3 scenarios that prove the Saints are the deepest team in the league
Now with eight wins in a row, the New Orleans Saints have battled adversity, and they’ve shown their depth in that time period.
The New Orleans Saints have been slapped with adversity all season long, yet that hasn’t prevented the organization from establishing a 9-2 record and sitting on the top of the NFC South for the fourth year in a row.
Whether it be strict COVID-19 protocols, a shortened preseason, or poor officiating, the list could go on and on about times the Saints have had to stare adversity in the face. However, adversity doesn’t always define the depth a team has.
The Saints have created a roster that’s among the best in the NFC. They’ve been dominant after a tough 1-2 start. Having won their last eight and their last two with Drew Brees sidelined, this team has had a plethora of players step up.
In this circumstance, we will be focusing more on situations that truly define and highlight the depth the Saints have because they really are the deepest team in the NFL.