7 New Orleans Saints Players who could make the Pro Bowl in 2016
After Sean Payton took over as the head coach of the New Orleans Saints in 2006, the teams has been well represented at the Pro Bowl almost every year. But after a disappointing season last year, only Cameron Jordan made the cut. If the team improves, then we could see more players suit up in Orlando.
The black and gold finished the previous season with a 7-9 record, and was far from playoff contention. As a result, we didn’t see the usual 3-5 players go to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii. You could have made the case for both Drew Brees, who led the league in passing yards, and his blind side protector Terron Armstead, who really established himself as one the premier tackles in the league. However, none of them got the invite to play with the best players in the game. Instead, Cameron Jordan represented as the only Saints player.
If the Saints can improve their defense and continue their offensive domination, then they could have a lot more players on the Pro Bowl roster in 2017. Here’s an early look at who could go to Orlando next January.
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