The New Orleans Saints have helped win a lot of fantasy football leagues in recent years, but it’s going to be fascinating to see how the next era works out without Drew Brees running the offense. Outside of Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas, there isn’t much high-end talent available for fantasy team managers this season.
One way of managing offseason expectations is checking in on average draft position (ADP), which is the aggregated results of many different fantasy football team drafts and mock drafts over the course of the year. Each player’s selection from every scenario is averaged out to see where they’re being selected compared to their peers. It’s a useful tool.
So let’s run through the latest figures and see where various Saints players clock in. Keep in mind that these rankings are based off of standard scoring projections, not points per reception (PPR) or other variants.