New Orleans Saints offense plays classic game of mix and match vs. Oakland Raiders: Film study
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 20, 2012
Click here for Part 1 of this week's Film Study,which focused on how the New Orleans Saints offense mixed and matched plays and personnel during its 38-17 victory over the Oakland Raiders. The Saints opened with a 10-play, 80-yard touchdown drive, which we broke down in Part 1 of this week's Film Study. That was evident from New Orleans' opening drive in Sunday's 38-17 victory over the Oakland Raiders. And Fox analyst John Lynch, a longtime NFL safety who called Sunday's game, said it reminded him of the way former San Francisco 49ers Coach Bill Walsh used to run his classic West Coast offense. Then cornerback Patrick Robinson made a nice pass break-up, and cornerbacks Elbert Mack and Jabari Greer made a nice tackle in open space to force a punt.