VIDEO: Robert Meachem Touchdown Makes Lions Secondary Look Silly

The New Orleans Saints are beginning to open up a large lead over the Detroit Lions in their Sunday Night Football matchup.

In the middle of the second quarter, the Saints have been able to score three times on three long drives, helped along by Drew Brees bombs to his receivers. The Detroit defensive line has mostly stopped the ground game from New Orleans, but a shaky secondary has led to moments like this 67 yard pass from Brees to Robert Meachem:

Eric Wright was completely unable to cover Meachem, who literally ran circles around him on his way into the end zone. The score put the Saints on top 17-0 and the New Orleans air attack is showing little sign of slowing down as halftime looms.

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