The Seahawks are coming off a perfect preseason record and look to continue their streak against the Panthers who are trying to prove that their 2012 season was no fluke and they are ready to take a step toward the playoffs.
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The Panthers are dinged up on defense and that could make all the difference against the Seahawks on Sunday especially when having to face down the NFL’s leading rusher Marshawn Lynch who took most of the week off to rest. Seattle’s second ranked defense is relatively healthy and that could spell trouble for Carolina QB Cam Newton.
The Seahawks had lady luck and replacement referees on their side when they won their second of the season, but they come to Charlotte with more than luck on their side. Defense is Seattle’s calling card, and that could put the Panthers to sleep this Sunday.