The Saints have a shot at the rare and ridiculous NFL feat in 2022

A New Orleans Saints helmet is seen on the field before the game between the New Orleans Saints and the Jacksonville Jaguars on October 13, 2019 at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.
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The New Orleans Saints are not leaving any chance.

That’s why they drafted Chris Olav and signed Jarvis Landry to join their receiving corps with Michael Thomas.

Having that wide trio will help Alvin Camara to focus more on their ongoing game.

In defense, they have signed Tyrone Matthews who will join DeMario Davis, Marcus Davenport, Marson Latimore and Cameron Jordan.

Led by new head coach Dennis Allen, the post-season will be less frustrating for Berth.

After all, they made the playoffs from 2017 to 2020 and rarely missed it last year.

The Saints found it difficult to maintain their play-off streak as Thomas and James Winston were injured.

But getting those players back increases their chances of the Los Angeles Rams becoming NFC and Super Bowl champions.

Although that scene is still a few months away, the saints have a chance to achieve a strange feat.

Sunday Night Football tweeted on NBC, “# Saints have the chance to be the first team in #NFL history to beat all 5 Bird franchises in the same season.”

However, achieving this milestone will not be easy as the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles play off-caliber.

They could win one or two games against the Atlanta Falcons, unless Cordrell Patterson and Kyle Pitts have other plans.

Meanwhile, losing to the Seattle Seahawks would be a huge disappointment.

The saints want to win the games

Achieving this rare feat will go a long way towards the return of glory in 2022.

However, they will trade the sweep to have a shot at the Super Bowl.

It has been more than a decade since the Indianapolis won the Super Bowl XLIV against the Colts.

If all goes well on both sides of the ball, the Saints have a strong chance to play in Arizona for Super Bowl LVII like Jordan. Announced.

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