By John Sigler | Saintswire
Expectations couldn’t be higher for the New Orleans Saints ahead of their 2020 training camp. The mantra has been “Super Bowl or bust” for years now, but this might be the last time they can make that statement with Drew Brees leading them.
Fortunately, the Saints are as prepared as they’ll ever be to make a committed run at another Super Bowl title. That’s reflected in the pre-training camp NFL power rankings from Mark Schofield over at Touchdown Wire, who saw a lot to like in their draft class and free agent pickups. With Brees conducting an offense flush with weapons, he’s right to point out that the Saints “should score points in bunches,” which goes a long way in today’s NFL.
But there’s a catch: the Saints aren’t alone at the top. They ranked 4th, sure, but that’s behind both of the teams to play in the last Super Bowl (the reigning-champ Kansas City Chiefs at No. 1, Baltimore Ravens at No. 2, and the San Francisco 49ers at No. 3). ...
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