Curtis Samuel (knee) questionable for Panthers Week 7
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel (knee) is questionable for Week 7 versus the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Samuel has practiced on a limited basis this week but Panthers head coach Matt Rhule stressed that Samuel won't be rushed back. He doesn't have more than 51 yards in any game this season and is averaging 3.8 targets since the opener. D.J. Moore had more than twice as many targets (11) as anyone else on the Panthers last week with Samuel sideliend.
Samuel is averaging 6.8 FanDuel points per game this season. The Saints have the No. 12 pass defense in numberFire's advanced team rankings.
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