Since Drew Brees came to town, the Saints have been known for their high-powered vertical offense. Now backed by an electric run game and stout defense, the Saints have balance throughout their roster.
Not much to say here other than Drew Brees is good. His Throw Power is still perfectly adequate and his accuracy numbers are outstanding. There’s no better QB under pressure.
The Saints have a powerful ground game with HBs Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram II. Kamara is faster, more agile with stick moves, and has better catch ratings down the board. Ingram has a bit more power, and remains an excellent HB on the field and some great trade bait in Franchise.
Mike Thomas doesn’t get enough credit for being an elite WR. In Madden, he doesn’t have the game-breaking stick moves of others, but his reliable hands and fantastic route running numbers make him essential to this offense.
Cameron Jordan is more of the prototypical DE, who might not be fast but has a fair amount of power. His Power Move and Play Recognition fall only behind Aaron Donald among DEs.
Marshon Lattimore is the Saints’ man coverage specialist. He’s fast enough that not even elite WRs can get much separation on him, and he excels in all types of coverage.
To top everything off, Demario Davis protects the middle section of the field with ease. Fairly balanced down the board, Davis has a decent Finesse Move when on the attack and has a high Tackle rating. Try to keep him to zone assignments.