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Apr 20

The Saints Core #Contest

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The New Orleans Saints, are led by a core group of young and intelligent athletes. Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas are the first to pop into everybody's heads, yet we have Marshon Lattimore and Sheldon Rankins on defense. Davenport is yet to be a solidified lock on the team as he was dominant when he started, but didn't get much PT until he fell to an injury. Marcus Williams has dropped off in performance ever since the miracle in Minnesota, yet his counterpart on the SS side has done nothing but increase and produce, Vonn Bell. Next up is on the offense, Ryan Ramczyk who has solidified himself as a force to be reckoned with on the line. This is only the youngest group of guys, not including Eli Apple, Demario Davis, Terron Armstead, PRob, Cam, to name a few of our stronger group of middle aged players... Doing it all for the one and only Drew Brees as this is his last run! And it should be a good one as we can probably expect a pre draft trade or an interesting pick to beef up the team around the young guys and Brees himself. The guys mentioned before such as, Cam Jordan, Lattimore, Davis, Thomas, Kamara, will be essential to this season going how it needs to go as long as Brees can perform as well. As many have seen throughout social media, most of them have been absolutely grinding this off season, hungry for what is soon coming, except for Marcus Williams who appears to be busy touring the world and riding elephants... If he can't step up, expect the saints to be shopping for a FS in the near future. All of these guys, "The Core" are hungry and it will be an amazing season, hopefully a good one to send off Brees in an amazing fashion... Be ready for the season Fellow Who Dat's. It's going to be a good one. #Contest

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