Watching Drew Brees knock me out of a playoff semifinal (at least I didn't make a bad choice; my alternative was Cam Newton), I was reminded that we often see that Brees is a lot better at home than on the road. Not just Brees; the entire Saints offense tends to be better at home.
But what about Alvin Kamara? He scored last night, and I remembered his huge performance at MetLife against the Giants earlier in the season. I wondered if Kamara was similarly afflicted as the rest of the Saints offense.
The Saints have played six home games, and Kamara has scored 7 of his TDs there. They've played eight road games, and he's scored 9 total TDs in those contests. Not much difference.
But when it comes to yardage, both rushing and receiving, and receptions, he's been a little bit better on the road this season.
|KAMARA AT HOME|
|KAMARA ON THE ROAD|
New Orleans, of course, might not play on the road again all season. But if they do have to -- they could certainly lose to Pittsburgh this week -- maybe you worry a little about Brees and the passing game. But no need to worry about Kamara.