New Orleans Saints: Ranking the team’s 3 strongest positional groups

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The New Orleans Saints are going to be in Super Bowl contention in 2020 and they don’t have too many flaws on their roster. But, where are their strengths?

The Saints have won 37 games in three years only including the regular season and have won the always-competitive NFC South three years in a row. They’ve proven that through elite drafts they can sustain success.

It’s not very often you see teams have success for as long as the Saints have, especially in the ever-changing NFC South. The Saints can credit a large part of their extended success to their drafting abilities and incredible coaching.

Elite offseason moves mixed with a forward-thinking approach has been critical in making this dynasty successful. While they’ve failed to get over the hump in the playoffs, they have shown that they are among the best in the league during the regular season.

That said, the Saints have also had some positions who have really helped step up and assure there is no need for additional talent. Here are the three strongest position groups for the Saints in 2020.