2. New Orleans Saints
Without question, the New Orleans Saints are fortunate enough to have one of the league’s top wide receivers in Michael Thomas when looking at the ridiculous numbers the former Ohio State star puts up each season.
And while the Saints certainly came up big in free agency by bringing a key veteran in Emmanuel Sanders on board to provide some much-needed depth, New Orleans could arguably still use some additional help.
Part of the problem in New Orleans last season was the inconsistent play Drew Brees saw from his receivers behind Thomas, as this happened to be one of the main reasons behind the team losing right away in the playoffs to the Minnesota Vikings.
The addition of Sanders will certainly help Brees in a big way in the passing game as another reliable target, but once again as far as the options beyond the veteran and Thomas are concerned, this is still somewhat of a mystery for the Saints heading into 2020.
Arcega-Whiteside certainly didn’t make the expected impact as a rookie, but with the opportunity to lose from one of the best in Brees, maybe this is just what the young wideout needs at this stage in his career.