• Scott Says: Doomed seasons for Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints will end in Superdome

    Summary of 11 articles · Updated Dec 31, 2012
    New Orleans is also playing well now, but was likewise doomed by a poor start. Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams didn't know going into Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints what his feature would hold. Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns and fullback Mike Tolbert scored on three 1-yard touchdown runs to pace the Panthers to their second victory over the Saints this season. DeAngelo Williams had a record-setting day in what might have been his final game with the Panthers. Why the gratuitous Los Angeles reference? Because: I like gratuitous references; I don’t like being around panicky people; and a Los Angeles NFL team has been as likely to win as a New York NFL team has.
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    • Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams rushes for career-high 210 yards against New Orleans Saints

      Williams breaks franchise single-game rushing record
      Source: nola.com
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  • Panthers beat Saints to leave both teams 7-9

    The Saints know they’re getting their coach back next year. The Panthers can’t be sure of that yet. Both teams finished the season 7-9 after a 44-38 Panthers win in the Superdome, a back-and-forth affair which featured 971 yards of combined offense. N
    • New Orleans Saints end season at 7-9 after 44-38 loss to Carolina Panthers

      Saints blow lead with ugly second-half performance
      Source: nola.com
    • Wrap-up: Panthers 44, Saints 38

      Thoughts on the Carolina Panthers’ 44-38 victory over the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday: What it means: This was a fitting end to the Saints’ season. A defense that set an NFL record for yards allowed in a season was abso
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      In meaningless games, the only thing that makes it interesting sometimes is the tracking of oddball records. And as they’ve stormed to a 10-0 lead, the Panthers are on the verge of making the Saints the worst defense of all time. The Saints entered the
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