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It’s often thought that younger is better in the NFL, with players putting up their best performances before the ravages of injuries and time hit and their peak athleticism begins to fade. But New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead is running against that trend. In fact, he’s having a career-best year in his eleventh NFL season, and at age 33.

To illustrate that point, Morstead saw a punt land in the opposing end zone for a touchback for the first time this season in Sunday’s game with the Carolina Panthers. It broke a streak of 41 punts without a touchback, which highlights just how accurate he’s been when the Saints are forced to give the ball away. Saints coach Sean Payton hates doing that, but when backed into a corner he can trust Morstead to put the other team in awful starting position.

His career average of 46.8 yards per punt ranks second-best among active players (trailing the Los Angeles Rams’ Johnny Hekker at 47.1) and third-best in NFL history (behind retired great Shane Lechler, at 47.6).

While his per-season average has dropped (see the chart below) to just 45.6, his accuracy has gone up, with 54.8% of his punts being downed inside the 20-yard line. That’s insanely good, even for his standards — Morstead’s previous career-high rate of punts landing inside the 20 was 43.3% in 2017. Expand that scope to the rest of the NFL and it’s the highest rate in the league, outpacing Baltimore Ravens living legend Sam Koch (who has put 12 of his 22 punts, 54.5%, inside the 20).

In other words, for the first time in his 11-year NFL career, Morstead’s rate of landing punts inside the opposing 20-yard line is higher than his average yards per punt.

The chart embedded below compares those two numbers year-by-year, with the gray line denoting Morstead’s average yards punt and the gold line highlighting the rate at which he put his punts inside the 20. It’s remarkable:

But let’s circle back to the present. Morstead has punted 42 times in New Orleans’ first 11 games, showing rare synergy with his coverage unit. Here’s what happened on each of those 42 punts:

16 fair catches called by opposing team return unit
16 returned by opponents, gaining 122 yards (7.6 yards per return)
5 downed by the Saints punt coverage unit
4 punts ruled out of bounds
1 punt ruled a touchback

That’s impressive any way you look at it. It also speaks to the quiet improvements the Saints have made on special teams after overhauling the staff and personnel this offseason; they hired a new coordinator in longtime Miami Dolphins coach Darren Rizzi, who brought in two new assistants with him in former Penn State coordinator Phil Galiano and returns coverage specialist Michael Wilhoite. The Saints also invested in core special teamers like Craig Robertson (who signed a two-year contract extension) while bringing in free agents such as Stephone Anthony and Johnson Bademosi during the season. Rookie returns specialist Deonte Harris has been outstanding when the Saints special teams have gotten to go on the offensive. Saints kicker Wil Lutz has won two games with last-second field goals after inking his own five-year contract extension.

Hopefully Morstead won’t have to punt many more times this season, but it’s reassuring to know that the ball is in good hands when his number is called. He’s already earned multiple Special Teams Player of the Week and Month awards this season, and he just might pocket a few more.

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The New Orleans Saints are coming off a historic Monday night when they defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 34-7. Drew Brees set the new all time touchdown record in the game, surpassing Peyton Manning’s mark of 539. Before today’s game Drew Brees currently sits at 541. In that game Drew Brees also set the new single-game high completion percentage, he was 29/30, completing 96.7% of his passes. The Saints can continue their historic performance because Drew Brees finished last week’s game with 22 straight completions, with 4 straight completions in todays game he will set a new NFL record for most consecutive completions (26). Michael Thomas can break the receptions record with 11 catches today he will surpass Marvin Harrisons 143 reception record.

They have a lot on the line, in order to get the first seed the Saints need to win out and get some help

Here is how the game unfolded as if you were there:

Saints win the toss and elect to defer to the second half. Saints defense gets back to back stops in the back field. Forces the Titans to go three-and-out after Tannehill gets stopped on an effect to scramble for the first.

