The New Orleans Saints have finalized the hiring of Klint Kubiak as the team’s next offensive coordinator, following his recent role as the San Francisco 49ers’ passing game coordinator. Kubiak, 37, is highly regarded as one of the most promising young assistant coaches in the NFL and will inherit an offense that averaged 23.6 points and 337.2 yards per game in the 2023 season. This move comes as the Saints aim to revamp their offense and leverage the talents of players like Alvin Kamara, Chris Olave, Rashid Shaheed, and AT Perry.

By the Numbers
  • New Orleans averaged 23.6 points per game (9th in the NFL) and 337.2 yards per game (14th in the NFL) in the 2023 season.
State of Play
  • Klint Kubiak has been hired as the New Orleans Saints' new offensive coordinator.
  • Kubiak will be working with a talented offensive lineup, including Alvin Kamara, Chris Olave, Rashid Shaheed, and AT Perry.
Bottom Line

The Saints' hiring of Klint Kubiak reflects their commitment to revitalizing their offense and making the most of their offensive talent, setting the stage for potential improvement in the upcoming season.