Saints and Panthers Injury Report [Week 3]

Saints and Panthers Injury Report [Week 3]

Three weeks in and the bug is starting to hit the Panthers. Carolina lost Greg Olsen for at least 8 weeks in the Bills game when broke his foot in a non-contact play. Cam Newton nicked his ankle pretty good in that game having to spend a little while in the injury tent before returning to the game. Here's the Panthers injury report following the first practice. We'll keep it updated throughout the week.

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Christian McCaffrey Primed to Breakout Against Saints [Film Study]

Christian McCaffrey Primed to Breakout Against Saints [Film Study]

This past week, Tom Brady put up career stats against the Saints with Gronk and a couple of running backs deployed in the passing game. New England only fielded three receivers Sunday, mainly because injuries are dropping them like flies. That didn't stop Brady from carving New Orleans up to the tune of 436 yards in the air. 

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Highlights from Defensive Coordinator Steve Wilks's Press Conference

Highlights from Defensive Coordinator Steve Wilks's Press Conference

Panthers Defensive Coordinator, Steve Wilks, addressed the media Monday after the Panthers win over Buffalo. It was a performance that was powered by a defense that is #1 in the league and is the first team since 1981 to allow 3 points or less in each of their first two games. Wilks addressed the team's performance, their early success, and some of the cogs that are making the machine work so well

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Sights and Sounds from Panthers Home Opener Against the Bills

Sights and Sounds from Panthers Home Opener Against the Bills

Live the sights and sounds of a Panthers fan! Mario in the Clay gives you a personal look at the game from losing his wallet, player introductions, commentaries of the offensive struggles, and witnesses the defense luckily hold on to the end!

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Buffalo Bills at Carolina Panthers Betting Odds

The Panthers are 7 point favorites in their home opener against the Buffalo Bills. The over/under is 43. Both teams covered the spread last week. The Bills handled the -6 line over the Jets and the Panthers the -4.5 over the 49ers. Both games went under. I don't expect this week's match being a high scorer either. Both teams like to run the ball and pride themselves with defensive play. The Bills will be especially motivated because of the connections between the two teams, Head Coach Sean McDermott was the Panthers defensive coordinator last season and there are several players that traveled with him and former Panthers Assistant General Manager, now Bills General Manager, Brandon Beane. It wouldn't be surprising for this game to be a defensive affair early, where Carolina pulls ahead after that nostalgic energy subsides among the Buffalo Bills.

Unlike last week where both teams had better friendly lines, 7 points is a big spread for two teams who have such an intimate knowledge of each other and look to win with their defense. I think Carolina covers the seven points, but I don't feel comfortable enough to wager on it. If I was forced to choose, I'd take Carolina giving up the points and the under, however.

This analysis is purely speculation. This should not be considered betting advice in any way. Your wagers are your call.

JOMO APP Launch Means $1 Donation to Cam Newton Foundation for Every Download

JOMO APP Launch Means $1 Donation to Cam Newton Foundation for Every Download

Today, a Charlotte start-up, JOMO, launches in Charlotte with the support of the Cam Newton Foundation. Like Cam Newton, JOMO is unique. It's a phone app meant to get you off your phone and involved in activities nearby. Whether it's a beer with friends, a pickup basketball game, or connecting with members of the Roaring Riot watching an away game at a local bar, JOMO makes it easy to find fun activities spontaneously.

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