The Carolina Panthers are in the driver’s seat for an NFC South title, first-round bye in the playoffs, and possibly even the number one overall seed making the way for home-field advantage. They still have to get past the Atlanta Falcons though, and that won’t be an easy task with some offensive weapons on the shelf.
Carolina has been on a roll for almost the entire season, and they’ve been able to stay relatively healthy along the way. With the most important week of the season approaching, some key names are on the shelf when they are needed most.
The Carolina Panthers have a lot on the line with this weekend’s game against the New Orleans Saints. The NFC South will slip away with a loss, but the Panthers are going to have just about everyone healthy and ready for the fight.
Jonathan Stewart tore his MCL and will miss the rest of the season as the Carolina Panthers try to wrestle the NFC South crown from the hands of the New Orleans Saints. Here is the injury report for the Carolina Panthers vs. New York Jets game as the Panthers try to keep pace.
The Carolina Panthers will need to try and attack the rushing defense of the New Orleans Saints as Rob Ryan won’t let an opposing passing game thrash them again. With that, the Panthers will get one running back returning to the field while another will likely sit on the sidelines.
The Carolina Panthers are riding a four-game winning streak and looking healthier than they have at any point this season, and that’s a good thing. They’re heading to Candlestick Park to play this weekend and it is not an easy location to win in, no matter who you are or how healthy you may be.
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 are two games over .500 and have a clear lock on second place in the NFC South after demolishing the Atlanta Falcons and sending them reeling further backward. Their fifth win of the season came with a balanced offensive attack and a defense that swarmed their divisional rival.
Jonathan Stewart has declared himself ready to roll.
As the time comes for the Thursday night game against the desperate Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Carolina Panthers are traveling with a rather healthy squad. There have hardly any players ruled out and things are going in the right direction for the team to climb above .500 for the first time in years.