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Saints have struggled against the pass at a record-breaking level

LANDOVER, MD - NOVEMBER 15: Wide receiver Jamison Crowder #80 of the Washington Redskins carries the ball past cornerback Brandon Browner #39 of the New Orleans Saints, middle linebacker Stephone Anthony #50 of the New Orleans Saints, linebacker James Anderson #58 of the New Orleans Saints in the second quarter of a game at FedExField on November 15, 2015 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Matt Hazlett/Getty Images)

LANDOVER, MD - NOVEMBER 15: Wide receiver Jamison Crowder #80 of the Washington Redskins carries the ball past cornerback Brandon Browner #39 of the New Orleans Saints, middle linebacker Stephone Anthony #50 of the New Orleans Saints, linebacker James Anderson #58 of the New Orleans Saints in the second quarter of a game at FedExField on November 15, 2015 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Matt Hazlett/Getty Images)

New Orleans has struggled mightily against the pass in recent weeks, but just how bad has it been?

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It's been a pretty brutal stretch for the New Orleans Saints from a defensive standpoint, to say the least.

After winning three games in a row, the Saints have now dropped two straight, and if not for a seven touchdown performance against the New York Giants, New Orleans could have lost that game as well.

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Regardless, the issues have obviously been on the defensive side of the ball. As SportsCenter's official Twitter reports, New Orleans now becomes the first team in NFL history to be beaten by opposing quarterbacks this badly over a three game span.

That's pretty much incredible to read, and it's obvious that there are changes needed heading into their bye week.

(h/t Elias Sports Bureau)

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