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Saints fan confidence tumbles heading into tumultuous offseason

Too many questions and not enough answers

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With the loss over the weekend the Saints season came to an end. But with it came the end of an era. The way things have come to an end has shaken the confidence of Saints fans.

Does Drew Brees retire? Who is the quarterback of the Saints in 2021? Will the Saints be able to contend next year when they’re slated to be over $100 million over the cap?

These questions don’t have answers, and that’s only causing distress amongst the Who Dat faithful.

According to the latest SB Nation Reacts survey, only 40 percent of Saints fans are confident the team is headed in the right direction. That’s down from a full 100 percent last week.

While the Saints are entering the offseason, the playoffs continue this weekend. According to fans around the country, the Green Bay Packers should face the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl.

The Packers were selected as the team most likely to win the Super Bowl of the remaining four teams, with 36 percent of the vote. However, they were followed by the Kansas City Chiefs, who despite being picked to lose their game against the Bills, earned slightly more total vote with 27 percent over Buffalo’s 26%. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers received the least amount of votes.

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