In this week's episode of the Jordan and Jake podcast presented by OrthoCarolina, the two Panther legends break down the upcoming matchup with New Orleans. As a native of Louisiana and former Saint, Delhomme adds his own insight into what it will be like to play without many fans in the Superdome. Plus, the two talk about the time the Panthers played the Saints in LSU's Tiger Stadium after Hurricane Katrina.
Podcast highlights include:
0:44: Joey Slye on the COVID-19 reserve list (note: Slye was re-activated on Friday)
1:50: Jordan shares a funny story about former punter Brad Nortman
4:30: Thoughts on last week's loss to the Bears
7:24: The current status of wide receiver Michael Thomas and the state of the Saints' locker room
10:33: Carolina's injury report and its potential impact on the game
12:26: Why did the Saints let Teddy Bridgewater go?
14:48: Do either the Saints or Bridgewater have an advantage in this reunion game?
17:56: What the Superdome is like at limited capacity
19:14: Memories from playing at LSU's Tiger stadium in 2005.
21:57: New York's Daniel Jones tripping on Thursday Night Football
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