The Saints aren’t just winning, they’re dominating, and other Week 10 thoughts

The NFL changes so fast. Think back eight weeks ago. The Saints were 0-2. Their defense had given up 341 pass yards in Week One to the Vikings, and 436 pass yards in Week Two to the Patriots. They looked headed toward their fourth consecutive 7-9 season, and they’d only manage seven wins because Drew Brees would lead them to some shootout wins.

Well, the Saints have seven wins alright. They’re now 7-2, and during their current seven-game winning streak they haven’t just won, they’ve dominated. Amazingly, they’re dominating games even without Brees doing anything special. In yesterday’s 47-10 win over the Bills, Brees threw for just 184 yards and didn’t have a touchdown pass.

Instead, the Saints are winning with their running game — Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara both topped 100 yards in Buffalo and the Saints had an incredible six rushing touchdowns — and even more with their defense. That defense looked like it might have been the worst in the NFL in the first two weeks of the season, and it has looked like it might be the best in the NFL ever since.

On Sunday the Saints absolutely destroyed Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, holding him to just 56

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