14-0 deficit in the first quarter, 20-3 deficit in the second. This New Orleans Saints team not only seems to respond well to adversity, but at this point, they might even require it to get rolling.
After being utterly dominated for most of the first half in their matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers, the Saints would go on to outscore them 27-7 from the end of the second quarter on.
They were able to do this behind an effective pass rush and a few big time drives by the offense when they needed them most.
The offense getting in rhythm had a lot to do with Brees continuing his...