The night before Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis, the Saints and Rams cleaned up on individual awards, while surely lamenting missing out on the ultimate award the next day. A year from now, one of those loaded, on-the-rise NFC teams will have much more to celebrate in Atlanta at Super Bowl 53. Very early congratulations are in order for … Sean Payton, Drew Brees and the Saints. Separated from possibly playing in this year’s game by a Minneapolis Miracle, the Saints will withstand supernatural interventions, as well as the Rams, and walk away with the second Lombardi Trophy in franchise history and of the storied Payton-Brees collaboration. Joining in to take them over the top will be the offensive and defensive rookies of the year from Saturday night, Alvin Kamara and Marshon Lattimore, respectively.
Why Saints will reach, win 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta
Sporting News | Feb 5