Saints offense starts with an inside zone to Kamara and then a completion to Michael Thomas for a first down. On 1st and 10 Drew Brees is incomplete to Michael Thomas ending his streak with 23 straight completions. 3rd and 10 screen pass to Kamara is stopped in the backfield, Saints will punt.

Titans offense back onto the field, Corey Davis beats Eli Apple for a first down. Dion Lewis on a screen pass gains 19 yards, to the Saints 41. On play action Tannehill finds Jonnu Smith for a 41 yard touchdown, Saints blew coverage on the completion and followed that up with poor tackling after the catch.

NO: 0 – TEN: 7
Deonte Harris takes the kickoff to the Saints 43 yard line. Holding penalty against the Saints puts them into 2nd & 18. Drew Brees is sacked saints don’t convert on 3rd & 18 and will punt.

Tannehill finds Jonnu Smith again for a first down. On and end around to AJ Brown, he takes it to the crib for a 49 yard rushing touchdowns. Eli Apple is down on the field after the play. Saints defense missing assignments and tackles early and often.

NO: 0 – TEN: 14
Kamara takes a big hit on 1st & 10, lose 1. On 2nd & 11 Brees finds Cook for 7 yards. 3rd & 4 Brees finds Thomas for a 1st down. Josh Hill false start sets the Saints back to 1st & 15. Brees finds Thomas for a big gain of 19 yards. Taysom Hill checks in and keeps it on a read option for 7 yards, 3rd & 1 coming. Murray moves the chains to the TEN 32.

False start for the Saints to start the 2nd. Saints already have 4 penalties for 30 yards. Brees can’t connect with Cook but pass interference will give the Saints the first. Saints false start again, 1st & 15 on the TEN 20. Screen to Kamara for 7 yards, 3rd & 8. Brees is sacked by Casey, they’ll settle for a field Goal
NO: 3 – TEN: 14

Titans block in back on 1st down, they’ll back up to 1st & 15. Patrick Robinson is in for the injured Eli Apple. On 2nd & 11 Tannehill throws the ball away for his first incompletion of the game. Titans can’t convert on 3rd and 11, they’ll punt. Saints defense forces a 3-and-out.

Saints will start their drive on the TEN 45 yard line. Brees finds Thomas for 15 yards, move the chains. Josh Hill holds and will put them back to 1st & 20. Brees finds Thomas and Kamara to set up 3rd & 7. Brees finds Hogan but not enough for a first. They’ll punt the ball back to the Titans.

Tannehill is sacked by David Onyemata but hands to the face is called on the defensive tackle and wipes out the play. Titans will face a 3rd & 5 false starts sets them back 5 more yards 3rd & 10. Klein gets to Tannehill for a sack, Titans will be forced to punt.
Saints will start on the TEN 48 with 7:38 left in the half. Saints hold on 2nd down and will face 2nd & 20. Brees finds Murray out of the back field and get some back, 3rd & 13. Brees’s pass is short to Michael Thomas. Saints will punt again. Saints line up illegally for their 9th penalty.

Tannehill scrambles for 8 yards on 1st down. Dawkins is stopped short on 2nd down, Titans convert 3rd and 1 to Corey Davis. on 1st down Cam Jordan gets to Tannehill for a sack, (14.5 sacks for Cam). Dion Lewis rushes for 10 yards and face 3rd and 1. Demario Davis sacks Tannehill on 3rd and 1, there 4th sack of the game. Titans will punt back to the Saints with 2:45 left in the half.

Saints drive will start on their 38. Drew Brees finds Jared Cook for a 61 yard Touchdown! Blown coverage for the Titans, great block by Alvin Kamara down field. Cook finds the endzone on the first play of the drive.

On the kickoff Titans get to the 40 but holding pushes them back to their 8 yard line. On 3rd & 6 Titans convert. Two minute warning. Titans have 1st and 10 on their 24 yard line. CJ Garden-Johnson and PJ Williams are in at safety with Marcus Williams in the medical tent. Titans run three straight times to chew the clock, they don’t get the first, Titans will punt with 26 seconds let.

