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New Orleans Saints Remain Unbeaten Thanks to the Mistakes made by Miami

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Monday, 26 October 2009 20:41

New Orleans Saints Remain UnbeatenNew Orleans Saints (6-0) remain unbeaten thanks to the mistakes made by Miami yesterday in what has been one of the best games of the season.

Drew Brees and the offense number 1 in the league came to the Land Shark Stadium remain until the second half when he showed up.
The first 2 quarters of play the QB of New Orleans was successfully nullified by the Dolphins' defense to be intercepted on 2 occasions and captured at 3.

"Everything had to have gone wrong went wrong," Brees said, "The turnovers, penalties, everything. It gave us an opportunity. "

After seeing the Dolphins drown their air attack with a combination of shots and coverage areas, the Saints turned to the TE Jeremy Shockey. Drew Brees focused on Shockey's fight with Yeremiah Bell.

Often encountered by the center Shockey, Brees eventually diverted attention from the coverage of Miami's defensive opening more receptors on the field to Marques Colston and Devery Henderson.

$1 Million Free NFL Contest The New Orleans' passing game has been praised for his versatility and depth, and it was those factors which helped the Saints to beat a defense that seemed to have the answers to their tactics of attack.


The Miami Dolphins (2-4) once again found a way to dominate their opponents for large periods of the game and lose in the end.

By Week 8, the Saints will be visiting the Lucas Oil Stadium for the Indianapolis Colts in what will be the game of the week in a matchup of unbeatens, while the Dolphins will stay in Florida to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that have won this season.

 
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