3 biggest New Orleans Saints snubs out of the NFL Network’s Top 100

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NFL Network capped off its list on Wednesday night of the 100 best players in 2019. The Saints featured 7 total players in the top 100.

With a loaded Saints roster in 2019, there was bound to be snubs. Who were the biggest Saints snubs?

Michael Thomas was the highest-ranked Saints player, and he came in at No. 5 on the list. After Thomas, Drew Brees (12th), Cam Jordan (23rd), Alvin Kamara (42nd), Demario Davis (67th), Marshon Lattimore (76th), and Ryan Ramczyk (82nd) followed.

The Saints featured 13 Pro Bowlers last season and three players who garnered All-Pro status. There were plenty of Saints players who were in contention to be on the top 100 players list of 2019.

The players voted on the list, so there wasn’t too much debate between the spots. However, the players don’t vote for the Pro Bowl, All-Pro teams, or individual achievements of the year, so it’s unfair to say that the players are accustomed to voting among their peers.

Outside of players being in a debate to move up or down the list, several quality players didn’t make the list. Who were those remarkable Saints players?

Let’s take a look at three Saints players who got snubbed off the top 100 players list.

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