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CSR staff predicts an 0-3 start for Panthers in Week 3 picks

CSR staff predicts an 0-3 start for Panthers in Week 3 picks

Photo by Mike Ehrmann/ Five out of six members of the CSR staff believe the Panthers will start 0-3 after failing to pull off a road upset in Week 3 against the Chargers. The Panthers travel to the west coast on Sunday to face the Chargers, and the CSR staff doesn’t have much faith in Carolina’s ability to defy the odds and leave sunny California with their first win of the 2020 season. It’s nearly a clean sweep from the CSR staff, as all but one of us believe the Chargers will walk away with a win. Erik is the only one who has any faith in the Panthers to get the job done. It’s...
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Panthers at Chargers: Thursday injury report

Panthers at Chargers: Thursday injury report

Photo by Grant Halverson/ The Panthers could face a shortage on their offensive line when they take on the Chargers in Week 3. The Panthers are preparing for their Week 3 matchup with the Chargers and have a few names on the injury report: guard Dennis Daley (ankle), defensive tackle Kawann Short (foot) and left tackle Russell Okung (groin) did not practice today, making their status for Sunday’s game in doubt. Some good news, however, is rookie defensive end Yetur Gross-Matos has cleared the concussion protocol and returned to practice today. The Panthers need all the help they can...
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Panthers at Chargers: Defensive preview

Panthers at Chargers: Defensive preview

Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via The Panthers offense will probably struggle to move the ball, so it’s imperative that the defense step up. The Carolina Panthers defense hasn’t been great so far this season, but it hasn’t been the dumpster fire that many people expected coming into the season. Through two weeks, the Panthers are 27th in points allowed per game, 15th in yards allowed per game, 21st in yards allowed per play, and 29th in defensive DVOA. Again, not good. But it’s not terrible. On paper, Week 3 is the easiest match-up this defense has faced to date. The Los...
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Panthers at Chargers: Week 3 fantasy football primer

Panthers at Chargers: Week 3 fantasy football primer

Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via In spite of the loss of Christian McCaffrey there are still several relevant Panthers players. Panthers Week 2 fantasy performance review Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater would have had a decent game if not for three turnovers. As it was he only scored 10.6 points. Even worse he lost his best weapon for the next three weeks due to an ankle sprain by Christian McCaffrey. McCaffrey still managed 22.8 points before leaving the game. His replacement Mike Davis came in proceeded to catch eight passes for 10 points. He has streaming potential while...
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Panthers at Chargers: How to follow the action

Panthers at Chargers: How to follow the action

Photo by Jim Dedmon/Icon Sportswire via The Panthers face the Chargers in Week 3 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday, September 27 at 4:05 p.m. ET. The Panthers hit the road for the second straight week to face off against the Chargers in Week 3 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday, September 27 at 4:05 p.m. ET. Game day information What: Carolina Panthers at Los Angeles ChargersWhen: Sunday, September 27 at 4:05 p.m. ETWhere: SoFi Stadium (Inglewood, Calif.)TV: CBS; Greg Gumble, Rich Gannon, Jay Feely (coverage map)Streaming: FuboTV, CBS All Access (subscription...
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The Scratching Post: 9/24/20

The Scratching Post: 9/24/20

Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports Here’s today’s collection of Panthers links for you to discuss. Greetings, internet users. Welcome to The Scratching Post. Here’s some reading material from outside CSR for you to consume. Panthers showing fight, but need complete performance to win | Myles Simmons, Panthers.comCarolina's issues have come from different units in the first two games. 4 Carolina Panthers players who underperformed at the Bucs | Dean Jones, Cat CraveWhich members of the Carolina Panthers roster underperformed during their Week 2 loss at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on...
Cat Scratch Reader Sep 23, 2020
Panthers at Chargers: Wednesday injury report

Panthers at Chargers: Wednesday injury report

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The Panthers had two players missing from practice and three players limited as they prepare to face the Chargers. As the Panthers begin to prepare for their road game against the Los Angeles Chargers they had two players on the sidelines during today’s practice session with an injury: guard Dennis Daley (ankle) and defensive tackle Kawann Short (foot). Defensive end Yetur Gross-Matos (concussion) returned to practice, but in a no contact jersey indicating he is progressing through the protocol. Panthers Injury Report for Wednesday: Dennis Daley (ankle)...
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Injury Update: Christian McCaffrey has been placed on the reserve/injured list

Injury Update: Christian McCaffrey has been placed on the reserve/injured list

Photo by Mike Ehrmann/ The Panthers running back will be eligible to return in three weeks Christian McCaffrey, who left Sunday’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the fourth quarter, has been placed in the reserved/injured list with a high ankle sprain. Christian McCaffrey placed on reserve/injured listhttps://t.co/C3aYjUm0R2— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) September 23, 2020 McCaffrey will be eligible to return after three weeks, which would fit his optimistic timeline for recovery. High ankle sprains typically take four to six weeks for a player to return from, but the...
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Keep Sounding: The Panthers are 0-2, but it could be worse

