Number Two: Deonte Harris
Deonte Harris has been eager to have a larger role on the team other than his ridiculously good returning abilities, a skill he attended the 2019 Pro Bowl for.
The second-year wide receiver looked good in a limited role in Sunday’s victory over Tampa Bay and he will look to carry over his success on Monday Night Football.
In just nine offensive snaps, Deonte Harris managed to catch his only target for 17 yards and also run the ball once for nine yards.
Not only did he help on the offensive side of the ball, but he also carried over his dominant return abilities from a season ago as he returned four punts for 59 yards which is an average of 14.75 yards per return.
Sean Payton has been looking for a unique way to give more reps to Deonte Harris, and we could see Harris emerge in the absence of Michael Thomas.