New Orleans Saints: Top 3 players in team history to wear No. 16

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Number Two: Ken Stabler

Ken “The Snake” Stabler was the New Orleans Saints quarterback from 1982 through1984, ending his Hall of Fame career in a Saints uniform.

Stabler didn’t have the greatest tenure of his career in New Orleans, but his Hall of Fame status helped him crack the number two spot on my list. Stabler was a four-time pro bowler and won a Super Bowl with the Raiders.

His stats in New Orleans weren’t all that impressive tossing for 3,670 yards and 17 touchdowns while completing 57 percent of his passes in 25 career games. The snake was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016 following his death the year before.

The former Alabama signal-caller was the NFL’s 1974 MVP and he was selected to the 1970s all-decade team.