The New Orleans Rams have just released their official opening day schedule.
And as the schedule makes clear, it is going to be one hell of a roller coaster ride.
In the first quarter, we’re going to find out how the Saints are performing against the best teams in the league.
And it’s going to reveal a lot about how much of a difference the Saints’ offense and defense have made.
The schedule also confirms that the Saints have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL.
The Saints have allowed just two sacks through the first six games, and only two have come on the first drive of a game.
On the other hand, the Saints defensive line has been pretty solid against the run.
So far, they have a league-high three sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
The defensive line is going in on the Saints starting QB, but it’s not a one-man show for New Orleans.
The Rams have also taken care of the running game.
Rookie RB Todd Gurley has carried the ball 22 times for a team-leading 15 TDs, while RB Devonta Freeman is second on the team with 10.
They are averaging 5.4 yards per carry.
They have also held their opponents to a 5.7 yard per carry average.
So far, this is a pretty good first half for the Saints.
The offense is having a good first drive, and then the defense is holding their own.
New Orleans has two TDs through the second half, and they have an overall average of 6.5 yards per play.
The defense has a 3.9 yard per play average.
But it is not the best first half by any means.
They rank 27th in the entire NFL in first downs allowed, and 22nd in yards allowed per play allowed.
The offense has been very solid through the early part of the season.
The offensive line has had their struggles in games against the Rams, but they have been great against other teams, including opponents with good defenses.
The secondary has had a little trouble against teams like the Colts, but this is still an offensive line that is getting good reps.
And the run game is also playing well.
New York has been good against the pass, with a 7.9 yards per attempt average.
The Jets have been bad, with just a 5 yards per rush average.
So the Saints offensive line is getting a lot of work, but the running backs are getting a little bit of a break, and that is going a long way in this game.
On defense, the Rams have been one of those teams that have struggled in games they’ve played, but have been very good in games where they have played.
They haven’t played particularly well against teams with good pass rush, but against teams that are good at limiting runs, they are pretty good.
And they have held teams to a sub-5 yard per rush pace.
And even when they’ve faced teams with more than that, they’ve been able to shut down those teams.
They have held opponents to an average of 2.3 yards per run play, but those teams have been good at stopping the run, too.
The Vikings have allowed an average 7.6 yards per game on runs of 30 yards or more, and the Colts have allowed a little more than 3 yards per rushing play.
And finally, the defense has had trouble getting in the way of the offense.
New England has been great at stopping runs, and New Orleans is also very good at slowing them down.
The only other team to allow an average over 2.0 yards per offensive play has been Seattle.
And Seattle has been able do that because of a great pass rush and two great corners.
They allow 3.7 yards per pass attempt, but that’s against teams at least in the top half of the league at allowing more than 4.0 per attempt.
The first half is going pretty well for New York.
The run game has been going well for the offense, and teams have had trouble stopping them, but when they are running the ball, they’re having success.
The pass rush has been really good for New England.
They’ve allowed a total of just three QB hits through the opening half.
And of those three hits, two of them have come from receivers.
The other one came from rookie QB Jake Rudock, who threw for 317 yards and three TDs against the Colts.
And that’s pretty good, given how the defense struggled against the Titans.
Now the Rams defense has some issues as well.
They give up 4.5 sacks per game, but if you want to talk about the top three in the conference, they give up just 3.3.
They also allow 4.3 QB pressures per game.
That would put them in the middle of the pack.
And while that is good, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the defense will have to be dominant in