Saints take over with 18 seconds left in the half. Saints draw to Kamara to run out the time of the first half. Saints will receive the 2nd half kickoff.

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Thomas Morstead’s played several games where he’s felt under the weather.

He had a stomach bug that kept him out of a practice in Week 4 ahead of the Dallas Cowboys, and then battled what he called a “respiratory” issue for a brief while after that.

Playing in those two games don’t compare to the worst he’s felt.

During a preseason game in 2017, Morstead was throwing up on the sidelines because of an illness. He played through it, punting the ball eight times against the Houston Texans for an average of 45.4 yards per attempt. Two punts landed inside the 20.

“It sucks,” Morstead said of playing sick. “Your job is to get your body primed to be ready to play game time and you have a fever, and you’re dehydrated. When you’re dehydrated, you risk injury because of that dehydration, and also, it can set you back for weeks, because you kind of get behind the eight ball and you can’t catch up because you’re always depleting yourself. It’s just a really hard thing to deal with.”

Morstead’s far from the only NFL player who’s played while sick, either this season or in their careers.

Sitting out because of an illness is a rarity. Most players, because of the sport’s nature, do their best to suffer through it.

One notable illness absence was when New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold missed three weeks with mononucleosis earlier this year. According to ESPN, Darnold was one only two quarterbacks have been known to have mono during the season, joining former Oilers signal-caller Chris Chandler in 1995.

Additionally, the New England Patriots took two separate planes to Houston for their Week 13 game against the Texans after an illness swept through the locker room. Ten players showed up on the injury report with the flu. Only one of them was declared out before the game.

As for New Orleans players, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was under the weather during the preseason game against the Chargers. And several Saints, including tackle Terron Armstead, played while battling the flu against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 10. All of them played.

“The situation with being sick is a lot different than an injury or something that’s bothering you,” Armstead said.

When Armstead had the flu, he said he was out for the three practice days the Saints had. He said he didn’t see his teammates until Sunday morning.

He’d lost some weight, lost some sleep, and couldn’t prepare in the manner in which he’s used to.

During his 7-year NFL career, Armstead’s played in several games while feeling less than 100%. One game, he doesn’t remember the opponent, he had an upset stomach.

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New Orleans Saints defensive back J.T. Gray went to the locker room after blocking a punt on the Bears’ opening drive.

He spent most of the first quarter in the locker room before returning to the sideline. Gray finished out the first quarter riding a stationary bike.

It is not yet known what prompted his trip to the locker room.

Gray’s blocked punt led to the first score of the game for the Saints, a safety.

Gray, a second-year player out of Mississippi State, plays on special teams for the Saints, lining up on 60 to 80% of that unit’s plays so far this season.

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The Saints had a longer than usual injury report this week and have five players that are out for Monday night’s contest against the Colts.

LB Kiko Alonso, S Vonn Bell, G Andrus Peat along with CBs Patrick Robinson and Johnson Bademosi will not play. Bademosi is a new addition to the injury report. He mainly contributes on special teams and was listed with a foot injury for the first time on Saturday.

Meanwhile, LT Terron Armstead, DE Cam Jordan, TE Jared Cook, LB A.J. Klein, FB Zach Line and C/G Will Clapp all have no injury designation, which signals they are all good to go. Having Line’s blocking ability back is a big boost for the run game. He’s missed the past 3 games due to an issue with his knee.

Drew Brees remained a full participant at practice. There was some concern after the QB’s name showed up with a right elbow issue on Friday.

“We had to list it, because he has a band on his elbow,” explained head coach Sean Payton. “But, I think he’ll be fine.”

Brees got dinged up on the Saints final scoring drive against the 49ers. He looks to take over another one of Payton Manning’s records as he is 2 TD passes away from tying him for most in league history. New England’s Tom Brady is also in the mix.

