L’Oréal, the French luxury cosmetics company, is using the defensive end technique to create a more masculine, athletic and sophisticated look.
The technique was developed by the French defense coach who has a penchant for wearing pants and a T-shirt.
The defensive end is the player most often assigned to rush the quarterback.
It is also used to break up play.
The technique is used to slow down the offensive lineman and prevent him from getting a sack.
The team will unveil the defensive ends version of the technique at the upcoming Senior Bowl, which is on Feb. 10.
It will be the first time L’Oreal has employed the technique during a competitive game.
The new look is a direct response to the way the Saints’ defensive line has struggled for years.
It was a big reason the Saints lost five straight games last season.
It also was the reason that the team was so slow to move the ball down the field last season, according to Pro Football Focus.
When it comes to the defensive linemen, the new look will be a welcome change from the way they have played in the past.
The Saints were one of the worst teams in the league in pass rush, surrendering 27 sacks in the first five games of the season.
The defensive line played a key role in that struggle.
The Saints’ pass rush was a major reason why the team struggled to stop opponents’ rushing attempts.
The team had two of the league’s worst rush rates in the final 10 games of last season (27.4 percent).
That is why defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has been looking for more of a pass rush this season.
Ryan has also been trying to get more of his defensive linemen to wear pants and shirts.
They have been a common theme in his press conferences.
The defense’s defensive line is now the most versatile in the NFL.
The new look makes it easier for Ryan and the Saints to use them against opposing offenses.