The last quarterback the NFL's lowest-ranked defense should want to face next?
But if the New Orleans Saints are going to rise from the league basement, finding a way to stymie the NFL's reigning Most Valuable Player is a must in Sunday's game at Green Bay (4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, FOX).
Among the biggest reasons for the Saints' 0-3 start is a defense bombing on all levels. New Orleans has allowed at least 27 points in all three outings. The opposition is clocking an average possession time of 35:25, limiting the chances for the Saints' normally high-powered offense to get in sync.
The unit hit rock bottom in last Sunday's 27-24 overtime loss to visiting Kansas City. The Saints squandered an 18-point second-half lead as Jamaal Charles rushed for a staggering 233 yards and added 55 more yards on another six catches.
If Charles invoked memories of Jim Brown, there's a reason. That Hall of Fame running back is the only other player who has ever achieved such a statisti...