The New Orleans Saints are on the road to square off with the Jacksonville Jaguars, looking to move to 4-0 with Teddy Bridgewater starting.
The worst thing to do is overlook the Jacksonville Jaguars, though. Not only are the Saints on the road, but the Jaguars are a talented team. With a bigger road game next week against the Chicago Bears, this game has all the makings of being a trap game.
Whether or not the Saints are victorious depends on if the team can get past this trap game narrative. On paper, it appears as if the Saints have the talent edge in this game. To determine whether or not that is true, here is out complete roster breakdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Special Teams: Advantage, New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints have one of the best kicking and punting duos in the league with Wil Lutz and Thomas Morstaed. While the Jaguars have a great and reliable kicker in Josh Lambo, the kicking/punting combo still goes to the Saints.
Kick returner Deonte Harris ranks fifth in the NFL in average yards per kickoff return with 25 and fifth in average yards per punt return with 10.6, although he definitely has looked inexperienced at times and has made some mistakes.
Meanwhile, the first Jaguar on the ranking is Dede Westbrook, who is 22nd in the league with four yards per return.