The NFC South was the laughing of the league last season, but the New Orleans Saints are ready to bounce back and reclaim its spot atop the division. Under Sean Payton, New Orleans has always vied for the NFC South division crown, which should not keep New Orleans out of contention long.
New Orleans completely remade its offense during the off-season and is armed with two first round picks in the 2015 NFL Draft. To the dismay of Drew Brees, New Orleans traded away its top two offensive playmakers, Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills. New Orleans did receive a first round pick and center Max Unger from the Seattle Seahawks, but Graham is one of the true difference makers in the league. New Orleans also opted to re-sign Mark Ingram and add CJ Spiller. Entering the 2015 season, On the secondary market, New Orleans’ most expensive home game will be in Week 4 tilt against the Dallas Cowboys. The game will be the Sunday Night Football game. The get-in price for Saints vs Cowboys is currently $224. New Orleans has owned Dallas in recent years, but expect for these two teams to engage in a hard fought contest that will likely be decided by the more prominent rushing attack.
The least expensive Saints tickets this season will come in the home finale in Week 16 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Saints vs Jaguars tickets have a get-in price of just $86.
New Orleans is clearly focused on building a power rushing attack to protect its vulnerable defense. The Saints do have two first round picks and will likely use both picks on defense. New Orleans may have an opportunity to draft troubled, but talented defensive end, Randy Gregory with one of its two picks.