Three takeaways from the New Orleans Saints Week 2 defeat at the hands of the Carolina Panthers.
In a dismal loss to NFC South rival Carolina, New Orleans still had a few positive performances.
Sunday ended up being one of the worst Saints losses and outputs in the Sean Payton era. We unpack the snap counts and take a closer look at Week 2's loss to the Panthers.
The second injury report of Week 3 is out for the Saints, which gives us some more encouraging news on potential player availability.
After being dominated up front in a week two loss, can New Orleans establish their running game and maintain offensive balance against an improved New England defense?
The Saints and Patriots square off for the 15th time in their franchise history, and New Orleans has won only one of those games since 1998.
The first injury report of Week 3 is out for the Saints, as they are in much better shape to start off the week.
The New Orleans Saints game report card for the team's performance in the Panthers game.
Penalties and sloppy play lead to an ugly Week 2 loss in Charlotte, as the Panthers pounce on the Saints.
New Orleans Saints halftime report in Week 2.
NFL top five teams in Week 2 power rankings.
7 Saints are inactive for Week 2's NFC South matchup against the Panthers, which includes some secondary hits to Marshon Lattimore and C.J. Gardner-Johnson.
Saints News Network's Fantasy Analyst Brendan Boylan provides his thoughts on New Orleans Saints to start and sit in fantasy leagues for Week 2.
It's only the second week of the NFL season, and the deck is once again stacked against the Saints. Here's how to keep up with all the action as they take on the Panthers in Charlotte on Sunday.
The New Orleans Saints announced several roster moves and coaching changes on Saturday
New Orleans Saints placed two star defenders on injured reserve and signed two players to 53-man roster.
The Saints will be shorthanded in more ways than one on Sunday when they take on the Panthers, as five players were ruled out of action.
Will a suffocating New Orleans run defense be able to silence Carolina's best offensive weapon, Christian McCaffrey, and make their division rival one-dimensional?
Jameis Winston had a spectacular debut as the New Orleans starting quarterback. Will Winston follow that up with another strong performance against division rival Carolina?