Saints Game Today: Saints vs. Panthers injury report, schedule, live stream, TV channel and betting preview for Week 2 NFL game

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Saints Injury Report vs Panthers Week 2

The following players have been ruled out for today’s game against Carolina:

Linebacker Kwon Alexander

Defensive End Marcus Davenport

Defensive Back C.J. Gardner-Johnson

Linebacker Chase Hansen

Cornerback Marshon Lattimore

Center Erik McCoy

Linebacker Pete Werner

Marcus Davenport Injury Update

After a lackluster 2020 season, New Orleans is counting on Marcus Davenport to bounce back and be the kind of player he was drafted to be. The former first-round pick sacked Aaron Rodgers for his first sack of the year and is now only half a sack away from tying his entire 2020 season number.

During the game, however, Davenport strained his pectoral muscle and popped up on the injury report. He won’t be playing in this game and has been placed on IR, which is a shame considering the hot start he got off to.

Saints vs Panthers Odds and Betting Pick Week 2

WynnBET has the Saints as 3.5-point favorites as they head into the confines of Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers also won their first game of the season but they had an easier opponent in the Jets while NOLA had to face the reigning MVP and his following of Cheeseheads.

New Orleans is the better team and should win by more than 3.5 points. We predict that the Saints win this one by a score of 27-21.

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What Channel is the Saints Game on Week 2

This matchup will air on FOX with Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston, and Jen Hale as the broadcast team.

Saints vs Panthers Live Stream

Today’s game can be live-streamed on Fubo TV.

Saints Next Game and Schedule

After this game, the Saints remain on the road for a matchup against the Patriots. Here are their next four games.

Week 3: @ New England

Week 4: vs Giants

Week 5: @ Washington

Week 6: BYE

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