2017 Saints: Year In Review
Saints 2017 Year in Review: Marshon Lattimore - Who needs an elite pass rusher when you have a shutdown corner?
Pass Rusher or Shutdown CB has always been a chicken or the egg debate, but Marshon Lattimore proved why the latter was more important to the Saints 2017 success than the former.
Delvin Breaux’s season was over well before it began, with quit a bit of drama involved.
Saints 2017 Year in Review: If the ride is over, Zach Strief spent final year as the ideal instructor
Zach Strief was only able to make an impact on the field for two games in 2017, but off the field he remained a force and leader in the locker room.
You don’t see it happen often, but Ken Crawley rose from the ranks of the undrafted to become an integral piece of the Saints revamped secondary in 2017.
Kicker has been a sore spot for the Saints and their fans for years, but it appears as though all concerns can be put to rest, as Wil Lutz solidified his greatness in 2017
It wasn’t a bad year for Kenny Vaccaro, but did he show enough this season to make a return to New Orleans an easy answer?
No one expected David Onyemata to play such a significant role on the defense in his 2nd year, but when Nick Fairley fell to a heart condition, it opened doors for the Manitoba Monster to be born.