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We are officially past the half of the 2014-15 NFL regular season, and we just can´t keep our eyes off the screen TVs, tablets, laptops and newspapers; the football powerhouses´action continue to deliver unimaginable surprises as it happened on Monday night when the Redskins swept off the unbeatable Cowboys at their home stadium.

WEEK 9 of the NFL regular season opens up with a clash between the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers at the Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers as the hosts come from two consecutive losses to the Packers and the Seahawks and a tie during overtime to the Bengals.

Here is a short video on the Saints´injury report after this weekend’s action and Sunday’s 13-9 loss to Seattle

The Panthers are 28th in the league in red-zone offense, having scored touchdowns on just 46.2 percent (12 of 26) of their drives inside the opponent’s 20. “We’ve been close. We’ve just got to finish things,” Coach Rivera said. “We get in the red zone, you’d like to score touchdowns. That’s the one thing that has to happen. I’ve said before if you don’t score touchdowns on teams it’s hard to win.”

What is most important about Thursday’s night football game is the fact that both teams play for the first place in the conference and with enormous playoffs implications. New Orleans put together its best game of the season on Sunday night, dismantling Green Bay, 44-23. But that was at home, where the Saints are generally at least 14 points better than they are on the road.

If the Panthers win Thursday night, they will go to 4-4-1. New Orleans will be 3-5. But if Carolina loses, the Saints go to 4-4, Carolina is 3-5-1 and suddenly the late-season game in New Orleans (where the Saints are much tougher to beat) will become almost a must-win for Carolina.



source: NFL

The Saints arrive to Carolina in a shaky position especially after their recent announcement that  placed wide receiver Joe Morgan on the reserve/suspended list on Tuesday as Coach Sean Payton did not provide any further details.

It is unknown at this time if Morgan’s suspension was mandated by the league or the team. Based on Jefferson and Orleans Parish records, it did not appear to be a legal matter either. Here is a quick video on the Saints´latest action

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New Orleans Saints   -2.5  48o

Carolina Panthers    +2.5   48u

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