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

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Number Two: Offensive Tackle

There is no doubt in my mind that the New Orleans Saints have the two best offensive tackles in the entire NFL. Terron Armstead anchors down the left side of the offensive line while Ryan Ramczyk dominates the right side.

Armstead has been with the Saints organization since 2013 where he was selected in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Armstead has been nothing shy of dominant during his tenure in the organization as well, going to two Pro Bowls. Ramczyk has been arguably the best draft pick the Saints have made over the past five years.

Coming to the Saints in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft alongside Marshon Lattimore, Ramczyk has been the best guy to keep Drew Brees upright. Ramczyk was selected to the AP All-Pro First Team in 2019 and looks to have a very successful career lined up ahead of him.

The Saints also brought in some good talent with the signing of James Hurst, who has spent the past six seasons with the Baltimore Ravens. Andrus Peat has the ability to play both guard and tackle so he can fall into this category as well.

The Saints have a lot of talent at the tackle position which is a great position to be loaded in.