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Since Week 7 of the 2006 season, the Saints' last bye-week, the team has gone 6-9.

Ofensive Yards Rushing Passing Defensive Yards Rushing Rushing Points Points Against 3rd Downs 3rd Downs Against Sacks Sacks Allowed Turnover Diff
Baltimore 403 35 368 293 137 156 22 35 43 57 1 2 -4
at Tampa 363 49 314 226 68 158 31 14 53 29 4 0 1
at Pitt 513 120 393 467 217 250 31 38 63 58 2 1 -3
Cincy 595 91 504 385 119 266 16 31 50 58 1 2 -3
at Atlanta 427 95 332 333 281 52 31 13 46 27 3 2 0
SF 375 190 185 202 57 145 34 10 50 27 4 1 3
at Dallas 536 159 377 347 116 231 42 17 60 13 2 1 2
Was 270 71 199 354 161 193 10 16 47 38 1 2 -1
at NYG 359 236 123 142 83 59 30 7 25 0 2 1 3
Car 297 61 236 313 207 106 21 31 40 33 0 5 -2
Phi 435 208 227 355 123 232 27 24 46 38 1 3 -1
at Chicago 375 56 375 340 196 144 14 39 38 19 0 3 -4
at Indy 293 106 187 452 164 288 10 41 40 36 0 1 -2
at Tampa 343 99 244 330 87 243 14 31 44 45 0 2 -2
Tenn 252 34 218 284 98 186 14 31 58 45 0 1 -4
Average 389.1 107.3 285.5 321.5 140.9 180.6 23.1 25.2 46.9 34.9 1.4 1.8 -1.1

Between the two byes, the average Saints game was a 25-23 defeat in which the Saints outgained their opponent, but had negative turnover and sack differentials. Perhaps most disappointing, the opponents' numbers are clearly trending upwards, while the Saints' are trending downwards.