4 reasons the Saints will win the NFC South for the 4th year in a row

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - DECEMBER 22: Running back Alvin Kamara #41 of the New Orleans Saints and running back Latavius Murray #28 of the New Orleans Saints celebrate after a touchdown during the third quarter against Tennessee Titans in the game at Nissan Stadium on December 22, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - DECEMBER 22: Running back Alvin Kamara #41 of the New Orleans Saints and running back Latavius Murray #28 of the New Orleans Saints celebrate after a touchdown during the third quarter against Tennessee Titans in the game at Nissan Stadium on December 22, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images) /
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Coaching

Before we talk about Sean Payton let’s talk about the other coaches. Bruce Arians has never been known as a talented coach.

Things might be different now that he has Tom Brady, but I guess we will see. The Panthers have a first-year coach from college in Matt Rhule. Lastly, the Falcons have retained their coach, Dan Quinn, but they haven’t made the playoffs since 2017 and have only made it twice in his five years.

The offensive mastermind that Sean Payton is is bound to coach this team to nothing less than a top-five offense. In fact, he has only not had a top ten offense in one year that he has been an offensive coordinator or head coach.

He will be a huge reason for the Saints this year, but also defensive coordinator Dennis Allen has a new and improved defense to work with. He will have a bolstered secondary and a deadly line that will put pressure on opposing offenses.

The Saints are definitely at the height of their coaching in the NFC South. That should continue to be a major reason that they will continue winning.

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