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Galette Doesn’t Understand the Panthers Giving Up on Steve Smith

Saints outside linebacker Junior Galette still doesn’t understand the Panthers decision to replace Steve Smith. Smith, now with the Baltimore Ravens, torched the Saints again this season for 89 yards and a touchdown, Katherine Terrell of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Galette has all the respect in the world for Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, which […]

2012 NFL Week Two Preview – New Orleans at Carolina

Both Cam Newton and Drew Brees were losing QB’s in week one. This week one will wake up Monday morning at 0-2. The Panthers and Saints know each other all too well, and this week the two teams will do battle in Carolina as it will be a big NFC South game that will see […]

Roman Harper fined $15K for hit on Panthers WR Steve Smith

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTqSi5Ajylo&feature=player_embedded Saints safety Roman Harper has been fined $15,000 for the late hit he delivered on Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith in Week five. Harper hit the Cats top target in the end zone following his first quarter touchdown in the Saints’ 30-27 victory last Sunday. Plenty of pushing and shoving ensued between the NFC […]

Brees Rallies the Saints to a 30-27 Win Over Newton and the Panthers

Drew Brees stayed cool when he had to, and despite being down in the fourth quarter, he and the Saints never lost faith, and because of it the Saints rallied for a 30-27 win over rookie Cam Newton and the Panthers. Brees found Pierre Thomas wide open on the right side for a 6-yard touchdown […]

What the Saints Need To Do To Beat the Panthers

With Sunday’s close loss to the Falcons nothing more than a bitter memory, the Saints begin to regroup as they prepare for a second division rival in as many weeks, the Carolina Panthers. As with the Falcons, New Orleans knows that Carolina is a very tough opponent and always has been. A lot better than […]

3 reasons why the Saints are on Upset alert

DeAngelo Williams cannot be overlooked on Sunday. Falcons hangover: This is the perfect time to go into New Orleans and upset the Saints.  Brees’ boys are coming off a game they should have won in OT.  Don’t you think they will be emotionally haywire?  I believe there’s a lingering effect after such a tough loss.  […]