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Official Panthers - Cardinals Gameday Thread

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Who: Carolina Panthers (1-2) at Arizona Cardinals (2-2)

Kickoff: 4:05pm

TV: FOX

RADIO: 1110WBT

BYE WEEK = OVER AND DONE!!!

Keys to a Panthers Victory:

- Front four of the Panthers defense must get pressure in base packages and rattle Palmer early.

- Ted Ginn must stretch the field and allow Greg Olsen to roam in the middle.

- Whoever Patrick Peterson is not covering needs to step up and make some plays.

Prediction: Panthers 24 - Cardinals 6

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Time to open up some whoop ass.

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It's so weird having such an early bye week. Looking forward to 13 straight weeks of football!!!

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Offense takes a series or two to wake up. Defense comes to play again. 31-3

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Offense takes a series or two to wake up. Defense fugs poo up again. 31-3

ftfy

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Get to Palmer early and often....keep Fitz in check....stout 'D", with good secondary play.....and around 7:05 EST there are some happy folks in the Carolinas.

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Iwill say it:  This is a MUST WIN, probably for both teams.

 

We need to run the ball and they are stingy in that area.  Barner could play a role.  Cam will have 70 yards rushing.

 

Panthers 24-10

 

I think we have turned the corner, however, Rivera is still the coach.  We had a bye, are on the road 2500 miles from home, and the Beason trade could be a distraction.  Can he pull the troops together and get them firing on all cylinders? 

 

Please.

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Every game in the NFL is a must win. Unless you have an outstanding lead on teams at the end of the year.

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Really interested to see how the team responds to losing one of it's leaders.

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Really interested to see how the team responds to losing one of it's leaders.

Pretty good judging by how well they played after he was benched against the Giants. Beason wasnt the leader as he was a few years ago. He didnt even make team captain this season.

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