6 Saints players who greatly disappointed during the 2022 season

Leigh Oleszczak
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4. Jarvis Landry

Saints fans were excited when the team signed Landry to a one-year "prove it" deal in the offseason. Unfortunately, Landry did not "prove it" during what will likely be his only year as a Saint, finshing with just 25 catches for 272 yards and a touchdown in nine games.

An injury sidelined Landry for eight games but even when he was on the field, he wasn't the guy the offense needed him to be. Aside from an electric outing in Week 1 against the Falcons, Landry barely made any sort of impact on the field.

When fans go back and look at some of the most disappointing free-agent additions, I have no doubt that Landry will make an appearance on that list. He was expected to be a top weapon in this offense and didn't hold up his end of the bargain.

Landry, who turned 30 in November, hits free agency again this offseason and the Saints need to stay far away from him.

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