Baker Mayfield finally got his first win for the Carolina Panthers, but it did not look pretty at all. Against a feisty New Orleans Saints squad, the team had to scratch and claw for every point they could.
No matter how the rest of the season goes, we’ll always have this. It had been 325 days since the Carolina Panthers had won a football game. Their nine straight losses dating back to last season was the longest in the league.
The Carolina Panthers are finally off the schneid! Sunday’s 22-14 win over the New Orleans Saints not only moved the team to a 1-2 mark, but it also snapped what was an NFL-worst nine-game losing streak.
Panthers Panthers HC Matt Rhule praised WR Laviska Shenault for his strong performance in Week 3. “People in this room have kinda heard me talk—I think he was gonna give us a spark,” Rhule said of Shenault, via PanthersWire.com.
It was not always pretty, but the Carolina Panthers beat the New Orleans Saints 22-14 on Sunday afternoon. The Panthers picked up their first win of the 2022 NFL season thanks to an all-around team effort.
The Carolina Panthers finally secured their first win of 2022—topping their NFC South rival New Orleans Saints, 22-14. And that victory wouldn’t come without some notable performances—both good and bad.
Well, isn’t this a fresh feeling for the Carolina Panthers? On Sunday, victory was finally seized—as the team pushed back on the visiting New Orleans Saints and on what would have been an embarrassing 10-game losing streak.
The Panthers offense continued with woes, but the defense stepped up to get a win. What a game that was. The Panthers snapped a nine game loosing streak this weekend, over the rival NFC South New Orleans Saints (which pleased me greatly).
The Carolina Panthers let their defense do most of the work, including a touchdown for defensive end Marquis Haynes Sr., on the way to beating the visiting New Orleans Saints 22-14 on Sunday afternoon in Charlotte, N.C.
Everyone knows Carolina Panthers’ head coach Matt Rhule is in the hot seat. However, that seat gets hotter with each loss the team posts this season. While Rhule and the Panthers got Baker Mayfield to help them win games, it hasn’t happened.
The Carolina Panthers removed running back Christian McCaffrey from the injury report Friday. After being listed as a limited participant in Thursday's practice with an ankle injury, he was a full participant Friday and appears good to go for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.