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Saints vs. Panthers game info: What: New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers When: Thursday at 7:25 p.m. CT Where: Bank of America Stadium TV: NBC, NFL Network, Twitter. The Carolina Panthers had their two-game winning streak snapped in Week 10. If they can’t get back on track in a Thursday Night Football showdown with the New Orleans Saints, it may squash any hope of defending their NFC title.
Carolina stumbled out of the gate to a 1-5 record, but two straight wins had Cam Newton and his team hopeful they could follow Kansas City’s 2015 lead and rally all the way to the playoffs. Those hopes took a blow — coincidentally against a red-hot Chiefs team — in a 20-17 collapse at home last week. The Panthers led 17-0 late in the second quarter
The Panthers (3-6) host the Saints (4-5) on “Thursday Night Football” in a rematch of Week 6, a game the Saints won 41-38. Now, with just five games left in the regular season, both Carolina and New Orleans are basically in must-win territory from here on out. Based on history, 3-6 outfits have a 3 percent chance making the postseason, according to Pro-Football-Reference.com. And in terms of the 2016 season, the Panthers are looking at slightly better odds; FiveThirtyEight.com pegs their postseason chances at 9 percent, based on the rest of the league, and there’s even a 5 percent chance they can still win the NFC South.
The Carolina Panthers are 3-6, but the reigning NFC Champions aren’t out of the playoff hunt yet. With experts leaning towards Cam Newton in a Thursday Night Football matchup against New Orleans, their quest to defend that title should last at least one more week.
The loss left the Saints at 4-5 and sliding down the competitive NFC playoff ladder. A win on Thursday could help separate Drew Brees and his high-powered offense from a group of 4-5 teams that includes Green Bay, Tampa Bay, and Los Angeles. Whoever wins on Thursday will probably be the last offense to hold the ball. Both teams have generated plenty of points but struggled to stop opponents in 2016, suggesting we’re in for a shootout in primetime. No team in the nation gains more yards per game than the Saints