Why The New Orleans Saints Can Repeat As Super Bowl Champions

June 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

People seem to be patting themselves on the back when boldly making the claim that there's no way the Saints can repeat.
Well, that's not actually brave at all. In fact, given the the history of Super Bowl repeats and how statistically unlikely it is, it's a safe bet.

In spite of history, the Saints are actually in a great position to repeat.
There are so many things that get overlooked—things that were overlooked last season, but that were significant in the Saints' emergence as Super Bowl champions.
First of all, it's a fact that the Saints have the NFL's premier offense. They've fielded a top three offense for the past four years. Last season, their offense was ranked number one. Drew Brees led the league in passing TD's with 34 and set an NFL completion record with 70.6 percent.
In addition to the league's best passing offense, the Saints' running game has become one of its strengths. They finished the season ranked number six in rushing yards fro...

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