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Fan favorite New Orleans Saints by the numbers: No. 50-74

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The Dome Patrol, along with several other unanimous choices along the Saints offensive line, headline the next batch of fan favorites.

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I’m sure you’ve noticed, but our daily Countdown to New Orleans Saints Kickoff pieces have included polls in which fans are able to vote for their favorite players who have represented the respective number that is highlighted. If you missed the first round of fan favorites, be sure to check it out before checking out the latest batch.

  • No. 74 - Derland Moore (no poll, hand picked)
  • No. 73 - Jahri Evans (unanimous)
  • No. 72 - Jim Dombrowksi (74 percent)
  • No. 71 - Richard Cooper (61 percent)
  • No. 70 - Jammal Brown (94 percent)
  • No. 69 - Anthony Hargrove (75 percent)
  • No. 68 - Kyle Turley (95 percent)
  • No. 67 - Stan Brock (87 percent)
  • No. 66 - Ben Grubbs (38 percent)
  • No. 65 - LeCharles Bentley (52 percent)
  • No. 64 - Zach Strief (96 percent)
  • No. 63 - Brad Edelman (80 percent)
  • No. 62 - Jerry Fontenot (58 percent)
  • No. 61 - Joel Hilgenberg (84 percent)
  • No. 60 - Max Unger (56 percent)
  • No. 59 - Keith Mitchell (48 percent)
  • No. 58 - Scott Shanle (62 percent)
  • No. 57 - Rickey Jackson (97 percent)
  • No. 56 - Pat Swilling (96 percent)
  • No. 55 - Scott Fujita (69 percent)
  • No. 54 - Darrin Smith (42 percent)
  • No. 53 - Vaughan Johnson (98 percent)
  • No. 52 - Jim Kovach (34 percent)
  • No. 51 - Sam Mills (74 percent)
  • No. 50 - Curtis Lofton (41 percent)

In the voting, the first thing I’ll mention is that the voting for No. 54 came down to a single vote, as Winfred Tubbs tied Darrin Smith at 42 percent. Naturally, the unanimous choices (90 percent or greater) included: Jammal Brown (2005-2009), Kyle Turley (1998-2002), Zach Strief (2006-present), Rickey Jackson (1981-1993), Pat Swilling (1986-1992), and Vaughan Johnson (1986-1993). No. 66 saw Ben Grubbs beat out Brian Young by 11 votes, and Jim Kovach (No. 52) fended off Craig Robertson by 7 votes.