New Orleans Saints
The past 5 days gave us some interesting and disappointing results. Here is a quick look back at some of the more memorable outcomes plus my top 10 in NCAA and NFL and upcoming picks.
After watching the Panthers embarrass themselves against the NY Giants, lets re-live some of the worst losses in team history.
Panthers’ players, coaches, and fans will join teams from the other side this weekend in hoping three clubs outside the NFC South can come away with wins against the Buccaneers, Falcons and Saints. Root, root, root for those guys playing our division rivals.
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On Thursday night the sports world will turn its attention to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC as the Carolina Panthers host the defending Super Bowl Champions the New York Giants.
When the Panthers have an effective running game they are hard to beat, and they proved it against the Saints. DeAngelo Williams got his sidekick, Jonathan Stewart, back in the lineup and the duo combined for 120 of Carolina’s 219 yards on the ground helping QB Cam Newton knock off the New Orleans Saints to even their record at 1-1.
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It’s hard to say it is a must-win game in Week 2 but for the Panthers and Saints, going 0-2 is not an option. Carolina may need it more because it would be two straight losses to a divisional foe. New Orleans simple needs a victory to take their minds off all the other distractions.
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.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton usually has one thing on his mind – offense – but he reached out and patted his defense on the back. Head coach Ron Rivera doesn’t want to hear any revenge talk about the Saints running up the score in the final game of 2011 and simply told his team that if they don’t like it, do something about it.