3 reasons the New Orleans Saints will dominate the Carolina Panthers
Potentially at full strength
Whether it’s Drew Brees, Marshon Lattimore or Alvin Kamara, the New Orleans Saints haven’t been at full strength in quite a while. However, with Lattimore on the cusp of a return, they may finally get there.
Even with Lattimore, Peat, a starting guard, will still be out. However, it’s easier to replace Peat than it is a top-ten cornerback. To be fair, Lattimore may also sit after being out last week nursing a hamstring injury so his playing is not a guarantee.
The nature of the Saints culture is still the same. People will step up when others go down, and Nick Easton did that. With Easton performing at a high level, this could be one of the best on-field rosters the Saints have had in months.
If they are indeed with Lattimore and all three of their offensive playmakers, expect them to show an aptitude on both sides of the ball.
That said, this should be a three-quarter game.