By Luke Johnson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
After they got embarrassed by Tampa Bay in Week 1, the New Orleans Saints were putting together a bounce-back defensive performance Sunday (Sept. 16) against the Cleveland Browns, but it still did not taste right, it still was missing that one key ingredient.
Second-year safety Marcus Williams finally provided the flavor the Saints defense craved in the fourth quarter, when he broke on a Tyrod Taylor pass intended for tight end David Njoku near the right hash and intercepted it, sending the entire defense sprinting for their photo op after he was tackled deep in Browns territory.
"It was huge, it was huge, it was huge," said cornerback Marcus Lattimore. "That's what we needed, that's what we were preaching, we had to get the turnover." ...
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