BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
From a purely superficial point of view, it feels like reaching too obvious a conclusion to say tight end Jared Cook should be a devastating implement in the New Orleans Saints' passing arsenal.
That is because, superficially, there are very few people like Cook. His physical gifts are as enormous as his 6-foot-5, 254-pound frame. It is difficult to imagine dropping someone that big, that fast and that athletic into an offense quarterbacked by Drew Brees, running plays called by Sean Payton and not envision a runaway success.
Many within the Saints' organization have described Cook as a...