BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
A lot of the major themes from the New Orleans Saints season-opening win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers held up on the second watch: The offense left some big plays on the field, but the defense and kicking game offered more than enough in support.
Each week, we’ll put the game tape under the microscope to either identify some interesting trends that emerged on the second watch, or figure out exactly how the big plays came to be.
First up from the Saints’ 34-23 win: A defense that almost never featured all three linebackers on the field at once.
P.J. Williams, who served as the...