BY TERRIN WAACK | Staff writer
The New Orleans Saints had 56 offensive plays to see what worked well in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
They threw the ball 24 times and ran it another 28. They allowed four sacks.
And overall, the offense worked well.
In their win over the Rams inside the Caesars Superdome, the Saints averaged 5.8 yards per play. The appeared to play with more of a loose approach, and it paid off.
“There may have been a more added emphasis to win the football game,” Saints tight end Taysom Hill said. “Like, what do we have to lose? Let’s call everything that we have on this call sheet.”...