Patriots aren't taking Panthers, Newton lightly

Patriots aren't taking Panthers, Newton lightly

Patriots aren't taking Panthers, Newton lightly

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots are both 2-1 heading into Sunday's game at Gillette Stadium, but one team is trending down.

WR Sterling Shepard (NYG) - Just because he shares the field with OBJ, doesn't mean you can't trust him. If you don't want Cam at his pregame self, you don't deserve him at his Just Beat The Patriots self.

Here he is talking about a possible protest during the team's next game against the New England Patriots.

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It was Newton's second touchdown of the half, equaling what he threw in the first three games. Even more, he seems not to be taking off and running as he may have more frequently in the past.

In terms of the coaching staff, Bill Belichick, when asked about it by the Panthers media brigade, brushed it aside fairly quickly. "But he's a very good pocket passer and a very good guy at reading coverages and getting the ball to open receivers".

Flawless attendance also means that Rex Burkhead has made his return to the practice field. Things get tougher with a Friday night visit from No. 14 Miami. I wish we had gotten that call. The A-Team at the network will be sending Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews to New England to cover the defending Super Bowl champion's interconference tilt. So I'm sure he's going to get it right. "I have the utmost respect for the men and women who fight for our freedom".

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Newton was limited at practice for the second week in a row, although Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Newton threw more than he did leading to the Saints' game.

Newton also took advantage of a few designed quarterback runs in order to secure impactful yardage in the game. "Because where we're going now, it's not healthy at all". The Panthers have Newton running less, by design.

All the experts picked the Patriots. With 3 yards to gain on third down, Newton looked deep for Byrd and completely missed a wide-open Devin Funchess on a short screen. "I wouldn't say I don't believe in (momentum), but the rule is you've got 24 hours to think about it and now it's on to the next". "They run the ball. You get that kind of production by doing a lot of things well". We saw that in the game down there in '13, so I would put him at the top of the list. As great as Tom Brady is, he tends to look a little human when he is constantly under pressure. However, Cam is not the only one to blame.

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More than 80 percent of Sports Interaction bettors expect the Patriots to cover the 8.5-point spread and 90 percent are betting the game to go over the 49-point over/under line. Peppers said he didn't want to kneel because he wanted to make it clear he was not showing disrespect for the USA flag. "We just have to develop that as a football team", Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis said. "So we've got a challenge ahead of us and we've got to go in there and do our job".

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