The Saints might be off to a rough start in 2018. But there are more than a few reasons to assume they bounce back and wind up winning Super Bowl LIII.
In conference with plenty of talent, the New Orleans Saints are one of those teams favored to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LIII. It should come as no surprise that the Saints, who revived themselves last year, can now make the leap and win a championship.
Navigating through their schedule this season won’t be easy at all. New Orleans is tied for second with the hardest schedule in the league — a schedule which will feature the NFC East and NFC South as two of the toughest divisions in football. Not to mention, playing against three championship contenders in the Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams this season as well.
The Saints haven’t exactly got off on the right foot in 2018, losing a flop of a game to the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-40 in Week 1, then barely squeezing by the Cleveland Browns in Week 2.
However, despite the early setbacks and difficulty in their schedule, the Saints will find a way to rise above and win the Super Bowl for a multitude of reasons.
Here are five reasons why.