After losing the first two games, the Saints have found some form of success in the third.
With the help of some good vibes, the Falcons are showing a more cohesive defensive front and have won three straight in this matchup.
Atlanta is playing its third game in four days, and it will need to do much better in the rematch with New Orleans to win for the first time since Nov. 1.
The Saints are playing without starters Dontari Poe and Zach Strief, who were both on the injured reserve list with a hamstring injury.
Teddy Bridgewater was limited in practice Sunday, but coach Sean Payton said he’s expected to play.
Brees, who completed 15 of 29 passes for 246 yards, has three touchdown passes and no interceptions.
New Orleans is coming off a win over Miami in a wild, rainy game in Week 3.
Brees threw for 326 yards and two touchdowns and the Saints won 34-24.
After scoring touchdowns against the Dolphins and Falcons in Week 2, the New Orleans defense allowed the Dolphins to run for 170 yards in the first half.