It's a fantastic landing spot for Sanders, who recently turned 33. The Saints get a veteran presence to start across from Michael Thomas and Sanders gets a legitimate shot at a Super Bowl run in 2021 and 2022. He's struggled with injuries over his past four years and was shipped from Denver to San Francisco in mid 2019 when the Broncos had fallen from playoff contention. On the year, Sanders hauled in 66 receptions for 869 and five touchdowns, mustering only two 100 yard performances over ten weeks with the 49ers, though San Francisco is well known as a run-based team. Now on the receiving end of passes from Drew Brees, Sanders has a real chance at legitimate production in his age-33 season and DLF's WR59 will be an intriguing acquisition target for depth on competing dynasty teams.