However, Graham said that coach Sean Payton added some wrinkles to the offense this season to combat that strategy.
"Sean's great with that in the offseason. Always does something new, implements new wrinkles," Graham said, per ESPN.com.
"I wouldn't say New England covered me with a corner. I would say they were jamming me on the line with someone who can jam well, and then playing zone behind it," Graham explained. "When you have help over the top and then you've got a linebacker scraping to help and you're getting jammed man to man, it makes the picture cloudy of what you're supposed to do..."
"...It's something that we've worked on this camp, shoring up some of those things and being ready for when teams do that," Graham said. "And Drew (Brees) being the quarterback he is, he finds the open guy. He doesn't key on one guy or two guys, he finds the open man."
With Graham healthy and a newfound speed on offense, the Saints look as explosive as their 2011 juggernaut.