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Jordan had promised to send Newton some "juice" if the Saints swept the Panthers."Disrespectful," Newton said flatly.The broom remains in its plastic wrapper and Newton said he would like to stamp it "return to sender" if Carolina (6-7) can somehow manage to beat New Orleans twice in the next three weeks and sneak into the playoffs as a wild-card team. The Panthers currently trail the Vikings by a half-game in the battle for the second wild card spot, but are given only a 9 percent chance of making the postseason.Saints defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins said: "I know about the wine, not the broom 鈥?but whoever sent the broom is a comedic genius."Meanwhile, the Saints (11-2) have already locked up their second straight division title and are aiming for home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Rams are also 11-2, so there's no room for error."They got the juice, but at the end of the day we are coming Monday with a cup for our own, too," Newton said."Listen, they're a prideful group," Saints quarterback Drew Brees said. "They're well-coached and their backs are against the wall, so we're going to get their best performance."STIFLING STREAKThe Saints' defense has been among the NFL's best the past five games after looking like arguably the worst through the first three weeks of the season.A 48-40 opening-week loss to the Buccaneers and 43-37 overtime win vs. the Falcons had New Orleans ranked last in points allowed per game through the season's first few weeks. 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"I knew he was one of the top pass rushers in the league, but to see firsthand the impact he has on games it's phenomenal."STOPPING McCAFFREYThe Saints will surely be keying on Christian McCaffrey, who has become Carolina's all-purpose running back in the same mold that Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner once used Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson.McCaffrey rarely leaves the field for Carolina, and with 926 yards rushing and 701 yards receiving, he has a legitimate shot to join Roger Craig and Marshall Faulk as the only players in league history with 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season.He has also scored 12 touchdowns in the past seven games.NO SMALL BREEZEBrees has averaged 302.4 yards passing with 13 TDs and four INTs in past seven games vs. Carolina.Panthers coach Ron Rivera said the key will be to get pressure on Brees up the middle, similar to what the Cowboys were able to do against the Saints a couple of weeks ago, and to not fall for his pump fakes."We have to stay discipline," Rivera said.INGRAM'S MARKRunning back Mark Ingram can make his mark on the Saints' franchise record books with one more touchdown run. He has 49 for his career, tying him with Deuce McAllister.McAllister is still around team headquarters often. He is a color commentator on radio broadcasts of Saints games. Ingram has referred to McAllister as a mentor and Saints second-year running back Alvin Kamara said it's apparent that McAllister wants Ingram to break his record, which has stood for a decade."When the team has success, individual accolades will follow," Kamara said. "So that's just a testament to him, not focusing on him, but focusing on the team and what helps the team get better and be successful."AP Sports Writer Brett Martel in New Orleans contributed to this report. WASHINGTON (2-1) at NEW ORLEANS (3-1)Monday A.J. Klein Jersey Salute to Service , 8:20 p.m. ET, ESPNOPENING LINE - Saints by 6 1/2RECORD VS. 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He has TD catch in past two games and eight TDs (four rushing Authentic Marshon Lattimore Jersey , four receiving) in past eight on road. ... WR Jordan Reed had two TDs receiving in last game vs. Saints in 2015. ... WR Paul Richardson Jr., had first TD receiving with Redskins in Week 3. ... LB Ryan Kerrigan has sack in two of three career meetings. ... DL Jonathan Allen had two sacks in Week 3, his first career multi-sack game. ... Rookie DL Daron Payne had first career sack in Week 3. ... Saints QB Drew Brees has 71,740 career yards passing, needs 201 yards to move ahead of Peyton Manning for most all-time, and 98 yards to move ahead of Brett Favre for second. ... Brees is completing 75.8 percent of passes for 323.8 yards per game this season. He's passed for eight TDs, no INTs. Also has rushed for two TDs. ... RB Alvin Kamara leads NFL with 611 scrimmage yards, had career-high 134 yards, three TDs rushing last week. 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