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😮 Ryan Nielson out vs Panthers!

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Man I hate for him to not be there. Especially with the injuries to our defense.

Drew Brees on the Dan Patrick Show

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Here's a snippet from the show:


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CFB Week 3: Where were the Saints scouts watching?

  • News source: John Sigler
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The New Orleans Saints scouting staff traveled all over the nation for the third week of the college football season, visiting a range of stadiums to look for the next great NFL draft prospects. Some of the games their scouts hit up this week were higher profile than others, but they’re known for finding diamonds in the rough. And remember: just because the Saints sent a scout to a game, it doesn’t mean they’ll end up drafting anyone who played that day. It’s just another data point in a months-long process. Here’s where reports linked the Saints scouts on Saturday:
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Report: Saints targeted Kyle Fuller, Stephon Gilmore before Bradley Roby trade

  • News source: John Sigler
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It’s no secret that the New Orleans Saints worked around the clock to find an upgrade at cornerback this summer. Their efforts started in free agency, when Richard Sherman wouldn’t settle for their offered price. It continued into the 2021 NFL draft, when New Orleans attempted to trade into the top-10. And talks continued into training camp, where NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Saints made overtures for several proven veterans before ultimately landing Bradley Roby.

Rapoport clarified that the Saints offered the Denver Broncos “a really solid draft pick” for Kyle Fuller, though...
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Saints vs Panthers could go either way, sports writers say; here are some predictions

  • News source: New Orleans Saints - WWL TV
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NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans Saints fans weren't the only ones surprised by their 38-3 victory over the Green Bay Packers in the first regular-season game of the 2021 season, and many sports pundits across the country had predicted a win for Green Bay — after all the Saints were five-point underdogs.

This week, New Orleans will play on the road against the Carolina Panthers, and here are a few predictions for the game. The Saints have won the last 4 games against the panthers. New Orleans is favored by three points.

New Orleans will have eight coaches unable to attend Sunday's game against...
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CSC’s Fantasy Start/Sit, Saints vs. Panthers

  • News source: Hayden Reel
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Marshon Lattimore is expected to miss multiple weeks after undergoing thumb surgery this week. Robby Anderson was quietly one of the better receivers in 2020, and is still a big factor in the Panthers offense this year. He did only have one catch in Week 1, but it did go for a 57 yard touchdown. Due to the lack of depth at corner for the Saints, and the fact that DJ Moore will draw most of the top coverage assignments for New Orleans, Robby Anderson is set up to have a decent week in Carolina.

Johnson had an impressive debut at tight end in Week 1, catching his first two career touchdowns...
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Saints vs. Panthers: Game Time, TV, Radio, Online Streaming, Mobile, and Odds

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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The Saints face the Panthers in Charlotte today in the first NFC South matchup for both teams this season. The winner of this one has an early advantage in the division, so it is important for the Saints to come out strong in this one. If the Saints put forth the type of effort they did in Week 1, this could be a very good week as well.

The easiest way to watch NFL action on your TV, smartphone, or streaming device is through fuboTV. fuboTV provides you access to live sports and TV without cable. You get access to all of the major networks including CBS, NBC, FOX, and now ESPN! ACCESS...
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Saints Fantasy Football: Start 'Em or Sit 'Em - Week 2

  • News source: Brendan Boylan
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The Fantasy Football season is underway, and congratulations to all that began the new year on the right foot, bringing home a win in Week 1. However, remember it is a long season, and plenty of roster changes will occur throughout your league with injuries and surprising benchings from across the NFL.

When it comes to the New Orleans Saints, three players stood out from the rest of the Black and Gold for fantasy owners in Week 1.

This week I am looking at three total Saints, one to start, one to sit, and one to add to your roster, in Week 2 of the season.

Start 'Em: Jameis Winston (4th...
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Outsider’s Perspective: The battle of the trenches could decide which NFC South team goes 2-0

  • News source: Chris Conner13
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The New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers square off Week two after defensive dominating performances in Week one. And honestly, that isn’t where the comparisons end. They both have Quarterbacks who were drafted high and are on their second team in seemingly better situations than they left at the time. Both teams have talent all over their defense but are lead by their defensive lines. And last but not least, both the Saints and Panthers have all-world running backs that have helped change backfield expectations around the NFL.

So week two will bring a little bit more clarity towards...
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Saints vs. Panthers Pregame Report - Week 2

  • News source: John Hendrix
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It's been another interesting week for the New Orleans Saints, to say the least. They're going to be down some players and coaches, but still have an important Week 2 meeting with the Carolina Panthers on their hands. Here's how to follow all of the action today, as well as some useful information ahead of kickoff.

All-Time Series: Saints lead the regular season series 27-25 and have won the past four matchups. They also have a playoff victory against the Panthers from the 2017 season.

Where to Watch: FOX (12:00 p.m. CT), Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston, Jennifer Hale (field reporter)

Where...
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Saints at Panthers: Here are odds, betting line, injuries, trends for Week 2

  • News source: By ZACH EWING | Staff Writer
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Two NFC South rivals coming off successful Week 1 performances meet Sunday in Charlotte, North Carolina, when the New Orleans Saints meet the Carolina Panthers.

