5 most likely New Orleans Saints to make 2022 Pro Bowl

Leigh Oleszczak
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Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans Saints
Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans Saints (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images) /

4. Marshon Lattimore

The Saints were wise to lock Marshon Lattimore up to an extension before the 2021 season got underway, as the former first-round pick is having a sensational season. Sure, he’s had his fair share of rough games but most cornerbacks fall into that category.

The only reason Lattimore isn’t higher on this list is because he’ll have stiff competition in the NFC. Trevon Diggs of the Cowboys is having a season for the record books and is nearly a shoo-in to make the Pro Bowl unless the Cowboys end up making the Super Bowl.

Be that as it may, people do know who Lattimore is and that could lead to him making it to Vegas in February.

3. Demario Davis

One of the most consistent linebackers in the league is Demario Davis, who continues to be one of the best free-agent signings in Saints history. As of now, Davis doesn’t lead the NFC in linebacker Pro Bowl votes but he should still be a frontrunner to represent the black and gold in the Pro Bowl.

Surprisingly, Davis has yet to make it to a Pro Bowl during his career though he was named All-Pro in 2019. Davis not making a Pro Bowl is a crime against nature and while he should get to play in it this year, that doesn’t mean the fans will see it the same way.

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