The Saints’ offense is not nearly as bad as it’s been portrayed to be.
That is to say, it is not the same offense as the one the Saints ran for the past two seasons.
But that does not mean that the Saints are completely devoid of talent.
For one thing, the Saints have more of them than any team in the NFL.
There are a couple of talented players on the offensive line and in the receiving corps, including a talented tight end in Brandon Coleman, and a pair of capable running backs.
And, of course, there is the new head coach who was fired by the Saints after just two seasons as head coach.
But, as is often the case with such high-profile changes, it does not look like there will be any major changes in the personnel or scheme of the offense.
If anything, the offense has more depth than it did in 2016.
So, what does this mean for the Saints in the Super Bowl?
First, let’s take a look at the offense from the past three years.
The Saints ran the same personnel from 2015 through 2018.
The offensive line was the same, the receiving corp was the exact same, and the tight ends were the same.
The only notable difference was the quarterback, Drew Brees, was replaced by Jay Cutler, and there were some notable differences in personnel.
The line is now better, the tight end corps is better, and Coleman is better than he was last season.
That’s because, from 2015 to 2018, the offensive lineman positions were much more balanced and, to a lesser degree, in line with what you might expect to see from a franchise with the most talented offensive line in football.
The quarterbacks are all good.
They are all solid and the receivers are all above average.
There is some talent, but no huge offensive stars, either.
In fact, Brees has only been in the league for three years and is still in his prime.
That does not necessarily mean that there is not a talent deficiency, but it does mean that this offensive line is more of a long-term problem than a short-term fix.
And this will be an issue for the next few years as the Saints rebuild their roster and figure out what to do with the talent they have on the roster.
The good news is that the talent gap is not as big as you might think.
The offense has enough talent to have a really good run at the Super.
But the problem is, that talent is not going to be able to translate into the big games.
The defense was one of the biggest issues the Saints faced last season, and that problem is going to continue to be there even if the offense can improve a little bit.
The running game is also a concern.
This year, the team has an offense that is more talented than last year, and it’s going to take some time for this to translate to success.
But if the Saints can find some sort of a way to win games and not rely on the run game, that will be a great thing.
For the Saints to have any chance of making the playoffs, they are going to have to do a better job of running the ball.
This is why the offensive linemen are so important, and why the receiving line is so important.
The problem with this offense is that it does nothing on the ground.
This means that the team cannot put any weight on the running game, and they have to rely on their offensive line to protect the quarterback.
The receiving corps will have to improve as well, and if that is not enough, the defensive line will need to improve.
And if this defense can improve in the run defense, then the Saints offense will be even better than it is now.
The key for the defense is to stop the run.
The team did not get many opportunities to do that last season due to injuries to key players.
But now that they have all of those players back, this is what the defense has to do to stop this run.
For instance, in the past, the running back position has always been a weakness for the team.
That position will be much better this year, but the Saints do not have many good players on their defensive line, and this will not help.
The same is true for the wide receiver position.
The defensive line needs to improve in this area, and with some help from the linebackers, the secondary, and possibly the linebackers in the secondary.
The safety position needs to be improved, too, especially if the team hopes to have an opportunity to make a run at another Super Bowl.
The linebacker position is the biggest area where the Saints need help.
There were several big-time free agents that the organization brought in this offseason, and one of them is the former linebacker for the New York Jets, Sheldon Rankins.
Rankins is the most experienced linebacker the team will have in 2017.
He was a first-team All-Pro in