The Saints thumped the Green Bay Packers 38-3 in their season opener last week, winning as underdogs for the ninth time in their past 11 tries.

The Panthers also won their opener, topping the New York Jets 19-14. If you go by the closing spread, that was a victory against the spread for Carolina; early in the week the Jets were available at +6.

The teams are tied with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers atop the NFC South at 1-0. The Bucs...
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Saints vs. Panthers predictions: Our staff makes its picks

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How does the NOLA.com Saints beat team see Sunday's game against the Panthers going?

Here's a look at this week's expert picks.

When: Sunday, Sept. 19 (Noon CT)

Series record: Saints lead, 28-25

Last meeting: Jan. 2021, Saints win, 33-7

Panthers in 2020: 1-0, T-1st in NFC South

Saints in 2021: 1-0, T-1st in NFC South

Jeff Duncan — Season record: 1-0

Saints 23, Panthers 9

Everything went the Saints' way last week. It won't be nearly as easy this week, especially with so many defensive starters out. This feels like a low-scoring defensive slugfest, with the Saints wearing down...
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Saints vs. Panthers: How to watch, storylines ahead of week two matchup

  • News source: BY DEVIN JACKSON | Staff writer
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After a dominant win last Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, the New Orleans Saints continue their road journey to take on the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte.

New starting quarterback Jameis Winston put on a clinic, throwing for five touchdowns in their 38-3 rout. The defense forced two Packers interceptions and only allowed 229 total yards of offense.

Meanwhile, the Panthers, who also coincidentally have a new quarterback this season in former New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold, are coming off a win against the Jets 19-14 in a game the Panthers controlled until late. They enter...
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Two More: Saints coaches Ryan Nielsen, Brian Young to miss Panthers game due to COVID-19 protocols

  • News source: Justin Macione
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Ryan Nielsen (assistant head coach/defensive line) and Brian Young (pass rush specialist) will not be in attendance at Sunday’s game due to Covid-19 protocols, the team announced Saturday, Sept. 18. Nielsen’s and Young’s duties will be divided among the defensive staff.

On Friday, the team announced the following coaches would not be coaching against the Panthers (1-0): Jim Chaney (offensive analyst), Declan Doyle (offensive assistant), Phil Galiano (assistant special teams), Curtis Johnson (senior offensive assistant/wide receivers), Dan Roushar (run game coordinator/tight ends) and Joel...
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Saints Saturday Roster Moves and Coaching Changes in Week 2

  • News source: Kyle T. Mosley
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The New Orleans Saints announced several roster moves and coaching changes on Saturday. Assistant head coach/defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen and pass-rush specialist Brian Young will not make the trip to Carolina for Week 2's game due to Covid-19 protocols. The team reports Nielsen's and Young's duties will be covered by the remainder of the defensive coaching staff.

The team will be down another linebacker was Chase Hansen joins Kwon Alexander on injured reserve. New Orleans countered the move by elevating linebacker Wynton McManis from the practice squad.

Defensive back Jordan...
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Report: Saints to let Terron Armstead test free agency in 2022

  • News source: John Sigler
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Well that’s disconcerting. We’ve known the New Orleans Saints had been preparing for the possibility of life without Terron Armstead, but now we’ve got news that it could be more likely than not. Losing their All-Pro left tackle would be very difficult to recover from.

ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported Saturday that the Saints are effectively finished negotiating big-money contract extensions this season after signing star cornerback Marshon Lattimore to a five-year deal, months after right tackle Ryan Ramczyk was also extended. Here’s what Fowler wrote:

Fowler has been on top of Saints news...
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Short-handed Saints must contain fully armed and operational Christian McCaffrey

  • News source: John Sigler
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It’s been a while since the New Orleans Saints got a good look at Christian McCaffrey. The superstar running back missed both games with the black and gold last season due to injury, and he only touched the ball 16 times in the previous season finale before getting pulled from the game with most of Carolina’s starters. The Saints haven’t seen McCaffrey at full strength in a meaningful game since before Thanksgiving 2019.

That’s far from the case this time. McCaffrey is back in good health after missing 13 games last year with a high-ankle sprain plus shoulder and quadriceps issues, and...
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Two more members of Saints’ staff out because of COVID-19 protocols

  • News source: Michael David Smith
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Two more members of the Saints’ staff will be unavailable for Sunday’s game because of issues related to COVID-19.

The Saints announced today that assistant head coach/defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen and pass rush specialist Brian Young will not be in attendance at Sunday’s game at Carolina.

Nielsen and Young join six other coaches who had already been ruled out: Jim Chaney (offensive analyst), Declan Doyle (offensive assistant), Phil Galiano (assistant special teams), Curtis Johnson (senior offensive assistant/wide receivers), Dan Roushar (run game coordinator/tight ends) and Joel...
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