Saints vs. Seahawks: The Game Within the Game for the Saints (Bayou Buzz)

When two teams the caliber of the New Orleans Saints (9-2) and Seattle Seahawks (10-1) compete, as they will on Monday Night Football, the results usually come down to something as simple as execution (as does most things in life for that matter). Both teams are stocked plentiful with talent, and both coaching staffs are among the very best in the business.

When you formulate your personnel groupings, determine your matchups (and keys) and design your pressure—or protection—do you actually have the ability to follow through?

New Orleans has its hands full with the versatility of Seattle’s offense and defense.


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