Carolina Panthers (2-1) vs New York Giants (1-3)
Last meeting: Dec 20, 2015—Panthers 38 Giants 35
Regular season series: Panthers lead 5-4
Postseason series: Panthers lead 1-0
Several players came up big though you won’t see it in the game book.
These key plays swung momentum and decided the Panthers 33-31 home win against the Giants, putting Carolina’s record at 3-1.
Former Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula was in the building, this time overseeing the Giants offense, but you wouldn’t know it based on the Panthers play calling.
The bright side to a mixed day is that there is a bright side
Graham Gano ices game with 63 yard field goal as time expires to propel the Panthers to a 3-1 record.
The Panthers somehow came out on top over the Giants 33-31.
The Panthers get two speedy wideouts back for today’s game against the Giants.
That is down from seven points earlier in the week.
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The Panthers head into Sunday’s matchup with the Giants relatively healthy, which is a good thing.
The Carolina Panthers may be healthy, but this one could be a blood bath.
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Panthers fans liked what the front office did in free agency during the team’s bye week and believe they will defeat the Giants on Sunday.
The Panthers face an old foe with the New York Football Giants in town.
Can the Giants pass rush get healthy enough to pose a problem to Cam Newton?