The New Orleans Saints will look for a rebound when they travel to take on the Carolina Panthers in Week 3 of the NFL season.

While the Saints are coming off a deflating 20-10 loss to the Buccaneers while the Panthers remain winless following a 19-16 loss to the Giants.

While fans are concerned about the health of Jameis Winston following a rough outing, there's even less certainty about the quarterback position with Baker Mayfield struggling early.

The former Browns QB is completing just 53.6 percent of his passes through two games - a significant drop off from his 61.6 clip during his time in Cleveland.

The Panthers have lost their two games by a total of five points, so they've been competitive in each of their two defeats.

As for the Saints, they're just trying to achieve better than intermittent success on offense.

WEEK 2: New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers

  • When: Sunday, Sept. 25, at 12 p.m. CST
  • Where: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte
  • The line: Saints -3
  • Over/Under: 41.0
  • Series record: Saints lead 29-26
  • Last meeting: Saints 18, Panthers 10
  • Panthers record: 0-2 
  • Saints record: 1-1

How to Watch

TV

  • Airing on Fox 8 locally

Streaming

  • Livestream on the Fox and Fox Sports app, NFL Sunday Ticket

Radio

Numbers to Know

  • 5: The number of turnovers committed by the Saints vs. Tampa Bay.
  • 3: Touchdown receptions by Saints receiver Michael Thomas.
  • 53.6: Completion percentage for Panthers QB Baker Mayfield.
  • 5.9: Average yards per rush for Saints RB Mark Ingram.

Storylines to follow

NFL investigating multiple aspects of 4th quarter brawl between Saints and Buccaneers

Rod Walker: Jameis Winston's revenge game vs. Buccaneers spoiled by offense that isn't in sync

The Marshon Lattimore and Mike Evans rivalry adds another chapter with on-field melee

A reportedly injured Jameis Winston dealt 3 interceptions, 6 sacks in Saints' loss to Bucs

Email Patrick Magee at PMagee@TheAdvocate.com or follow him on Twitter, @Patrick_Magee.