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- Feb 1, 2004
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- Monroe, La
By Jeff Duncan / Times-Picayune
In the blink of one offseason the New Orleans Saints secondary has been transformed from glaring weakness to undeniable strength.
The defensive backfield is undoubtedly the most improved unit on the roster and might be the most improved overall group in the entire NFL.
Their numbers alone are staggering. The Saints lead the NFL with 13 interceptions, 10 of which have come from defensive backs. They have returned four of those picks for touchdowns. Opposing quarterbacks have a paltry 54.6 passer efficiency rating against the Saints. That's the lowest total in the league by far.
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