Both teams needed a win on Monday Night, but only one could come out as the victor. Here’s 5 important takeaways from the Monday Night matchup between the Ravens and Saints.
It’s unofficial, but the Baltimore Ravens are champions of the NFC South.
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The Saints took control of the NFC South with a 28-10 victory over the Panthers last night, their first win in Carolina since 2011. New Orleans enters a three-game home stretch with a 4-4 record, while Carolina (3-5-1), which only has one win in its last seven games, travels to Philadelphia in 10 days.
The Saints are coming off their best game of the year after hammering Green Bay 44-23. However, they have not won a road game this year. The Panthers are hoping to continue that trend, and they will be bringing back a familiar face in running back DeAngelo Williams.
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The Saints and Panthers are both 3-4 and yet tied atop the NFC South. New Orleans has an extremely quick turnaround after playing on Sunday night.
I’m not about to compare this to the 2000 Ravens defense, but it looks like this defense could be an upper echelon defense.
Before more than 71,000, the Ravens destroyed another NFC South Club.
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Steve Smith took some parting shots at the Carolina Panthers, three days after the outspoken wide receiver led the Baltimore Ravens to a 38-10 win over his former team.