It's a bit of a surprise as Jameis Winston was fully expected to be under-center in relief of Drew Brees. Instead, the team will turn to the 30-year-old wildcat specialist. Hill has been waiting in the wings for an opportunity to play at length and had to watch from the sidelines as Teddy Bridgewater played his 2019 backup role into a new 2020 contract with the Panthers. In his career, Hill has attempted only 18 passes, completing 10 for 205 yards and a single interception. Expect the four-year veteran to bring a dynamic element to the position while under center while it's unclear how quick of a 'hook' head coach Sean Payton will have should he struggle. Hill, who signed a large two-year $21M deal early in 2020 to become the second-highest paid back up, behind only Jacoby Brissett, will be an unrestricted free agent in 2022 and has a lot riding on his starting status. He's found as DLF's QB46 and should be rostered in deeper formats on the chance he develops into a starter over time.