- The New Orleans Saints have +3000 odds to win the Super Bowl in 2022.
NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans Saints won their division but lost to their divisional rivals in the playoffs last season. Will they be able to recover without Drew Brees?
New Orleans Saints 2020 Recap
The story of the New Orleans Saints in 2020 was Drew Brees’s last ride. The Brees era in The Big Easy is now over, and they’ll have to move forward without him.
The new QB of the Saints is Jameis Winston, who got laser eye surgery, which hopefully will prevent him from throwing 30 interceptions in a season for the second time in his career.
New Orleans Saints Offseason Additions
- DE Payton Turner
- LB Pete Werner
- CB Paulson Adebo
- QB Ian Book
- FB Alex Armah
- WR Jalen McCleskey
- G Christian Montano
- DE Tanoh Kpassagnon
In the absence of Brees, the Saints looked to bolster the defense, especially in the draft. They took three defensive players in the first three rounds of the draft, at all levels of the defense - a DE, an LB and a CB.
One notable absence from the Saints in 2021 could be WR Michael Thomas, who is getting surgery for an injury that could have him out until Week 12.
New Orleans Saints 2021 Odds Breakdown
The New Orleans Saints are not particularly favored to win the Super Bowl without Brees and Thomas, but they’re near the conversation at least.
New Orleans Saints Odds To Win The Super Bowl +3000
In terms of their divisional odds, they’re below the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who did not win the division last year but made up for it by winning the Super Bowl.
NFC South Division Winner Odds
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers -200
- New Orleans Saints +315
- Atlanta Falcons +750
- Carolina Panthers +1000
The Saints have a lot of talent, but there are major question marks at QB, and it remains to be seen how well the defensive pieces they got in the draft fit with their team.
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