BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
The New Orleans Saints improved to 4-2 with a 27-24 win against the division rival Carolina Panthers, but it wasn’t easy.
Neither team did much to stop the other’s offensive attack in a back-and-forth game, but it was the Saints who made the last, biggest play.
Here are the major takeaways.
The Saints defense deserves very little credit for this win, but it did deliver the biggest play of the game. The Panthers were driving with about two minutes remaining and facing a third and 11 when Marcus Davenport broke through the line to drop Teddy Bridgewater for an eight-yard loss. That forced...