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New Orleans Saints Versus Carolina Panthers Rapid Reaction


Oct 30, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis (28) and defensive end Brandon Deaderick (95) and cornerback Corey White (24) leave the field after the game. The Saints defeated the Panthers 28-10 at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports – New Orleans Saints Versus Carolina Panthers Rapid Reaction
Given the offensive line woes of the Carolina Panthers, this is a game the New Orleans Saints should have won. There was no way Cam Newton was going to find the time to be accurate, and our defensive line should have dominated. They did admirably while also not showing the entire Saints strategy–reserving something for future contests against other teams. The Panthers are, at present, a less than stellar team. Their front four rotation is incredible but even after Zach Strief went out of the game, the Saints were able to move the ball through a great mixture of runs and passes. Mark Ingram is Drew Brees’ new best friend, and our receivers made some fantastic catches. Put the NFC on notice, the Saints can move the ball, and the secondary is not too shabby. Corey White and Patrick Robinson are coming into their own along with many of our defensive players. The Saints should have every expectation to win more than a few of their remaining games–five of which will come with dOMe field advantage.