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By Bob Rose | Saints News Network | SI

Bresee, who turns 22 on October 6, has made arguably the biggest impact among the new faces. He's played just under 50% of the team's defensive snaps, 124 total plays, but is already showing the traits of a consistent playmaker.

Bresee has 1.5 sacks, four QB hits, six pressures, three tackles for loss, and one pass batted down. He's had another two sacks, including a forced fumble, nullified by penalty. He currently ranks second on the team in sacks, QB hits, and stops for loss.

Over the last two games, the New Orleans pass rush has been relatively ineffective. Bresee has been the exception, recording a sack an four pressures over that span. With each game, he's been more disruptive as a run defender and a pass rusher.

At 6'5" and 305-Lbs., Bresee has impressive power. He not only holds his own against double teams, but has shown the strength to still push into opposing backfields or close off running lanes. ..

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