Auburn (3-0) already has matched its win total from last season under new head coach Gus Malzahn.

Sean Payton can't complain about the Saints' 2-0 record. That doesn't mean he hasn't isolated worrisome shortcomings in the performance of his normally prolific offense, and even his own play calling.

"The biggest thing about our team is we're going to do what it takes to win, whether it's the offense stepping up or the defense or special teams play."

As the Saints prepare to head to Tampa Bay this Sunday, they're eager to see if the opening week success of their four-man pass rush becomes a two-week trend.

Richardson was among New Orleans' final cuts this preseason. Payton says he had told the veteran lineman there was a good chance he could return if the Saints needed more depth at his positions.

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