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    Looking to 2019, stingy Saints secondary knows what it must do to avoid another slow start

    By Nick Underhill | Advocate The Saints expected to have one of the best secondaries in the league. How could they expect anything different? Marshon Lattimore was coming off one of the best seasons in recent memory by a rookie cornerback, and safety Marcus Williams drew comparisons to Ed Reed...
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    Eli Apple isn’t the savior but something had to be done about the Saints’ shaky pass defense

    By Jeff Duncan | NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Something had to be done. Anyone who’s watched the New Orleans Saints this season knows they could not maintain the status quo defensively. Changes were not just needed. They were necessary. If the Saints want to make a Super Bowl run, they...
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    Saints secondary stepped up after Marshon Lattimore injury. 'We keep everybody ready'

    By Luke Johnson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune This had a chance to take a bad turn for the New Orleans Saints. Early in the first quarter, Marshon Lattimore and A.J. Klein converged on Washington receiver Maurice Harris. Harris ducked low to avoid the shot from Klein, and Lattimore's helmet...
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    How the highly-touted Saints secondary came back to earth

    By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer METAIRIE, La. -- The rise of the New Orleans Saints’ young secondary was one of the NFL’s most unlikely success stories last year. Their Week 1 crash-and-burn on Sunday was even more startling. Obviously they still have plenty of time to turn things...

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