On Sunday afternoon in Buffalo, New York, the New Orleans Saints offense will face a different defense than they've seen the past two weeks. They'll see a defense that relies a lot on speed and physicality, keeps their package relatively simple—although not as simple as their offense—and just flat-out executes. Of course the Saints offense is a model of precision and execution. They too rely more on execution than flare. They are a complicated offense and much of the time creative, but the plan week-to-week is never tremendously different. Teams like New England, Denver, and the New York Jets are all gameplan teams. The Saints are a "here's what we do, try and stop us" kind of team. And so is Buffalo, on both sides of the ball. But that doesn't mean Sean Payton and Pete Carmich ...
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