Corner Kenny Moore II is the only players out for Indianapolis. CB Pierre Desir and WR T.Y. Hilton are questionable.

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You probably don’t know who Josh Hill is, even if you’re a diehard golf fan. But you will know him soon enough, because the 15-year-old amateur phenom is about to take the golf world by storm.

On Wednesday, Hill won the Abu Dhabi Amateur Championship, closing out the victory with a birdie on the final hole at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club. It’s quite the accomplishment for such a young player, and it comes with benefits. For his win, Hill earned a spot in the Abud Dhabi HSBC Championship on the European Tour in January.

But that’s only half the story. Believe it or not, Hill was already prepping to play a European Tour event next month.

The Dubai-born teenager shot a final-round 62 to win the Al Ain Open on the Mena Tour in late October, becoming the youngest-ever winner of an event recognized by the Official World Golf Ranking. That trumped the previous record-holder, Ryo Ishikawa, who was two months older than Hill when he won the 2007 Munsingwear Open KSB Cup.

Along with the trophy, Hill earned a spot in the European Tour’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic. That event will take place January 23-26, exactly one week after the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, which begins January 16. That means Hill will tee it up in back-to-back premier Euro Tour events before he would be legally allowed to drive in the United States.

Hill is no stranger to making headlines with his golf on the junior and amateur circuits. He won an incredible eight events in three months back in 2018 to win the Emirates Golf Federation Order of Merit.

But professional golf at the elite levels is an entirely different animal. It’s impossible to predict how any young phenom’s game will translate on the top Tours, so we’ll have to wait until January to see how he handles the big stage.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The national anthem has been a contentious topic for the NFL, but wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. made sure a young fan knew what to do during a recent performance.

The Cleveland native, who currently plays for the New Orleans Saints, was seen on television ahead of the Nov. 24 game against the Carolina Panthers coaching the fan by placing the right hand over the child’s heart instead of the left.

The video has since been shared on Facebook more than 10,000 times and has over 499,000 views.

Protests from NFL players during the national anthem started in 2016, but Commissioner Roger Goodell implemented policy requiring all team personnel to “stand and show respect for the flag” in 2018.

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ATLANTA – When Drew Brees was sidelined for five weeks earlier this season, the New Orleans Saints didn’t just lose their Hall of Fame quarterback.

They also had to tear a few pages out from the Taysom Hill section of their playbook.

The Saints had to cut back on a lot of things they love to do with Hill on both offense and special teams during that stretch, because they needed to keep him protected as the No. 2 quarterback behind Teddy Bridgewater.

But Hill was certainly back to his old do-everything ways on Thursday night — deflecting a punt on special teams, catching a 3-yard touchdown pass and scoring on a 30-yard run during the first half of New Orleans’ 26-18 win over the Atlanta Falcons.

“Look, I’m happy that Drew is back for multiple reasons,” Hill said. “I love playing with him, he’s one of the best leaders I’ve ever been around — and it also creates more opportunities for me.”

Saints coach Sean Payton and his staff had an entire offseason to come up with creative new ways to use the 6-foot-2, 221-pound Swiss Army knife after he broke out in a big way last year as a read-option quarterback/running back/receiver/tight end/kickoff returner/special teams monster.

So you know it was killing Payton to leave some of those ideas on the shelf for a while.

Because not only does Hill add a few innovative wrinkles to worry about, but he also provides a much-needed spark for his own team.

“I don’t know that there’s anyone that enjoys playing football more than him. And that kind of rubs off and is kind of contagious on his teammates. So when guys like him makes a play, you see the bench get excited,” Payton said. “He’s neat to coach. … There aren’t many guys like him. The first one I’ve ever coached like him. So while he’s developing as a quarterback, there’s a lot of places he’s playing.

“And I probably need to keep giving him the ball even more.”

