I'm Matt Williamson with yard barker here to talk about the Carolina Panthers traveling to New Orleans this week to play the Saints.
States are coming off their bye and should have Michael Thomas back in the lineup.
He's been missed, to say the least, Um, when really ****yzing these teams on a yard per play basis and a lot of different facets, they're quite similar on both sides of the ball.
Thus far, just two offenses do a better job of possessing the football than Carolina this year.
And it has been Mike Davis, totally assuming the Christian McCaffrey every down roll.
Davis rarely leaves the field and is getting a big chunk of his yardage on his own.
Without a lot of help from his blockers will be really, really interesting to see what happens with McAfee returns.
Um, Teddy Bridgewater's had a fine season.
He's been pretty good, but clearly he's doing his better work against lesser defense's tougher defense.
It give him trouble when he's carved up the bad ones.
Are the Saints a tough matchup though their defense? That's a good question.
I tend to think so.
However, however, I mean thus far, quarterbacks been putting up massive games this year against the Saints defense.
But New Orleans run defense has been very impressive.
I tend to think they'll get it right, and coming out of the buying might help this defense a lot.
Penalties have also been a big problem for the Saints defense.
Panthers have a pair excellent receivers and D.
Moore and Robby Anderson, and Anderson is basically grabbed the top receiver spot this year.
He's been really, really good for the Panthers, although the young Panthers defense isn't really impressive on paper White yet they haven't allowed much production two quarterbacks and wide receivers.
But running backs have had really big games against the Panthers, though, and Alvin Kamara could could cause them immense problems.
I mean, in all facets, this might be the worst run defense in the league, and New Orleans could look to play this one kind of close to the close to the best.
And, you know, Panthers also done a really nice job of eliminating the deep ball, so it could be a lot of dinking and dunking and running from jewelries and company.
The Panthers air averaging only 0.
8 sacks per game, which is about the worst in the league, but there, But they are getting some pressure on quarterbacks.
When you watch the tape, you see them being a little more disruptive than those sack numbers would indicate.
That being said, coming off their bye, I expect the Saints that have worked some of the kinks out, both sides, the ball.
I think their prime to come on a bit of a go on A bit of a run here, reestablished themselves, one of the top teams in the league.
I like the Saints 30 Carolina 20 right in that neighborhood.
I am Matt Williamson with yard Barker.