The Carolina Panthers are surprising everyone this season, and that includes their division rivals in the NFC South. One of the biggest games of the year awaits them as they head to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to take on Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
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A look at what’s changed for the Tampa Bay Bucs since their loss to the Panthers in Week 8.
Mike Florio, from ProFootballTalk.com, joins Mac and Jim for his weekly Wednesday interview.
Greg Cosell, from NFL Matchup and our weekly film breakdwon guru, joined the show today instead of the customary Friday and breaks down some of the big plays from the Panthers game against Miami and looks ahead to the second matchup against the Buccaneers.
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 may have extended their win streak to seven games, but it came thanks to a last-minute score over a declining Miami Dolphins team. Now, they will have the all-of-a-sudden dangerous Tampa Bay Buccaneers in town, and they are trying to extend a winning streak of their own.
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The Carolina Panthers looked as if they were falling right into a traditional trap game after a huge victory last week, but they were able to escape. Cam Newton led the comeback charge in a game that looked as if it was going to be a major upset against the Miami Dolphins.
The NFL has switched the Carolina Panthers’ game at New Orleans against the Saints on Dec. 8 from early afternoon to an 8:30 ET kickoff on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football.”