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METAIRIE, La. — Here we go again.

The New Orleans Saints, who have both gained more yards and allowed more yards than any team in the NFL since coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees arrived in 2006, are back to their old ways:

Lighting up scoreboards on both sides of the ball.

Sunday’s 43-37 overtime win at Atlanta was exhilarating. And New Orleans has to feel good about sitting in a tie for first place in the NFC South at 2-1 overall despite a shaky start.

But the Saints have a big problem on defense that needs to get fixed in a big hurry. They’re allowing “explosive” plays in the passing game at an alarming rate.

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The Saints have been torched for six passing plays of 45-plus yards this season, including a pass interference penalty. That’s twice as many as any other team.

This past Sunday, it was a 75-yard touchdown pass from Matt Ryan to Calvin

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