The Saints are coming off their best game of the year after hammering Green Bay 44-23. However, they have not won a road game this year. The Panthers are hoping to continue that trend, and they will be bringing back a familiar face in running back DeAngelo Williams.
The NFC South has often been looked at as one of the power divisions in the NFL, but that is the furthest thing from the truth this year. At the midway point of the season, not a single team is over the .500 mark, and now the struggling Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints will play for first place.
The Carolina Panthers just can’t seem to get back on track, and they are fading at the worst time imaginable. They’re in the middle of one of the hardest stretches of games in the entire NFL, and now the surging New Orleans Saints are coming to town.
With the last three weeks delivering a 1-2 record with two blowout losses and a huge comeback needed for the win, the Carolina Panthers have to right the track somehow. They’re going to have to do it fast too because the next five games are one of the toughest of any team in the entire NFL this season.
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It’s a poorly-kept secret that the Seattle Seahawks don’t mind taking a penalty flag or two for pass interference or defensive holding in exchange for five or six no-calls on borderline plays. Supposedly, the NFL will be cracking down on physical play in the defensive backfield. If true-and that’s a big if-it could mean even bigger numbers for the quarterbacks.
The NFC South is poised to be one of the toughest divisions in football for the upcoming season. If you’re looking for parity in football look no farther than here. Since its inception in 2002, all four teams have won the division three times, and no team has won it twice in a row.
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It may not be the Beast Quake, but Marshawn Lynch had another great game against New Orleans in the Playoffs as Seattle was able to outlast the Saints 23-15 and advance to the NFC Conference Finals next weekend.