Will he justify his new contract with a Pro Bowl year this season?
Colston has become as consistent as they come when he is on the field, but one thing has eluded him: a Pro Bowl selection. With a new contract in his pocket, I see Colston as having the first Pro Bowl selection by a wide receiver since Joe Horn and justifying his contract, at least for this first season.
Can he be a little more consistent this season?
His stat line might read 52 catches, over 600 yards receiving and eight touchdowns, but most of that production came toward the end of the year when Moore got hot. But that's usually his M.O.—slow start and then flash to the finish. His early success will be even more vital with the Saints' coaching staff a mess until the sixth week or so.
How much gas does the speedster have in the tank?
Henderson is an "old" 30-year-old with eight years of service in the league with the Saints. He reminds me of Scott Shanle in the fact that they should not be starting in the NFL, but year after year the keep the youngsters at bay. I guess we'll see what the former LSU product has left with the girth of healthy competition at the spot this year.
How quickly can he acclimate himself to the speed of the pros?
Toon missed the first game with a foot injury that's going to keep him out 6-10 days. That will wipe away all of the progress he has made so far in camp. The key is how strong he will come back from this minor injury and contribute in the offense. His size will benefit him more than his speed in the pros.
Will Morgan build on the hype he started last preseason and contribute to the team?
The Canton, OH native had an up-and-down game at the field he played his high school and collegiate ball at. He muffed on a punt but recovered, and he also had some nice catches. As long as he is healthy, he is the only one in this group that has deep speed, and that includes Henderson.
Will this be the year that Arrington makes the roster?
Stop me if you've heard this before: This is AA's year!
Yea, excuse me if I'm still not holding my breath going into Year 5 of this project. Arrington has looked good so far in camp, and if he can keep that momentum going, he could have a legit shot at actually contributing.