2011 NFL Power Rankings: The New Orleans Saints Ready for Playoff Run
The NFC South Will Be A Very Competitive Division
The New Orleans Saints were upset by the Seattle Seahawks in the Wildcard game last season. The way the Saints drafted, they want to make sure it never happens again.
The Saints drafted a new pass rusher, Cameron Jordan; a new running back, Mark Ingram; and a new linebacker, Martez Wilson.
Wilson's job will be to stop runners like Marshawn Lynch from exploding through and getting a touchdown in key situations.
The Saints are re-armed and ready to fight. The NFC South is going to be a fun division to watch if there ever are any games again.
Just ahead of the Saints at No. 5 are the Indianapolis Colts. As long as Peyton Manning is the quarterback, the Colts are in contention.
The Colts drafted two big offensive lineman, an attempt to make sure Manning is not spending as much time on the run as he did in 2010.
The Colts also got Drake Nevis, who projects to be a great addition to the Colts defensive line as well as running back Delone Carter to add another dimension to the offense.
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