Coach Hank Stram on Saints Victory Against Bengals
Place Covered: New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
Copyright Holder: Louisiana Department of State
Date Issued: Circa 1978
Subjects: Stram, Henry Louis "Hank," 1923- 2005 | Pollard, Robert Lee, 1948- | Moore, Derland Paul, 1951- | Howfield, Robert Michael "Bobby," 1936 | NEW ORLEANS SAINTS | Grooms, Elois T., 1953- | Price, Elex Drummond, 1950- | Anderson, Kenneth Allan "Ken," 1949- | Cincinnati Bengals
- Stram, Hank Interviewee
Interview New Orleans Saints Coach Hank Stram on a recent victory against the Cincinnati Bengals. He mentions that the team could have been discouraged from bad plays during the first half, but forcing the Bengals to kick a field goal after running 97 yards changed the momentum. He mentions Kenny Anderson's skill, and praises his defensive team and front 4, Derlan Moore and Elex Price on the inside, along with Elois Grooms and Bobby Pollard on outside. He states that his front four kept consistent pressure on Anderson, forcing him to hurry his throws. He states that he didn't think the Saints could play conservatively against the Bengals and win. He then mentions new acquisition, Bobby Howfield, winning the game in terms of points.