3. Charles Brown:
I think he's an average to below average LT and average to above average RT. Nothing special but a good OL. That being said, I'm hoping Armstead is the answer at LT. That spot is wide open IMO. Don't forget about Smith though. He was a former 1st rounder who didn't pan out in St. Louis and didn't get a chance in NY. Maybe a passing team is where he can excel. I guess we shouldn't forget Jones who was hurt last year too.
4. 3rd and 4th wide receivers:
I'm really high on Stills. Fast and can catch. His highlights are fantastic.
And from what I've read, his dad and uncle were in the NFL and he already knows what kind of work ethic it takes to be a professional. I'm really happy he fell to us.
5. Jimmy Graham It's a contract year for JG. He had a lot of drops and actually lead the league in drops at certain points last year. He needs to step up his game this year if he wants to remain an elite TE.
We have only carried one back up QB into the season under CSP. Which one of these guys can step up and be that guy and who does ST want carrying the clip board and watching/communicating with Brees and CSP during breaks.
7. Bret Ingalls (Offensive Line Coach) When Kromer was handling the head coach duties, the OL play was very poor and you saw a difference as soon as they had a full time position coach. How is Ingalls going to handle a fairly well playing line in his first year in NOLA?