The New Orleans Saints showed up to their NFC wild-card playoff game last weekend against the Philadelphia Eagles with a huge target on the side of their bus entering Lincoln Financial Field, practically begging Eagles fans to fire objects at them from the street.

During the course of the game, the target shifted to second-year cornerback Corey White.

Once Keenan Lewis left the Saints' 26-24 win last Saturday with a concussion, White saw his assignment shift to covering Eagles speedster DeSean Jackson.

Nick Foles immediately tested White on the play after Lewis' injury and connected with Jackson for a 40-yard reception. White also drew a 40-yard pass interference penalty on the Eagles' final possession as Philadelphia took a 24-23 lead two plays later.

"We all understand they're going to come my way just knowing who I am and knowing who we have on the other side (Lewis)," White said Wednesday. "We know they're going to come my way. It's nothing personal, and I'm not saying I'm a bad player or anything like that. They just know it's my first year starting in the league, and we're coming after this guy.

"It's common sense."

Quarterbacks have thrown four touchdowns and hold an 89.4 passer rating this season when throwing at White, according to Pro Football Focus. But for a position that is easily one of the most scrutinized, White might be more recognized for the plays he missed than anything else in 2013.