ESPN's Panther writer predicting a Saints sweep of Panthers next year
Posted 25 April 2014 - 12:36 PM
Oct. 30 New Orleans -- I don't anticipate another third-quarter monsoon to slow down the Saints at Bank of America Stadium this time. New Orleans 24, Carolina 17 (L, 5-4)
Nov. 10 at Philadelphia -- Funny, a big deal was made about how dreadful Carolina would be after losing its top four receivers. The Eagles lost two better ones in DeSean Jacksonand Jason Avant (Panthers) and the panic button wasn't pushed. Philadelphia 20, Carolina 14 (L, 5-5)
Nov. 16 Atlanta -- I'm still not convinced Atlanta has upgraded enough on defense to win consistently on the road.Carolina 24, Atlanta 20 (W, 6-5)
Nov. 23 Bye -- A much-needed breather after that stretch.
Nov. 30 at Minnesota -- This one will be played outdoors at the University of Minnesota home field while the Vikings' new stadium is being built. The average temperature for that day, according to Google, is 33 degrees. Brrr. Minnesota 20, Carolina 17 (L, 6-6)
Dec. 7 at New Orleans -- The Saints have averaged 38 points a game at home against Carolina in their last three meetings. New Orleans 31, Carolina 21 (L, 6-7)
Posted 25 April 2014 - 12:38 PM
Posted 25 April 2014 - 12:56 PM
Those who can't play, coach, Those who can't coach, scout. Those who can't scout remember the time they scored 4 touchdowns in one game playing high school football. The ones who aren't Al Bundy, write crap like this for ESPN.
Posted 26 April 2014 - 07:01 AM
let's also forget that the saints were humiliated in an air conditioned bubble that probably had fewer attendees than a typical tractor pull the week before
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