This article makes me feel sick, because I must be kind to the saints, but Fontenot is qualified to be the next general manager of the Falcon. Rumors are circulating in the national media that Fonteno will be paired with Joe Brady, This is a duet that I can convince myself. Some background on Fontenot:
Fontenot has been serving AINTS for more than 18 years, and this is undoubtedly their best year. During this period, he has been involved as a scout and player personnel.
Although the salary cap in New Orleans in 2021is actually a garbage fire, Fontenot is mainly responsible for player evaluation and scouts for professional players and future opponents (he is very good at).
It is worth noting that Fontenot wears many hats, mainly professional scouts. He values talent very much, and he has acquired players in positions that the Falcons often struggle with.
After looking for free agents, DeMario Davis left the Jets and even at the age of 32, he became one of the best Will Linebackers in the game. Fontenot also recently helped Emmanuel Sanders and Malcolm Jenkins get out of cheap warehouses.The Saints rarely hand bad contracts to free agents, and Falcons have multiple bad guys in the offseason.
Scout future opponents
Even if Drew Brees makes a full toast and Taysom Hill is very limited, New Orleans has found a way to win regular season games. They will work with Tampa Bay this weekend, but one of Fontenot’s jobs is to evaluate the talents of other teams. He did a great job. The Saints always seem to make a reliable game plan and make adjustments. Just as I played the Joker in New Orleans, they have been able to win the playoffs (they were eliminated) in each of the past three seasons. Most of this should be attributed to Sean Payton, but Fontenot has been doing this for 17 years. To say the least, adjustments and game plans in the first half of the year have been a problem for Atlanta in recent years.
Even as a gatekeeper in the NFL for 17 years, this is an impressive feat, especially for an organization. This will be Fontenot’s sixth year as Director of Pro Scouting. He has seen the best year of New Orleans football so far, and I would say that he participated in the inclusion of Drew Brees on the board, which was their only Lombard trophy 11 years ago. . Even though Joe Brady’s “readiness” is questionable, Fontenot understands the game from the inside out.
Compensation for choosing to go to New Orleans
New Orleans will hire minority candidates and will receive two third-round compensatory picks. I don’t know anything about the rules, and I hope they won’t use these picks to re-select two outstanding players. In any case, if you truly believe that Fontenot is that guy, you have to roll the dice.
The current salary cap status of the Saints
In case you missed our endless jokes on Twitter, the revenue of the Saints will be approximately $100 million higher than the 2021 cap-which means it will not fall. Drew Brees’ retirement will relieve some of the pressure, but they still have a lot of work to do. Alexander Kwon may need to be cut. I expect Mickey Loomis (Mickey Loomis) to do some magical things and control the situation, but it is still moving forward. I don’t have to say that this is what Fontenot did, but it is worth mentioning. In any case, I can’t blame a man for the price he paid to keep his best player and coexist with Drew Brees for the last time. In front of a team with extremely high salary levels like Atlanta, his task is difficult. I listed some attrition Give Fontenot some breathing room, but after the COVID-19 affected season, the capping situation will become confusing.
Bundled with fan base
I will briefly introduce this because it is much more important in theory than in practice, but if a guy from New Orleans who trades for Julio Jones has paid off in the first few seasons or took almost no action , Then fans will be excited that he comes from the Saints. Just say.
The Unknown Role of University Scouting
Look, the Saints have a good draft. The Falcons’ infamous 2017 NFL Draft is one of them. In a draft, Ryan Ramczyk, superstar RB Alvin Kamara, Trey Hendrickson, CB Marshon Lattimore’s reliable EDGE and safety Marcus Williams won the best solution for the perennial Pro Bowl, which is really impressive. Even in the recent draft, players like Erik McCoy and Cesar Ruiz have played well against New Orleans. Not to mention-Michael Thomas was selected in the second round of the 2016 draft, and one of the best left tackles in football by Terron Armstead was selected in 2013 In (third round), Cam Jordan was selected in 2011 (ranked 24th overall). New Orleans’ draft picks are important throughout the draft district.
Well, that makes me feel creepy. However, Fontenot is responsible for the acquisition of PRO talent. As a scout, I am sure he can help sign out college players. At present, I have no news that he played a huge role in this regard.