Keep Sounding: The Panthers are 0-2, but it could be worse

The Panthers dropped their Week 2 game to the Bucs, but it was far from the worst thing the NFL saw all weekend. The Carolina Panthers dropped to 0-2 after suffering a defeat at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. We tidy up our Week 2 thoughts before looking ahead to this weekend’s clash with the San Diego Los Angeles Chargers. Panthers at Bucs Review I still steadfastly believe that Leonard Fournette is not good despite what happened on Sunday Tom Brady looks very old Dreams of drafting a new quarterback are starting to form Christian McCaffrey is out for a few...
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Panthers at Chargers: Full coverage

Panthers at Chargers: Full coverage

Photo by Jim Dedmon/Icon Sportswire via The Panthers face the Chargers in Week 3 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday, September 27 at 4:05 p.m. ET. Carolina Panthers (0-2) at Los Angeles Chargers (1-1) Last meeting: December 11, 2016 — Panthers 28 Chargers 16Regular season series: Panthers lead 5-1Postseason series: N/A The Panthers hit the road for the second straight week to face off against the Chargers in Week 3 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday, September 27 at 4:05 p.m. ET. Game day information What: Carolina Panthers at Los Angeles ChargersWhen:...
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Panthers at Chargers offensive preview: Panthers need to slow down Chargers pass rush

Panthers at Chargers offensive preview: Panthers need to slow down Chargers pass rush

This game is gonna feel weird | Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports The Los Angeles Chargers have some dudes that can get after the quarterback. Do the Panthers have some dudes that can stop them? Largely due to a couple Teddy Bridgewater turnovers, the Panthers started the game against the Buccaneers down 21-0 at halftime, which is never a good sign. Add in the fact that Christian McCaffrey will be out for “multiple weeks,” and we’ve got ourselves a recipe for disaster against a solid Los Angeles Chargers defense. Panthers offense After a pretty solid showing by Teddy Bridgewater against...
Cat Scratch Reader Sep 23, 2020
The Scratching Post: 9/23/20

The Scratching Post: 9/23/20

Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports Here’s today’s collection of Panthers links for you to discuss. Greetings, internet users. Welcome to The Scratching Post. Here’s some reading material from outside CSR for you to consume. Tennessee Titans trade with Carolina Panthers that helps everyone | Will Lomas, TitanSizedThe Tennessee Titans and the Carolina Panthers are trending in opposite directions right now, which is why they should make a trade that benefits everyone. Panthers' Christian McCaffrey expected to miss 4-6 weeks, but he's hoping to return sooner | Patrik Walker & Jeff Kerr, CBS...
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Panthers 17 Buccaneers 31: Stat review

Panthers 17 Buccaneers 31: Stat review

Photo by Mike Ehrmann/ A slew of untimely turnovers undid what was actually a pretty strong statistical performance from the Panthers. The Carolina Panthers got beat handily on the scoreboard, but they actually kept pace with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pretty well from a statistical perspective. The Panthers outgained the Bucs 427 yards to 339 and averaged 6.0 yards per play to the Bucs’ 5.9, but they were befallen by four turnovers in high leverage situations. The four turnovers is probably the most obvious and important stat from the loss, but we’re going to dig for some notable...
Cat Scratch Reader Sep 22, 2020
NFL Week 3 Power Rankings: At least Panthers aren’t dead last after 31-17 loss to Bucs

NFL Week 3 Power Rankings: At least Panthers aren’t dead last after 31-17 loss to Bucs

Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Thank goodness for the Jets! After some missed opportunities (*twitch*) Week 1, the Panthers had a less than stellar outing against division rival Tampa Bay this past weekend. After making Tom Brady look like, well, a younger Tom Brady, the Panthers held firm in the cellar of most rankings. Once again, we’ll start with ESPN: 30. Carolina Panthers (0-2) Week 2 ranking: 30 Under-the-radar fantasy standout: WR Robby Anderson No player has benefited more from Joe Brady’s fast-paced offense than Anderson, who leads the team in receptions with 15...
Cat Scratch Reader Sep 22, 2020
Bank of America Stadium to open as an early voting precinct in Mecklenburg County

Bank of America Stadium to open as an early voting precinct in Mecklenburg County

Photo by Grant Halverson/ The county’s largest venue will be open for early voting from October 15th to the 31st The 2020 election is almost upon us, and with COVID as much a threat as ever, Mecklenburg County will utilize its largest venue as an early voting site. This will allow them to ensure safe distancing for voters and poll workers alike. .@BofAstadium will serve as an early voting precinct. From Oct. 15-Oct. 31, Mecklenburg County voters can cast their ballots in the 2020 election at the stadium.#NationalVoterRegistrationDay pic.twitter.com/QC9gYw59Wc— Carolina Panthers...

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