New Orleans Saints
It had to come to an end sooner or later, but the Carolina Panthers did not think that their eight-game win streak would come crashing down like it did on Sunday night. The New Orleans Saints rebounded big time from their bad loss last week and took it to the Panthers in the Superdome.
The Carolina Panthers will need to try and attack the rushing defense of the New Orleans Saints as Rob Ryan won’t let an opposing passing game thrash them again. With that, the Panthers will get one running back returning to the field while another will likely sit on the sidelines.
Lead NFC South writer for Bleacher Report Knox Bardeen joined Yarbs and Stan to talk about the huge game between the Panthers and the Saints on Sunday. What do the Panthers have to do to […]
NFL Network Analyst Heath Evans stopped by to discuss the Panthers and Saints game in N.O. on Sunday. We also go around the league to look at some other match ups. Should Gary Kubiak have […]
Panthers coach Ron Rivera sees one potential flaw with his team’s stellar defensive play so far this season. “Apparently we like to bite on the double moves,” Rivera said.
The Carolina Panthers may not have been worried if the New Orleans Saints had taken down the league-leading Seattle Seahawks. Instead, the Saints got blown out and then got stranded in Seattle overnight and now the Panthers will be playing a team that is looking for redemption.
The Carolina Panthers are surprising everyone this season, and that includes their division rivals in the NFC South. One of the biggest games of the year awaits them as they head to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to take on Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
The Carolina Panthers are playing so well that the NFL wants them to be seen on a national stage. Due to that, and the success of the New Orleans Saints, an upcoming game has been moved to prime time for the whole world to see.
The NFL has switched the Carolina Panthers’ game at New Orleans against the Saints on Dec. 8 from early afternoon to an 8:30 ET kickoff on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football.”
I was 1-4 my last time out making picks, but don’t be hesitant in taking my advice. I’m still the dang man when it comes to picking winners. I can guarantee you I won’t do any worse than […]