New Orleans Saints: 3 predictions for the new decade

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA - DECEMBER 29: Malcom Brown #90 and David Onyemata #93 of the New Orleans Saints celebrate after a fumble recovery during the first quarter during their game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images)
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA - DECEMBER 29: Malcom Brown #90 and David Onyemata #93 of the New Orleans Saints celebrate after a fumble recovery during the first quarter during their game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) /
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With the 2010s now behind the New Orleans Saints, the new decade is sure to bring as many surprises as the last decade did. What will those surprises look like?

The last decade was very kind to the New Orleans Saints.

From a Super Bowl win to multiple NFC South divisional championships, records were broken and players were lifted up. The Saints saw players come in and leave on good and bad notes. It was quite the decade.

As a franchise, however, the stability of the organization brought about much prosperity throughout the roster. Drew Brees and Sean Payton’s decade long leadership help propel the Saints to one of the best teams of the decade.

The next decade continued on the rock of stability, should bring just as much prosperity. As we look ahead into the 2020s, every fan has their idea of how the Saints should run their team, draft their players, sit and start players, sign free agents and much more.

But we have to remember that the franchise is more than just the players on the roster, it is the city inside and behind the team. The city of New Orleans is enough to bolster the team to new heights. I firmly believe that the next decade will bring about a higher mountain top than the last.

Here are my early 2020’s bold predictions for the decade.

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