The Bengals and Browns face off tonight on Thursday Night Football.
It’s (mostly) all doom and gloom at CSR headquarters heading into our Week 2 game picks.
The Panthers had two players missing from practice and another player limited as they prepare to face the Buccaneers.
After struggling to get stops against the Raiders in Week 1, the Panthers defense now has to deal with Tom Brady and his assortment of play makers.
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The Panthers offense was surprisingly fantasy relevant in Week 1.
The Panthers host the new look Buccaneers in Week 2 after an eventful season opening weekend.
By dressing fans up as thousands of Sir Purrs, the big cat may not have to dance alone in the stadium
The Panthers swapped two players off their protected list ahead of their Week 2 matchup against the Buccaneers.
Despite a close loss to a pretty good Raiders team, the Panthers are still among the bottom feeder teams in the power rankings in Week 2.
These key plays swung momentum and decided the Panthers 34-30 home loss against the Las Vegas Raiders, putting Carolina’s record at 0-1.
The Panthers almost pulled off an upset in Week 1 but fell short to the Raiders in a 34-30 nail-biter.
The Panthers came close, but couldn’t quite pull off an upset in Week 1 against the Raiders.
Dennis Daley will miss the season opener against the Raiders, and Michael Schofield will start in his place.
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The Panthers haven’t been ranked this low since 2001.
Our fanbase has lost confidence in the team ahead of their Week 1 game against the Raiders.