BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
The New Orleans Saints only had one sack on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, but it came when it counted the most.
The Panthers were facing a third-and-11 situation from the 39-yard line, trying to win or tie the game with a little over two minutes to play.
With quarterback Teddy Bridgewater in the shotgun formation, he looked downfield to pass upon receiving the snap.
But Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport — in his second game back from injury — made a beeline toward Bridgewater as he cut inside inside while safety Malcolm Jenkins battled with the left tackle, leaving...