On other hand cam only had 4 of his 13 drives go for more than 5 yards total, the first he ended on redzone interception, the second which was the hand off to Williams on first play for TD, a short 44 yard drive for a FG that consisted of one throw, and final 3 throws for win.
In contrast Brees moved the ball on 10 of 14 drives, but Armsteads 4 sacks and 2 false starts in first half stopped 5 drives.
First meeting was a blowout, second meeting Saints dominated the game and lost in final 30 seconds. I love our chances in a 3rd meeting, even in BOA.
You're a moron, seriously. It's like you really just don't know anything about football and just look at stat sheets afterwards.
Here's some important stats for you:
Number of Saints plays ran: 81
Number of Panthers plays ran: 44
Saints TOP: 38:48
Panthers TOP: 21:12
So you're telling me despite holding onto the ball twice as long and running twice as many plays... you only scored 13 goddamn points? I'm honestly fuging amazed by that. That's either fuging pathetic on your part, or our defense had a performance for the ages - especially considering it was against the Saints' "High-Powered Top Ranked Offense" we've heard so much about all season.
And quit trying to discredit the sacks we got on you as if Cam didn't take his share of sacks as well. Instead of blaming the rookie Armstead for going up against Hardy, blame what a retarded fuging decision it was by Payton to start him. Do I need to remind you we have a backup DT starting on our offensive line who has never played o line before? Get outta here with that.
Lol at you mentioning Cam's redzone interception (that was entirely catchable, but tipped by Ginn) but completely ignoring Brees' TWO interceptions that were completely within range of both our LBers to make plays on them and just overall bad decision-making from Brees. Jeeze you're stupid.
There's more to a team than offense, especially considering our team is defense first. Always has been and that's what we've invested in.