Jordan Poyer will have 8+ tackles again while adding an interception
Russel Willson has played better this season under new head coach Sean Payton, but Jordon Poyer will get one against him on Monday night. It would be Poyer's first interception of the year and much needed from this defense that has been decimated by injuries. Early in the season, fans were already throwing in the towel on Poyer, saying he's no good, he's lost a step and can't get it done.
All he's done over the last three games is record eight or more tackles, including 11 last week and a tackle for a loss. Poyer remains one of the leaders of this team and is another vital piece to this defense, particularly right now, when the team needs defensive players to step up in the absence of so many injured players.