"It's up to us. That's a momentum thing," Saints center Max Unger said Monday. "That's maturity as an offense and being able to capitalize on other team's mistakes, because (an opponent is) not supposed to be able to turn the ball over that many times and be able to win games. That falls squarely on the offense taking advantage of those turnovers."
"Getting the ball into his hands is obviously what we want to do," Saints center Max Unger said of Ingram, who has eclipsed 1,000 yards rushing for a second straight season. "We've got to get him going because when he has a chance to make plays like that - you can see it - he's explosive."