Michael Thomas, WR
Michael Thomas will have the exact opposite impact as Jared Cook. There is a reason the Saints jumped on signing Jameis Winston when the Buccaneers released him for future Hall-of-Famer Tom Brady when he elected to go there.
Last year, the ex-Buccaneer threw for over 5,000 yards and 30 touchdowns. In fact, he was so good that he had two wide receivers finish within the top five in receiving yards and touchdowns last year. He was good, and his wide receivers were just as good.
Hopefully, the same thing happens to Thomas. Thomas has only played in a few games this year. He played half of Week1 before going down with an injury. He just came back in Week 9 with five receptions for 50 yards. Last week, he totaled just two receptions for 27 yards on seven targets.
If Winston is anything like he was last year, Thomas should be a benefactor of the new starting quarterback in New Orleans. Hopefully, we see Thomas have the bounceback game we have been hoping for in Week 11.