New Orleans Saints: Ranking the team’s four worst decisions this offseason

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The New Orleans Saints had one of the best offseasons in the entire NFL, but even they may not have been perfect in the eyes of every fan.

No NFL front office will ever be perfect, and some are far from it. However, some decisions are so bad that even most loyal of fans start to question the moves. Thankfully, the Saints didn’t have any of those this offseason.

The New Orleans Saints have most definitely done more good than bad when it comes to front office decisions in recent years, but there were a few significant mistakes made in the 2020 offseason.

In arguably the most important offseason in franchise history, the Saints hit some home runs throughout the free agency period and the NFL Draft. Bringing in Emmanuel Sanders seems like a huge plus for the organization that was lacking a quality No. 2 receiver.

At the same time as moves like that took place, some of the Mickey Loomis’ decision making shocked fans. Here are four decisions the front office of the Saints made that fans have every right to question.