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Saints 2020 Year in Review

Did Jameis do enough to earn the job in 2021?

Will Jameis be the man to take up the mantle from Drew Brees?

Another reliable, yet unspectacular year from Josh Hill

The longtime Saints tight end continuned to contribute to Sean Payton’s offense

Malcom Brown contributed greatly to one of the league’s best run defenses in 2020

Malcom Brown did what he’s done his entire career in 2020 — stuff gaps in the run game.

Michael Burton is one of the most underappreciated Saints

The Saints stayed consistent at the league’s most undervalued position in 2020.

Free saftey is not P.J. Williams’s strong suit

Williams’s first year at the new position yielded less-than-stellar results

Does Marcus Williams deserve to be the highest-paid safety in the NFL?

And can the Saints afford him?

Terron Armstead continues to be a rock on Saints’ OL

Another solid year for the stalwart left tackle

Patrick Robinson’s best year in second stint with Saints still came with injury trouble

Two red zone interceptions highlight slot corner’s 2020

Will Clapp a valuable depth piece for Saints in 2020

2020 proved to be a rollercoaster year for the backup lineman.

Dwayne Washington continues to serve as Saints emergency backup, but that role is in jeopardy

Ty Montgomery may usurping Washington’s spot

Why Adam Trautman should have a bigger role in the Saints offense next season

He can block, catch and run routes at a high level. Get him on the field more.

Justin Hardee key member of Saints league leading punt coverage team

UDFA’s production on special teams helps Saints to record setting year in punt coverage

Wil Lutz had a shaky year after 3 previous seasons of excellence

Saints kicker has worst field goal percentage of career, but was it a mirage?

Taysom Hill stepped up when called upon, all things considered

More rushing yards than Josh Allen! More rushing TD’s than Lamar Jackson! Oh no he’s actually has to throw the ball now!

Tre’Quan Smith quietly had his most productive and efficient year as a Saint

He quietly had his most productive and efficient year as a Saint.

Kwon Alexander buffed already strong Saints defense

Injuries aside, Kwon Alexander should be kept around for a while

Cam Jordan’s least productive season in recent memory was still solid

Knock! knock! Who’s there? Father. Father who? Father Time.

Emmanuel Sanders was everything the Saints could hope for in 2021

The Saints had a #2 wide receiver for the first time since Brandin Cooks.

Latavius Murray filled Mark Ingram-sized hole for Saints

Murray remains solid complimentary back in year two in New Orleans

Ken Crawley showed hints of old self in 2020

At worst, he’s a valuable bench piece.

Jared Cook’s 2020 will be marred by costly postseason fumble

In an otherwise strong season, Cook suffered a brutal ending

Saints 2020 Year In Review: Keith Washington

From nearly cut, to 2021 camp invite.

Saints 2020 Year in Review: Carl Granderson

He played well with limited opportunites

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