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The New Orleans Saints are coming off three straight road games White Alvin Kamara Jersey , returning to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this Sunday to host the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Saints went 2-1 in those contests, despite some offensive inconsistencies that caused them to average less than 17 points during that three game stretch. A primary reason that they pulled off those two wins was because of the standout play of their defense. The 12-2 Saints have not allowed an opponent to score more than 17 points in the last six games, and have held 9 of their 14 opponents to 20 points or less. New Orleans ranks 11th in total defense, surrendering 342 yards per game, and they have forced 17 turnovers in their last eight contests. They now face one of the league's most dangerous offenses in the 8-5-1 Steelers, who are fighting for a playoff berth. Pittsburgh ranks 4th in total offense, averaging 406 yards and 27.4 points per game. Their offense is littered with Pro Bowl caliber players, and two potential Hall of Famers, capable of putting up points on any defense they face. Let's have a look at how the underrated New Orleans defense matches up against one of the league's most potent offenses. SAINTS PASS DEFENSE vs. STEELERS PASS OFFENSE Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY SportsNew Orleans’ pass defense has rebounded from early season breakdowns to hold their last two opponents to less than 175 yards passing and five of their last six foes to less than 210 yards through the air. The Saints still rank only 28th against the pass, but have created turnovers and disruption, while able to come up with crucial plays at big moments. The disruption starts up front, where a talented defensive line has been a key to 45 sacks. All-Pro defensive end Cameron Jordan leads the Saints with 12 sacks and 18 quarterback hits, continuing to show that he's one of the best all-around edge defenders in the NFL. Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins has been a force inside, adding 8 sacks and 15 quarterback hits, showing exactly why the team selected him in the first round of the 2016 draft. Jordan and Rankins have been nearly unblockable at times, and have been well complimented by other members of a deep line. Rookie first rounder Marcus Davenport and Alex Okafor have combined for 8 sacks from the other defensive end position, tackle David Onyemata has contributed 4 sacks of his own, and the entire line has managed to apply consistent pressure on opposing quarterbacks. The Saints’ linebackers are effective blitzers, and have added 8 more sacks, but have taken on an even bigger role in pass coverage. Demario Davis, Alex Anzalone Alvin Kamara Jersey 2019 , and A.J. Klein are a versatile and athletic group that have been able to eliminate opposing tight ends and running backs from being effective as receivers. The Saints have rebounded from early season coverage woes and been able to eliminate big plays against them, matching up with some of the NFL's better receivers. An October trade for cornerback Eli Apple gave New Orleans a formidable coverage combination, along with Marshon Lattimore, to hold up against nearly every receiving corps they face. The two have combined for 4 of the team's 12 interceptions. More importantly than that, they have been able to take on man coverage duties and hold up well enough to allow coordinator Dennis Allen to employ more aggressive defensive packages. The defense has also gotten solid safety play of late from Vonn Bell and Marcus Williams, who have provided good deep coverage and have the athleticism to make plays all over the field. Cornerback P.J. Williams has seen less snaps since the acquisition of Apple, but has given the defense capable coverage from the slot, something that will be key against a deep Pittsburgh receiving corps. Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty ImagesPittsburgh's 3rd ranked passing attack averages 310 yards per game, and has the most passing attempts in the league. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has completed 67% of his passes and thrown 30 touchdowns, but has also thrown 15 interceptions, many late in games or at crippling moments. Roethlisberger is no longer as mobile as he once was, but still can escape the rush well, and is protected by one of the better offensive lines in the league. He has been sacked just 20 times, and has often been given the time to distribute the ball to one of the NFL's most talented receiving units. Perennial pro bowler Antonio Brown has had another good statistical year, catching 90 passes for 1,112 yards and 13 touchdowns. Brown has the ability to beat a secondary at every level, and is the offense's focal point. He has been complimented by the talents of second year wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster, who leads the team with 95 receptions for 1,274 yards, six scores, and seven games of over 100 yards. Smith-Schuster may miss this game though New Orleans Saints Malcom Brown Jersey , due to a groin injury sustained in practice. The Steelers have good depth at the position that can threaten defenses though, with rookie James Washington, slot threat Ryan Switzer, and deep threat Eli Rogers. Tight end Vance McDonald has emerged as a big play threat for Pittsburgh's offense, catching 46 balls for 522 yards and 4 touchdowns, and has been able to stretch defenses down the middle of the field. Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports~ Matchup to Watch: Marshon Lattimore/Eli Apple vs. Antonio Brown ~The likely absence of Smith-Schuster will mean an even heavier reliance on Brown, often a focus of defenses anyway. The Saints will try to match Lattimore or Apple on him whenever possible, with the expectation that the other defensive backs can win their match ups with the Steeler threats. Roethlisberger has a tendency to force the ball to Brown even when tightly covered, so the New Orleans secondary will have opportunities to make big plays. SAINTS RUN DEFENSE vs. STEELERS RUN OFFENSE Chuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsThe Saints run defense has been dominant, ranking first in the league, surrendering only 75 yards per game, and allowing just 3.7 yards per carry. An underrated front seven has ravaged the line of scrimmage and made every opponent one dimensional, giving easy opportunity for their pass rush. Linebacker Demario Davis leads the team with 103 tackles, and is a fierce sideline to sideline defender. He, Anzalone, and Klein have shut down plays in the gap, routinely making plays in the opposing backfields. The Saints defensive line has been able to wreck offensive lines. Defensive tackles Rankins, Taylor Stallworth, Onyemata and Tyeler Davison have gotten penetration off the snap, while ends Cam Jordan and Okafor have crashed inside to eliminate cutback lanes. New Orleans’ secondary provides solid run support, and outstanding team defense have completely shut down big-time backs like Todd Gurley New Orleans Saints Benjamin Watson Jersey , Saquon Barkley, Ezekiel Elliott, and Christian McCaffrey. Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY SportsPittsburgh averages just 94 yards per game on the ground, ranking 30th. The Steelers have been without holdout running back Le'Veon Bell all season, but replacement James Conner was on his way to a 1,000 rushing season before being shelved with an ankle injury. The Steelers had gone four straight games rushing well under 100 yards before rookie Jaylen Samuels broke through for 142 yards in a victory over the New England Patriots last week. Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images~ Matchup to Watch: Saints defensive line vs. Steelers offensive line ~Pittsburgh has a Pro Bowl trio up front in guard David DeCastro, center Maurkice Pouncey, and left tackle Alejandro Villanueva, along with guard Ramon Foster, but New Orleans counters with All-Pro Jordan, Pro Bowl snub Rankins, and emerging star Davenport. Jordan will be matched up most often with Steelers right tackle Matt Feiler, a possible mismatch. Both lines present a major challenge to the other, with the winner likely able to dictate the balance of the game. WHAT TO LOOK FOR:Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty ImagesRoethlisberger is an old-fashioned gunslinger, able to make a back breaking big play, or crippling turnover at any time. Pittsburgh has turned the ball over 23 times this season, while New Orleans has forced multiple turnovers in six of their last eight contests. The Saints must shut down the Steelers running game early, likely forcing them into a pass heavy approach early on. If the Saints can hold up in coverage and get pressure up front, Roethlisberger often forces his passes to Brown in multiple coverage, sometimes leading to big mistakes in crucial moments. New Orleans has been outstanding with in-game adjustments, particularly to start the second halves of games. This defense has evolved into a championship caliber unit Womens Benjamin Watson 2019 Jersey , able to cover up for some of the team's offensive inconsistencies in the last month. They will be challenged by one of the AFC's best offenses, but the Saints have the defensive playmakers to make a statement throughout the NFL as the playoffs approach. Drew Brees used one hand to hold his helmet and the other to wipe away tears.It was the first time the 39-year-old Brees had ever walked off of a football field knowing that he had thrown for more yards than any quarterback in the history of the NFL. And the Saints quarterback couldn’t help but be overwhelmed by thoughts of all the work and people who helped him get to such an esteemed point.“I broke down and cried a bunch of times this week, just thinking about so many things,” Brees said after his latest NFL-record-setting performance in a 43-19 victory over the Washington Redskins on Monday night. “I think about all the people who have influenced my life in such a powerful way, and there were so many of those people that were here tonight, that witnessed this, so many people that I spoke to this week that are a part of this, and so many other still that I have yet to have a chance to reach out to.“Two of the people who had biggest influence on my football career certainly and on who I am, growing up, are my mom and my grandfather and they’re in heaven. They’re no longer here, but I know that they would be proud,” Brees added.The 6-foot Brees was lightly recruited out of high school in Austin, Texas, considered undersized for a quarterback at the major college and pro levels. He led Purdue to the Rose Bowl and was a Heisman Trophy finalist, but no NFL team picked him in the first round of the 2001 draft. Brees’ first team, the Chargers, discarded him after a shoulder injury in 2005, setting the stage for his arrival in New Orleans and his emergence as one of the most prolific quarterbacks ever.His latest outing would have been memorable even if no records were in play. He completed 26 of 29 passes for 363 yards and three TDs. His second touchdown was a 62-yarder to rookie Tre’Quan Smith that put Brees ahead of Peyton Manning’s previous all-time mark of 71,940 yards.Moments after that touchdown, the NFL halted the game for about three minutes so the ball could be handed over to Pro Football Hall of Fame officials. Brees was able to embrace his family and coach Sean Payton on the sideline.“It’s a beautiful thing, a beautiful experience for all of us Womens Malcom Brown 2019 Jersey ,” said Saint left tackle Terron Armstead, the first teammate to hug Brees after the record-setting completion to Smith. “The energy in the stadium at that time, I thought he was going to cry, really. He’s a tough dude, he probably didn’t want to show that side. But it was an amazing experience.”Some other things to know about the Saints’ victory over Washington:RISING ROOKIESmith is a third-round draft choice out of Central Florida who, in his fifth NFL game, became immortalized for his role in Brees’ record-breaking night.“Now I get to go down in history with somebody famous in (future) Hall of Famer Drew Brees,” Smith said. “I’m glad it happened to me.”And Brees is glad to see Smith emerging into the player he showed signs of becoming in training camp. Smith finished with three catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns.“This kid could really help us, could really be a big part of our offense,” Brees said.NON-STAR TREATMENTCornerback Josh Norman is supposed to be the centerpiece for a Redskins defense that had allowed the fewest passing yards in the NFL entering the game against the Saints, but he struggled just as much as the rest of the secondary as Drew Brees threw for 250 yards in the first half.Coach Jay Gruden even benched Norman for the first series of the second half, but the move backfired when his replacement, Greg Stroman, was beaten for an easy touchdown by Smith. Norman returned on the next series.INGRAM’S BACKMark Ingram wasted little time putting his imprint on his first game back from a four-game suspension for use of a banned substance. He scored two of the Saints first three touchdowns on short runs and finished with 53 yards rushing and 20 receiving.“Just an exciting moment just being back with my teammates,” Ingram said. “Just a lot of pent-up emotion, being away from my guys, being able to come back out here. I don’t take anything about this game for granted.”PETERING OUTVeteran running back Adrian Peterson was looking resurgent coming into a game against the team that traded him away early last season.He left the Superdome with a shoulder strain and was scheduled for an MRI.Before his injury, Peterson gained 36 yards on two catches out of the backfield, but had only 6 yards rushing on four carries.___
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