The NFL Draft is the one time in the year when teams can pick the players they want, and the Saints are no different.
While most of the draft picks aren’t worth anything in the long term, the Saints were able to draft a quarterback that has been a top-10 pick in his rookie year, and one that has shown the potential to become one of the top quarterbacks in the league.
While most quarterbacks will go through some struggles in their first few seasons, Kolb’s rookie season showed that he has the tools to succeed, and he is ready to take his first steps into the league with the Saints.
While the Saints drafted quarterback Garrett Grayson in the second round, he is the best of the bunch at the moment.
Grayson, who is still in the NFL, threw for 4,723 yards and 22 touchdowns last year, a mark that will probably never be topped by anyone in the sport.
Grayson is an incredible athlete, and despite his height and size, is able to use his size to make plays all over the field.
Grayson’s size and athleticism make him very tough to tackle in the pocket, and in the air, as well.
He’s able to change direction in the blink of an eye, and make plays from anywhere on the field at all times.
Grayson has shown that he can beat you off the snap with his arm and is very accurate in the red zone.
While it will take time to fully develop Grayson, the potential is there to be a solid player for years to come.
Kolb’s stats in his first season were better than most of his peers, and his ability to find a way to get the ball to his receivers was something that should have him on the NFL’s radar come draft time.
In 2016, Kolby had four touchdown passes and eight interceptions while completing 60 percent of his passes.
His numbers were even better in 2017, with six touchdowns and four interceptions.
While Kolby didn’t throw as many touchdowns as he did last year with the Eagles, he still managed to throw for 464 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The fact that he completed 63.9 percent of passes with an average of 11.7 yards per attempt in 2017 is a good sign for his long-term potential.
It is still very early in Kolby’s NFL career, but he has already shown that his skill set is far superior to most of what the Saints have to offer.
He has shown a willingness to change directions and is able with his body to make the play that is expected of him.
He is a very capable passer, and has shown flashes of being a top NFL quarterback.
The Saints are confident in the ability of Kolby, and they are willing to pay big money for him to make it happen.
The Saints have had success drafting receivers and offensive linemen, and if they continue to get those two things right, the roster should be much more solid than it is right now.
The team’s offensive line is in great shape, and Kolby is likely to be able to play at a high level this year.
Kolby will be a good backup, and should be able play some meaningful snaps for the Saints this year with his current contract.
He is also a proven winner.
While many of the Saints’ success stories were the product of drafting in the top 10, Kolbs success is the product on the ground.
Kolb ran for over 1,000 yards as a rookie and finished his career with more than 2,000 rushing yards.
He finished his rookie season with 6,076 rushing yards and 28 touchdowns.
In his second season, Kolber broke the franchise rushing record by finishing with 4,638 yards and 29 touchdowns.
He also had 8 interceptions.
The offensive line was in great position last year to allow him to be successful in the passing game, and when you add in his experience and the talent he had as a wide receiver, Kolbr is set to have a huge year.
In addition to being a good fit for the offensive line, Kolbi’s ability to use a big arm to make throws all over field should allow him the opportunity to continue to play as a backup in the future.
He will be one of several quarterbacks that will be able look to him for a big part of the offense, and will likely be an important part of an offense that can win a Super Bowl.
Kolor is a solid prospect and should become a good starter, but is not going to be the first quarterback the Saints draft.
It’s not too early to get excited about the possibility of finding a good QB.
Kelvin Joseph was drafted by the Rams in the fourth round in 2017.
Joseph has already had some success in the Rams offense, as he threw for 1,977 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2016, finishing as the Rams most valuable player.
Joseph is a great athlete and has a strong arm, so he should be a great fit for any offensive line.
The Rams have an outstanding