Number Two: Defensive End
I know it seems a little crazy that the Saints needed to address the defensive end position after Cam Jordan had a breakout season last year and the Saints selected Marcus Davenport in the first round a few years ago, but it needs to happen.
Marcus Davenport was known as a raw prospect when the Saints selected him No. 14 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft.
He has been decent when healthy, but his health is hard to come by. He has yet to play a full season in the NFL and oftentimes is being subbed in and out with Trey Hendrickson or someone else in order to keep him healthy, which hurts his potential.
The overall injury history and simple lack of production on the opposite end of Cam Jordan is a major cause for concern in 2020.
This season is going to be a big one for Marcus Davenport to prove he can be healthy and effective for the Saints defense.