The Carolina Panthers are playing so well that the NFL wants them to be seen on a national stage. Due to that, and the success of the New Orleans Saints, an upcoming game has been moved to prime time for the whole world to see.
The Carolina Panthers have some really good things going this season, and it appears as if things could get even better. The team is ranked high in just about every statistical category on both sides of the ball. Well, except for passing yards and things could become very scary if that gets rolling.
The Carolina Panthers have firm control of second place in the NFC South and they are looking to keep pace with the first-place New Orleans Saints. This weekend, the Panthers could knock the Atlanta Falcons even further into third place and they’re just healthy enough to do it.
The Carolina Panthers did a lot of things right in their 30-15 victory over the St. Louis Rams, but the offense didn’t seem as into it as in recent weeks. Luckily, Captain Munnerlyn and the rest of the defense stepped things up.
The Carolina Panthers are looking good with two victories out in the past three games, and they’ve got a healthy enough team to contend with anyone in the NFL. The St. Louis Rams are on a two-game winning streak, but are about to step into the Panthers’ den.
The Carolina Panthers could possibly get injured running back Jonathan Stewart back this week so that he can play against the St. Louis Rams. There are a number of factors in place though that show he should just sit a little bit longer.
The Carolina Panthers have looked rather off many times this season, and Cam Newton has especially not looked like himself. Traveling to Minnesota to take on the Vikings, something must have clicked because the Panthers looked pretty great in every aspect of the game.
Two year old son of the Minnesota running back in critical condition after beating while Vikings quarterback situation remains murky. Carolina in good shape looking to rebound from tough loss a week ago.
New York has yet to establish any kind of effective ground game so Carolina could see a lot of ball in the air on Sunday.
Carolina is 2-14 in games decided by a touchdown or less in the last three seasons. With Sunday’s one point loss to the Bills, the Panthers front office has to be questioning Coach Ron Rivera.