3 things the New Orleans Saints need to improve on in Week 4

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Teddy Bridgewater

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The New Orleans Saints, who moved to 2-1 with the win, could certainly improve in many areas after their narrow Week 3 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

If you take out the few unconventional scores, the New Orleans Saints lose their Week 3 matchup. However, that’s just not how the game went down, and the Saints eventually did come out on top, defeating the undefeated Seahawks by six.

After being up 20-7 at the half, the Saints eventually were outscored in the game’s final two quarters. They still managed to win 33-27. This was their second gritty win of the season after beating Houston by just two points in Week 1.

This past Sunday, the Saints were carried on the back of Alvin Kamara. The third-year back was absolutely electric. He totaled over 150 all-purpose yards, 69 through the ground and another 92 through the air.

In an attempt to get back into the game, Russell Wilson threw a career-high 50 passes and neared a career-high with 408 passing yards, over 150 of which were given to Tyler Lockett. The Seahawks’ offense did manage 27 points while New Orleans’ offense scored just 20.

The Saints still won the game though, pushing them to the top of the division. However, they’ll need to improve a few things if they wish to down yet another undefeated team in Dallas. That said, let’s dive into what the team can improve on in Week 4.

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