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With “Bounty Gate” past them, and Sean Payton back as head coach, the New Orleans Saints are 2-0. More importantly, the team’s defense has shown vast improvements, especially in the passing game. Through two games the Saints have compiled four sacks, two interceptions, and have forced three fumbles with two of them being recovered. The […]
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