Saints working on defense

All snap is regulated but it looks like they're working overtime to protect the New Orleans Saints.

The unit has actually worked less in overtime twice this season, to be precise, compared to a 32-29 loss to Kansas City on Sunday, during which the Saints' defense was on the field for 92 plays.

Gardner-Johnson said, "You can't run away from it. We know what we signed ourselves up for. We're used to running around."

Defense of the Saints played as if the number of snaps didn't matter.

New Orleans has been repeatedly pushed and pressured by Kansas City's high-powered offense.

The slippery quarterback was trying to hem and the chasing 4.4-speed receiver.

Mahomes scored a total of 254 passing yards on 47 attempts and was dismissed four times.

Gardner Johnson said, "We went out there and spoke our hearts out. We went around the whole damn area, from edge to edge, from end zone to end zone."