It’s no coincidence Hill was such a big part of the game plan on Thursday night after the team spent the week preaching about the need to bring more “energy” into this game than it did in a stunning loss to the Falcons three weeks earlier.

Hill has a knack for the dramatic. He has four touchdown catches on just 13 total receptions this year (that’s more TDs than Odell Beckham Jr. and Davante Adams combined, as ESPN Stats & Information pointed out). And he now has one TD run.

Last year, including the playoffs, he scored three TDs. He also converted three fake punts and blocked a punt, among other game-changing plays.

“Look, I know what my role is on this team, and I’m happy with that,” said Hill, who began his career as an undrafted rookie with the Green Bay Packers in 2017 after thriving as a dual-threat quarterback at BYU. “I certainly have different goals and plans for the rest of my career. But I’m just happy to help our team win in any way that I can. So if I can step on the field eight to 10 or 15, 20 … whatever number that is, my goal is to add a spark whenever I can.

“I love being able to go in and add some energy.”

Hill’s touchdown run on Thursday night was a play that the Saints ran for the first time all year. And it worked brilliantly by creating confusion when Alvin Kamara motioned out of the backfield and lured two defenders away with him.

Hill now has 127 rushing yards (7.9 yards per carry), 114 receiving yards and 35 passing yards this season – though he is still looking for his first career TD pass after throwing his only attempt away on Thursday to avoid pressure.

“When you have guys like Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara, Jared Cook — the list goes on — it kind of creates opportunities for ‘little old me’ because there’s so much attention that’s put on those guys,” Hill said. “And Coach is one of the best at being creative and putting guys in positions to be successful. And I was lucky because I was that guy tonight.”

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Some of Taron Dickens’ earliest memories are of Traz Powell Stadium. Torrence Dickens, the freshman’s older brother, played at Northwestern earlier this decade and the quarterback grew up running around the field. He was indoctrinated into the Bulls way from a young age. He’s the nephew of Teddy Bridgewater and grew up idolizing the former Northwestern star.

The two quarterbacks have been close since Dickens was about 6. When he was young, Dickens went up to Kentucky a few times to watch Bridgewater play for the Louisville Cardinals. Now they text on a weekly — sometimes daily — basis, just talking about football like quarterbacks do. On the eve of Dickens’ first state-championship experience, he heard from one of the most successful quarterbacks in Bulls history.

“He told me what to do last night, motivated me, telling what they were going to do in the game,” Dickens said.

On Saturday (Dec. 14), Dickens did something Bridgewater never could in his three years at Northwestern’s starting quarterback. The freshman guided the Bulls to their Miami-Dade County-record seventh state title with a 34-17 win against Orlando Jones in Daytona Beach and he was more than just a game manager. Dickens went 18 of 24 for 234 yards and two touchdowns, including a 7-yard score to star wide receiver Romello Brinson with 3:12 left to seal the 34-17 win.

Jones was intent on stopping Northwestern’s ground game and it had some success early. Star running back Nathaniel Noel ran for just 32 yards on 11 carries in the first half. The Bulls (13-2) had to turn to Dickens earlier than they had hoped and he rose to the challenge. Dickens went 16 of 22 for 218 yards in the first half and threw a 17-yard touchdown to star wide receiver Marcus Fleming in the second quarter to help Northwestern go into halftime tied 14-14 at Daytona Stadium.

“We was trying to take it easy and try to make sure that we didn’t put too much on his shoulders early,” quarterbacks coach Jackson Dykes said, “but, like you said, they took away the run, so we had no choice but to put it on his back and he handled the situation great.”

Dykes never really had a moment he doubted his quarterback this season. Dickens had a reputation as a youth star before he even suited up for the Bulls. In sixth grade, Dickens guided Broward County to a Football University National Championship. Dykes quickly saw how hard the quarterback worked in the offseason, so he knew the Bulls would be able to trust him.

