With the 2020 NFL All-Pro rosters released, four New Orleans Saints had enough votes to make it on the first-team roster, two made it on the second-team roster.
The New Orleans Saints are one of the best teams in the NFL. While they are the No. 3 seed in the NFC, they are the No. 3 rank in the final NFL Power Rankings behind only the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
As one of the best teams in the league, the New Orleans Saints had the most players selected to the NFL All-Pro first-team. The All-Pro honor is a greater honor than the Pro-Bowl roster is because of the lack of biased, popularity voting for the Pro-Bowl.
Which New Orleans Saints made the first-team All-Pro roster?
Michael Thomas (unanimous 50 votes)
Michael Thomas finished the year with a single-season NFL receptions record with 149 receptions surpassing Marvin Harrison (144). Michael Thomas was also one of only two players that were unanimously voted to the roster.
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Ryan Ramczyk (30 votes)
Ryan Ramczyk was one of the most solid tackles in the entire NFL this year. He played 100% of the snaps in 15 out of the 16 games the New Orleans Saints played this year. He continues to be one of the strongest and most durable offensive linemen the Saints have.
Deonte Harris (32 votes)
Deonte Harris was the only rookie with the honor of being selected to the roster. Deonte Harris had 338 punt return yards on 36 punts to go along with one touchdown. He also had 644 kick return yards on 24 returns as a specialist in his rookie season.
Demario Davis (18 votes)
Demario Davis was the only player on the Saints roster selected to the All-Pro roster but not selected to the Pro-Bowl roster. Davis led the Saints in tackles this year with 111 almost 30 more than the second-place tackler.
Defensive end Cameron Jordan and special teamer J.T. Gray each had enough votes to make the second-team All-Pro. Kicker Wil Lutz, offensive lineman Terron Armstead, and cornerback Marshon Lattimore all received votes but not enough to make the roster.
The New Orleans Saints are looking to make a push in the playoffs this year. They will not be satisfied with a No. 3 seed or playing in the wild card. They will make it to the Super Bowl and test the best AFC team against the best NFC team.