BY JEFF NOWAK | Staff writer
You know the drill: Drew Brees drops back, looks downfield, waits, waits, pumps the ball, then checks it down to Alvin Kamara.
The broadcast didn't show the routes downfield, but someone had to be open, right? Cris Collinsworth said he had a chance. Why didn't he throw it?
Those are among the questions Saints fans and analysts have been attempting to answer after the trendy Super Bowl favorite stumbled to a 1-2 start with a glaring lack of downfield passing. Brees has only thrown three official passes targeting a player 20 or more yards downfield, completing one of them.
That mark is...