New Orleans Saints Defeat Jacksonville Jaguars 23-10

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The defense had issues generating pressure but their run defense kept Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew to 84 yards rushing.  Jones-Drew was expected to be a weapon against the Saints but never got up to speed.

If the Saints front seven can generate more pressure in tandem with the secondary, then we’ll probably see more interceptions or sacks, one of the two.  I’m crossing my fingers for both.

The Saints will travel to face the Carolina Panthers next Sunday at 12:00 p.m. CT.  They will see a familiar face in TE Jeremy Shockey who they released in the offseason.

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Topics: Blaine Gabbert, Carolina Panthers, Darren Sproles, Drew Brees, Jabari Greer, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jed Collins, Jeremy Shockey, Jimmy Graham, John Kasay, Mark Ingram, Maurice Jones-Drew, New Orleans Saints, Patrick Robinson, Pierre Thomas, Pro Bowl, Robert Meachem, Roman Harper, Sean Payton, Tracy Porter, Will Smith

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