By Garland Gillen
NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - Much like the LSU-Oklahoma matchup on Saturday, the final result of the Saints-Panthers was apparent in the first half. The Black and Gold absolutely crushed the Carolina Panthers, 42-10, to end the regular season 13-3.
The Saints currently own the 3-seed in the NFC. They can move up to the 2-seed with a Seahawks win over the Niners. The Packers beat the Lions, 23-20, to seal up a bye next weekend.
The Saints clinched a first-round bye courtesy of the Detroit Lions beating the Green Bay Packers, 20-13. New Orleans is currently a 2-seed, but could move up to a 1-seed if the Seahawks beat the Niners on Sunday night.
Alvin Kamara found the end zone twice in the first quarter. Kamara scored from 15 yards out, and 1-yard out to give the Saints a 14-0 lead. ...
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