"The Saints had four major problems last year: The lack of a running game; a pedestrian pass rush; an incompetent secondary; and horrifically inaccurate place-kickers. "All four of those areas have been addressed. Pierre Thomas is talented enough to rush for at least 1,200 yards, making New Orleans' offense more two-dimensional. The pass rush will be better because Will Smith and Charles Grant are healthy again. The secondary will also improve, thanks to Malcolm Jenkins, a healthy Tracy Porter and perhaps Jabari Greer. And the Saints seemed to have found their kicker in Garrett Hartley. "New Orleans is a very talented team without any major flaws. Barring massive injuries, the Saints will be one of the teams with a great shot of reaching, and perhaps winning the Super Bowl."