2019 NFL Power Rankings: Los Angeles Rams in good shape with free agency underway

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4. New Orleans Saints

Without question, the departure of Mark Ingram will leave a huge void on offense for the New Orleans Saints since the veteran running back has been amazing to watch teaming up with Alvin Kamara on offense.

However, the good news for the Saints is they not only still have Kamara to continue being a dangerous threat on offense, but also Drew Brees continues to play at a very high level.

It’s amazing to watch Brees continues to play at a MVP level at this point in his career, and after watching New Orleans miss out on the Super Bowl last season following a controversial call in the NFC Championship, one can only imagine the motivation for 2019.

One can only imagine how the last couple of months have been for members of the Saints since the argument can be made they would have put up a better fight against the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, but looking back won’t solve anything.

When looking at all of this talent for Brees to work with on offense to go along with a strong defense, New Orleans will easily be a top contender in the NFC once again, and will be determined more than ever to make a run to play in Super Bowl 54.