The Minnesota Vikings aren’t out of the playoff race, but they do have a better record than that of the Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton and the Panthers are in must-win crunch-time, and cannot underestimate Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings.
Right now, the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers are tied for second in the NFC South, and they are about to clash in a must-win game for both teams. While the NFC South is very weak this season, the Panthers desperately need this win or else their 2014 campaign could be over.
All this season, the Philadelphia Eagles have been soaring high behind the leadership of quarterback Nick Foles, and that’s who the Carolina Panthers have a lot of tape on. Now, they’ve got to prepare for Mark Sanchez, and he has barely seen a football field in a couple of years.
The Carolina Panthers just can’t seem to get back on track, and they are fading at the worst time imaginable. They’re in the middle of one of the hardest stretches of games in the entire NFL, and now the surging New Orleans Saints are coming to town.
The Carolina Panthers need to break out of the funk they’re in and one would think that would be easy with a team coming to town that’s on a two-game losing streak. Unfortunately, that team happens to be the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and they’re angry.
Losing two out of three and then ending in a tie in a fourth game is not the position the Carolina Panthers hoped to be in as they hit their trip to Lambeau Field. The Green Bay Packers have won three in a row, and could really bring about a lot of problems for the Panthers, especially the defense.
The Carolina Panthers were able to get off their slide with a comeback victory over the Chicago Bears in week five, but now they may face an even bigger test. A trip to Cincinnati awaits the Panthers and they will be facing a very unhappy Bengals’ squad.
The Chicago Bears are sitting at 2-2 as are the Carolina Panthers, but there are some big differences. Chicago has beaten two strong teams, lost once in overtime, and got beat by a good Packers’ team. Now, the Bears are visiting a Panthers’ team that is fading out of the NFC race fast.
After two solid wins to open the 2014 NFL season, the Carolina Panthers looked like a totally different team in their 37-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in week three. Now, they’ve got to travel to Baltimore and deal with a streaking Ravens team that has won two in a row and has an ever-strengthening running game.
The Carolina Panthers are streaking and sitting atop the NFC South with a 2-0 record. Next up, they’ve got the Pittsburgh Steelers coming to town, and it’s never quite known which team will show up. Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers have the talent, but don’t always seem to have the proper motivation.