The Saints almost always find a way to get where they need to go, but faster isn’t always better.
Few things have ever appeared more unstoppable than the Saints' two-minute offense when everything is clicking. Brees has everything running smooth, receivers are coming open all over the field, and the yards start flowing. Everything looks so easy and natural that in those moments, it's hard not to wonder why New Orleans doesn't operate from this package more often. So, why don't they? There are various answers, but first, a quick comparison showing how deadly this offense can look.
Everyone has a Sean Payton story. From his game-day antics, which have been caught on camera more than once, to his legendary motivational tactics, which might include wheeling in loads of cash to put on display, there are plenty of stories to tell. And those in the know swear we only know the half of […]
Notes and observations after breaking down Sunday’s 27-24 win over the Carolina Panthers. GARDNER-JOHNSON’S ISSUES IN COVERAGE The Panthers had a clear plan to attack the slot and take advantage of the matchup against Chauncey-Gardner Johnson. The safety ended up paired up one-on-one with Robby Anderson a handful of times and gave up four […]