It has not been an easy start for the Saints, but their interim head coach thinks things are about to get a lot better.
Aaron Kromer believes his team is on the verge of busting out after an 0-4 start that some have attributed to the hangover from the tumultuous offseason that left Kromer in charge of the team. If that was the case, Kromer thinks that it is all in the past.
“We’re so much better now than we were Week One and Two. We’re not the same team, and we’re getting to that point, we’re ready to bust out at any time now, and that’s exactly what I told the guys,” Kromer said on WWL in New Orleans, via SportsRadioInterviews.com “If they can’t sense it, then they’re blind — they’re not paying attention — because we’re a way different team, a way more intense, attacking football team than we were in Week One and Week Two. And we just need to convert that to a win.”
The Saints played their best offensive game of the year at Green Bay in Week Four, but it still wasn’t enough to get them a win. Until they get better work from the defense, there probably won’t be many more wins either. The unit looked like it was going to be a problem regardless of who was filling the head coaching role and that’s just what it has proven to be through the first four games.