In Detail: Carolina Panthers

This is my 15th post in my NFL in detail post series this September. Sorry that I haven’t posted in a while. I may be a little behind this year. Next year, I plan to do something called team of the week. Each week I will choose a team and give you 5 clues of what it is. You can try and guess who it is by commenting. I will choose the team that’s the strongest team matchup wise that has not already been used. I suspect it will work best with the NFL. The Panthers are slowing down after last year’s wrath but are slightly better than the Falcons. They would not be team of the week ever this year. It would have been Philly in Week 1,The Redskins in Week 2,the Pats in Week 3, and San Diego in Week 4. If Cam Newton can stay healthy, he and Greg Olsen,Jonathan Stewart,Kelvin Benjamin and DeAngelo Williams. They can still beat some good teams about as good as the Packers at home but can lose to a team as bad as the Vikings when they’re on the road. How will they do around the NFL? My prediction is for Carolina to be in 2nd place in the NFC South, with a record of 8-8 being ranked 18 overall. The Panthers have a good team but can they compare to a super bowl champion? NO WAY. So the Panthers are still elite and could make the playoffs but they will probably not after losing Steve Smith.

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