Thoughts: Moore left in the fourth quarter with an undisclosed injury. Reportedly, he had his wrist looked at on the sideline, but the Saints have not offered any details yet. … Meanwhile, Colston’s preseason foot injury doesn’t seem to be affecting his play on the field. He played 58 snaps Sunday after playing 69 snaps in Week 2. … Rookie tailback Robinson, who was active for the first time in place of an injured Mark Ingram, made the most of his four snaps. He carried the ball four times for 38 yards on the Saints’ final drive, enhancing his chances of seeing more playing time in the future. … Sproles’ snap count seems a bit low, but the Saints didn’t have to use their nickel or hurry-up offense too much on Sunday. Sproles plays a lot more when the Saints are forced to play catch-up.
Thoughts: Vaccaro has still played every snap this year -- and played them well. So much for easing him into the action. … Vaccaro, Jenkins and Lofton are the only three players to play every snap this season. Jordan finally got a “break,” taking four plays off on Sunday. … It was surprising to see Carr play the nickelback role for the Saints just days after he was re-signed off the street. But it shows how much faith coordinator Rob Ryan has in the veteran, who also played for him years ago with the Oakland Raiders. Ryan said he used to use Carr as a versatile backup nickelback/corner/safety -- much like he uses Vaccaro now. … According to Pro Football Focus, the Saints were in a 4-3 front on nine snaps, a 3-4 front on seven snaps, in nickel defense on 20 snaps and dime defense on 20 snaps.