Saints vs. Bills 2013: Teammates of the Week

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sport

The Saints were able to take care of business Sunday, beating the Bills 35-17. But who won it for the Saints: the offense, defense or special teams?

It took a total team effort for the Saints to take down the Bills Sunday, but which unit was most responsible for the Saints win over the Bills?

For the next few weeks we'll be tasked with choosing which Saints players are most deserving of being called Teammates of the Week. It will be up to you guys each week to vote for those you think should get most of the credit.

This week we know it wasn't special teams, thanks to Garrett Hartley's two missed field goals. That's six points left off the board.

The offense got off to a slow start but kicked it into gear in the second half, with Drew Brees throwing five touchdowns and putting the game out of reach.

Meanwhile, Rob Ryan's defense held the opponent to under 20 points once again and added three turnovers. David Hawthorne set the tone of the game with his ball-jarring hit on Thad Lewis for the first play of the game.

So which unit was most responsible for the Saints win over the Bills?

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