Sean Payton: 'New Orleans Saints need consistency'

Saints coach Sean Payton at practice on May 23, 2013
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New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton says that the team must work on consistency.

Sean Payton has said that the New Orleans Saints must focus on improving their consistency.

The NFC South side are unbeaten so far this season, but won their first two games of 2013 by less than a touchdown.

The head coach told reporters: "Of course we want balance, and yet each game kind of can take on a life of its own. We tried to spent a lot of time on the self-evaluation just as we would spending time on the opponent.

"We're looking for the consistency that we hope to have in understanding that there's a lot of things we've got to improve on. We've gone through a little bit of guys coming up off of injury, guys potentially being down because of injury, and I think we've handled that pretty well.

"Some of the younger guys have stepped up and done a good job, and we'll get a few guys back here. Overall, those would be some things that stand out."

The Saints face the Miami Dolphins tomorrow.

Saints coach Sean Payton at practice on May 23, 2013
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