FILADELFIA – Here is the reality about the dominant offensive of New Orleans Saints – the teams usually can not stop them. They can only expect to have them.
Few people did it.
Now, the Eagles (4-5) are desperately in need of a win and go to Big Easy on Sunday with a struck defense, especially in the secondary, as they try to defend one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL history at Drew Brees.
The Eagles have one of the best NFL defenses, although this will be the most difficult test.
After all, the Saints (8-1) scored at least 40 points five times and they are cleared of the Bengals, a possible playoff team, surpassing 51-14 and causing the firing of the Cincinnati defensive coordinator.
Eagles' defensive coordinator, Jim Schwartz, probably would not be fired at a loss this week, but it would surely not help his job security.
So what can eagles do?
If someone knows the Saints, it is the safety of Malcolm Jenkins, who won a Super Bowl with New Orleans as a rookie in 2009. Here is what he had to say about this confrontation.