Dennis Allen has always wanted a defense that is hard to read.
He doesn't want a quarterback to quickly scan the field and identify who is dropping and who is rushing. He doesn't want someone to know which safety is playing high or low. Allen wants to create chaos like he always does, but sometimes the personnel dictates the action.
This year, though, the Saints defensive coordinator sees a lot of ways to make life difficult on opposing quarterbacks. And you can tell he's excited to start deploying players in various ways.
The Saints’ win over the Bucs in Week 9 might have been the most impressive moment of the NFL season. With their new quarterback and additional weapons, Tampa Bay was supposed to steal the NFC South, dominate its opposition, and claim the Super Bowl. The last part of that equation is still alive, and it […]
We waited all year to see the New Orleans offense. Hope existed that there was something more than what we were seeing. So many players were missing, in and out of the lineup. Health and chemistry had to be the fix. But it turns out the cloud of uncertainty, which became occupied with wonder and […]