New Orleans Saints’ recently appointed offensive coordinator, Klint Kubiak, is set to bring a more contemporary offensive style to the team, deviating from the traditional approach familiar to black and gold fans. Having spent time with Kyle Shanahan, the newly hired Saints assistant has generated considerable excitement and discussion.

In a video shared by Nick Underhill of NOFNetwork, the focus is on identifying which Saints players stand to gain the most from Kubiak’s influence. Star safety Tyrann Mathieu expressed his belief on social media that the entire Saints roster will benefit from the change at offensive coordinator.

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There is a genuine expectation that players like Alvin Kamara and Chris Olave will experience an increase in their production. Additionally, the potential of dynamic playmaker Rashid Shaheed adds further optimism. Drawing parallels with Shanahan’s ability to distribute the ball among various players like Christian McCaffrey and Deebo Samuel, there is confidence that Kubiak can replicate this strategy in New Orleans.

Over the past two seasons, the Saints have struggled with slow starts, often placing their defense in challenging situations. The defense would regroup and perform better in the second half, but the offense couldn’t mount a comeback. With the anticipated stability and modernization of the offense under Kubiak, both the team and its players believe that this shift will positively impact every aspect of the Saints on the field.

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