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The New Orleans Saints were the only NFL team to select twice in the first round and with them they may have got two of the best value picks so far.
It was a surprise that California defensive end Cameron Jordan would fall to them and with that position being a major area of need, I'm sure they were ecstatic to take him.
In a division that features Drew Brees, the emerging Josh Freeman, and now No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton it's going to be critical to be able to put pressure on the quarterback.
After they secured their edge rusher, they had the opportunity to take the best available player and they did so by trading back into the 1st round for former Heisman Trophy winner Alabama running back Mark Ingram.
Now, even if Pierre Thomas leaves in free agency and Reggie Bush is released due to the massive sum of money he's set to receive, the Saints will have a backup plan.
Moreover, the year that they won the Super Bowl they were 6th in the league in terms of rushing yards. Last year, they were 28th. Big difference and Ingram should bring them back to dominance.