Heading into a crucial NFC matchup with the Chicago Bears, the New Orleans Saints unusually bring more than their high-flying offense to Soldier Field. They have the 6th ranked defense and are looking to continue a trend Saints fans are still adjusting to: bringing consistent pressure in their opponents' backfield. Already with 12 sacks on the season, here's how the Saints front four is getting to the quarterback.
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Saints Beat Dolphins 38-17 on MNF: Your Aftermath Headquarters
Everything you need to know as the New Orleans Saints square off against the Miami Dolphins on ESPN's Monday Night Football in a battle of undefeated teams.
The New Orleans Saints strengthened their position as the undisputed leaders of the NFC South when they sent the Dolphins packing with their first loss. Who are the best and worst in the NFL; and how do the Saints match up against the competition?
The Saints' offensive line isn't playing well? Doesn't matter. Brees is still getting the ball to his playmakers and the offense is still scoring points.
With the Saints running game ranked 24th in the NFL, could undrafted rookie Khiry Robinson come out of nowhere to be the next starting running back in New Orleans? As the film shows, albeit in limited action, Robinson has been very effective.
The Miami Dolphins were looking for a new QB in the 2006 offseason, with two potentially franchise changing options. In 2013, with the Dolphins playing the New Orleans Saints this week, choosing Daunte Culpepper over Drew Brees is again in the news.