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This is one of several matchups in week 2 which features a young QB going up against a veteran QB, and this one will have added importance, as it is a divisional matchup. First overall pick Bryce Young will look to lead the Carolina Panthers to his first ever NFL win, in his primetime debut, but standing in the way is the New Orleans Saints, led by new QB Derek Carr, who came over this offseason in free agency following a long run with the Raiders. The Bryce Young era did not get off to a great start, as his line struggled to protect him against the Falcons, leading to a 24-10 road loss to open the season. The Saints meanwhile, are off to a 1-0 start following a nail biting 16-15 home win against the Titans in week 1.
The visiting New Orleans Saints came into this season as the odds on favorites to win their division, and they got off to a solid start with a win. The offense wasn’t able to put up many points, but Derek Carr looked solid and was able to move the ball down the field in his first Saints start. He will look to build on it this week, and continue to build chemistry with his new weapons, including WR Chris Olave, who finished with over 100 receiving yards in week 1. This team will still be without their star RB Alvin Kamara, who is suspended, but they will hope to stay afloat until he can return. This defense has been extremely good over the past several seasons, and they return their core players on that side of the ball. As Derek Carr gets more acquainted with his new team/system, look for this to be a potential dark horse contender down the line.
The host team in this divisional matchup, the Carolina Panthers, come into their home opener after a blowout loss in their first game to another divisional opponent, Atlanta Falcons. Bryce Young showed flashes, but ultimately did not receive much help from his offensive line, and looked like a QB making his first career start for much of the day. He was able to throw his first touchdown, finding TE Hayden Hurst for the score. RB Miles Sanders rushed for 72 yards in his Panthers debut, and overall there weren’t many noteworthy performances in week 1 from Carolina. This is obviously a team in transition, in their first year with a rookie QB, and that’s why I think their struggles will continue for now, as I expect the Saints to get a convincing road victory in week 2, and improve to 2-0 in the Derek Carr era.
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