Creating an absolutely dominant all-time 53-man New Orleans Saints roster

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Running Backs:

The first running back on my list is none other than Deuce McAllister. McAllister spent his entire career in New Orleans which ranged from 2001 through 2009.

McAllister went to two Pro Bowls in his career and retired as a champion following the Saints’ lone Super Bowl win in 2009-2010. McAllister logged 6,096 rushing yards and 49 rushing touchdowns in his career, making him an easy selection to be a member of the Saints’ Hall of Fame.

The second running back on the roster is Mark Ingram. Ingram, the former Heisman Trophy winner, was a first-round pick by the Saints back in 2011 and played in the big easy for eight years.

Ingram left the Saints after two Pro Bowls with the team and joined the Baltimore Ravens, but his record-breaking tenure in New Orleans will not go unnoticed.

The third and final running back in this lethal backfield is Reggie Bush.

Bush played in the black and gold from 2006 through 2010 and played a pivotal role in helping the Saints win their lone Super Bowl. The former Saints’ second overall pick likely would have been higher on this list if he didn’t leave the Saints after just five seasons.