NFC South Teams 0-1 In Week 1; Scouting New Orleans Saints Week 2

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The Saints defense will need to make some serious adjustments in tackling and run defense. 

Bears runnign back Matt Forte gashed the Falcons on an electric 56 yard touchdown run.

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has something to prove after being called soft last year and the Saints defense will need to apply pressure often. 

In the past, Cutler began to make mistakes when pressured and frustrated (you can always tell by his constant spitting). 

The Saints will need to do a better job getting pressure than they did against the Green Bay Packers. 

New Orleans secondary will also need to make serious changes.  Bears receiver Roy Williams showed he can still have a good performance.  Receiver Johnny Knox cannot be overlooked either.

Saints fans are licking their chops because the Bears will have to play the Saints at home in the Superdome. 

Who Dat Nation is looking for revenge, after not only the 2007 NFC Championship loss to the Bears, but the alleged horrid treatment of Saints fans in Chicago.

Urban legends of batteries being stuffed into snowballs and thrown at opposing fans by Bears fans are being spun like a good Brothers Grimm story. 

No matter what is said, the hype leading to this game has a championship feel to it as well as a good old fashioned grudge match.  The Saints will face off with the Bears Sunday, September 18th at 12:00 p.m. (CT).

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