Morstead didn’t punt a single time against the Bills.
The Saints got their seventh straight win on Sunday over the Bills in Buffalo. They did it without punting the ball a single time.
Punter Thomas Morstead wasn’t upset about not getting any work.
Huge TEAM win!— Thomas Morstead (@thomasmorstead) November 12, 2017
Went ahead and added myself to today's INACTIVE list...#LifeAsTheSaintsPunter #WHODAT#SAINTS pic.twitter.com/eBVAHTOHkZ
Drew Brees doesn’t belong on the inactives list, but he had an uncharacteristically quiet game, too. He finished 18-of-25 for 187 yards and no touchdowns.
The Saints ran away with this one, literally. They put up 298 yards and six touchdowns on the ground. They did it against a rushing defense that went into Week 10 ranked No. 8 in the league after allowing 94.4 yards per game. And the Saints defense allowed the Bills just 10 points. Buffalo never stood a chance.
If the Saints keep running the ball like this, Morstead may not get many punting opportunities for the rest of the season.