Balance is by far the best formula for winning big, and New Orleans, 8-0 for the first time
in the 43-year history of the franchise, finally has it.
Just ask Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme, whose 4-0 record against New Orleans at the Superdome ended Sunday
when the Saints rallied from a 17-6 halftime deficit to win 30-20.
Delhomme, who also won his only start in the Dome as a Saints quarterback, was effusive in his praise.
“We said all week this was the best team in football in our opinion,” Delhomme said. “Watching them on film all year long, they give you matchup problems offensively and defensively.”