Wes Durham: “You’d Be Hard Pressed To Find More Impactful Injuries Than What Atlanta’s Had.”

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The Carolina Panthers are faced with yet another critical game on Sunday when they head to Atlanta to take on the Falcons. With a win, the Panthers will clinch the NFC South and a 1st round bye in the playoffs, while also guaranteeing the city a home playoff game for the first time in 5 years. With some help, a Seattle loss to St. Louis, and a Panthers win, Carolina can become the #1 seed in the NFC but first things first this Sunday and to preview this weekend’s game, the Voice of the Atlanta Falcons, Wes Durham, joined Taylor Zarzour on The Drive:

Durham on game being a sellout and the news that a lot of Carolina fans are traveling down I-85 to Atlanta: “Well I’d be surprised if they weren’t…I’ll be surprised if there aren’t a lot of Carolina Panthers fans there. It’s a hard ticket in Atlanta because of the (Tony)Gonzalez situation but I’m still sure there will be a lot of Panthers fans there….When you get moments like you’re gonna get on Sunday for a guy like Tony(Gonzalez), people are going to want to say they were there for his last game.”

Durham on injuries and much of an impact they’ve had on Atlanta: “I think every team can point to injuries, Atlanta’s no different…but you’d be hard pressed to find more impactful injuries than what Atlanta’s had.”

Durham on the Pro Bowl-worthy linebacker duo the Panthers posses in Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis: “Luke Kuechly might have been the steal of the draft, and he’s proven to be that, and Thomas Davis is a medical miracle. Guys aren’t supposed to do what Thomas Davis is doin but I give him a lot of credit he was a great college player and he’s morphed into a really, really fine pro player.”

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