For the fourth time in the last five seasons, the Panthers will close out the season against the division rival Saints, and the only thing on the line for either club is to finish on a positive note. Carolina desperately wants to surpass last year’s win total while New Orleans, disappointed that they will miss the postseason for the first time since 2008, is looking to go 8-8.
The Saints need a win, so do the Panthers but Carolina is at home and showed they may have a defense this year. New Orleans has Drew Brees but a lot of distractions including a somewhat embarrassing loss to the Redskins at home in the season opener.
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Yesterday I previewed the Saturday games and ways to make a few extra peanuts in 2012. Today we are going to look at the Sunday games, some player props I like, and odds for teams to win the Super Bowl. So without further ado, let’s get to it.
The NFL season is in full swing as we finish up week 12 and head into week 13. Fantasy football’s regular season, however, is coming to an end. With week 13 being the end of the regular season in most fantasy leagues, I wanted to go over the fantasy all-star team for 2011. Let’s take a look at who has been an absolute beast this year as we all get ready for the fantasy playoffs.