Although he began the season as Northwestern’s backup, Dickens quickly took over in an August win against Cardinal Gibbons and never relinquished command. He helped the Bulls beat Carol City the next week, then traveled to Bradenton the following week to face IMG Academy. The Bulls lost, but Ronald Delancy III knew then they would be fine.

The two grew up together and played Optimist Youth Football together. Delancy remembers the day Dickens showed up for his first practice and told the coaches he was the quarterback. The coaches decided to give him a shot and Dickens has been a starter ever since.

“It was IMG and he ain’t fold under pressure,” the star defensive back said. “He went out there with the same intensity he had in practice.”

Anytime he ran into challenges, Dickens had a professional he could lean on.

Bridgewater has had a busy season. He started five games early in the season for the New Orleans Saints, going 5-0 with Drew Brees injured. Bridgewater is never shy about how much he cares about the Bulls, though, and this year it meant squeezing in some Northwestern film study to go along with his NFL work.

“He always mentored me, texts me before the games,” Dickens said. “He’d be watching film, helping me out, taking care of me — all type of stuff.”

Bridgewater came down to Miami last month to watch the Bulls punch their ticket to the Class 5A championship. He watched from the sidelines at Traz as Dickens helped Northwestern beat Tampa Jesuit in the 5A semifinals.

After the game, Bridgewater shared one big piece of advice for Dickens: Stop forcing things. He reiterated it on the phone Friday when the two talked ahead of the game.

He never did force anything against the Tigers (13-2) on Saturday. Most of his throws were screens or curls and he checked out of at least one deep throw to scramble for a short gain in the red zone.

In 2008, Bridgewater was a first-year starting quarterback like Dickens, trying to lead the Bulls to a third straight state title. He took Northwestern all the way to Orlando and came up just short, blowing a 21-point lead to Sanford Seminole.

More than a decade later, he could live vicariously through his nephew.

“Wanna know how much I love my school? I cried knowing I couldn’t watch the game because we had practice,” Bridgewater wrote on Facebook shortly after the win. “Today those guys did something that we failed to do back in 08, completed the 3 PEAT!! Congrats to my boys man and thank you to everyone that played a role in making this season a special season!”

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Robert E. Whitney “Bob”, 101, of Weston, passed away on Monday, December 16, 2019.

He was born on December 5, 1918 in Toledo, Ohio to the late Herbert and Margaret (Johnson) Whitney. He married Cora (Weiker) Whitney on January 29, 1941 in Weston and they were married for 74 years before Cora passed away on February 25, 2015.

Bob is survived by his daughters: Phyllis (Bob) Morelan of Waterville, Joanne (John) McKenzie of Weston, Carol McKenzie of Weston and Robin (Luke Witte) Whitney of Weston; companion: Jane Platt; 9 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and 5 great-great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife Cora, daughter Ethel Leisure, granddaughter Jennifer Morelan, son-in-law Mike McKenzie and 2 infant sisters.

Bob was an amazing man that could make and fix anything. He was an inventor with a couple patents. Bob worked as a millwright for Chevrolet Motor Company before serving our country in the Unites States Navy. The ship he was stationed on carried aviation fuel in the South Pacific during World War II. After returning, he purchased land and started farming. He farmed his land for 73 years, until the age of 97. Bob enjoyed tinkering in the shop and taking fishing trips to Canada. He loved to travel, loved music and was a self-taught musician who could play a number of instruments. He will be dearly missed.

Visitation for Bob will be held on Thursday, December 19, 2019 from 3-7 p.m. in Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home, 1460 W. Wooster Street, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402.

Bob’s funeral service will be held on Friday, December 20, 2019 at 10 a.m. in the Weston Church of Christ, 13355 Center Street, Weston, Ohio 43569. Interment will immediately follow at the Weston Cemetery.

Memorial contribution in Bob’s honor may be gifted to Bridge Hospice Care Center.