Unbalanced offensive lines, the art of stealing a play and how the Saints are creating easy touchdowns

The Saints know how to make teams pay when they’re not balanced against unbalanced offensive lines.

This team will study those tendencies, see how a team defends against those looks, and then exploit the weaknesses. We aren’t going to start making accusations, and nothing can get proven for sure, but there are a handful of plays where if you look back through the defense’s prior opponents, you might see a similar look run against another team. So, if someone caught you slipping before, New Orleans is going to help you fall.

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