Sports Writing, September 27 (EFE) .- Tackle Ryan Ramczyk, a two-time New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl selection, said Tuesday that this Sunday’s game against the Vikings at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London should serve to bring the players together in your team.
“This game in London will allow us to be closer to each teammate, it will serve to create a more intimate bond that will ultimately make the team work better,” Ramczyk said of the match that corresponds to the week of fourth of the 2022. NFL season.
The game against the Vikings in London will be the first of five international games the league has scheduled for this season outside the United States. Three will be in England, one in Germany and one in Mexico.
Saints have won one match and lost two.
“We’re here to improve. We’ve got the right mindset, the right guys on the team, all with a lot of character on and off the field, so we can make it work,” Ramczyk said.
The Saints arrived in London on Monday and the Vikings will do so this Friday.
Like Ryan Ramczyk, three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Mark Ingram said he’s confident New Orleans will deliver a better version of the team after reuniting after last Sunday’s 22-14 loss to the Panthers.
“Obviously Sunday was tough. But we’re here to get better and only get better. We watched game film, we had a great team meeting. Nobody has sensitive skin, everybody gets responsibility for the situation,” Ingram said.
Sunday will be the New Orleans Saints’ third game in London, albeit their first at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The team has played twice at Wembley Stadium. In 2008 they beat the Chargers 37-32 and in 2017 the Dolphins 20-0.
In addition to this game, London will host this week five Giants-Packers game on October 9, also at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The Broncos and Jaguars will meet at Wembley Stadium to play the match corresponding to week eight on October 30.
The international series will be completed with the clash between the Seahawks and the Buccaneers at the Allianz Arena in Munich. That engagement is in Week 10. And the 49ers will also meet the Cardinals in Week 11 on Nov. 21 at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.
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