Posted: September 16, 2020 / 06:19 AMDT
/ Update: September 16, 2020 / 06:19 AMDT
Charlotte, NC. (Fox 46 Charlotte) – The Carolina Panthers will finish their work this weekend as they face off against Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the NFC South Showdown.
The team is facing some tough injuries this week. Head coach Matt Rule said he did not expect OT Dennis Daly to play on Sunday. DT Kawan Short came out with a leg injury and has not practiced this week, with some hope for cornerback Donte Jackson. Jackson practiced this week, but without any contact.
With that, the offensive line needs to get better in the big moments to win.
The Panthers dropped a sack a week against the transferees, which they did only once in 1999.
Okung said the 4th and 1st were not reason enough
Wide receiver Robbie Anderson will be one in two weeks after Teddy Bridgewater’s 755-yard touchdown was caught last Sunday. Anderson was targeted eight times, finishing 115 yards with six catches.
In a Panthers offense on the shoulders of Arab Christian McCaffrey, Anderson supported the claim that DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel should compete to at least achieve the target.
The Panthers, on the other hand, not only need to keep an eye on Brady’s sharp arm, but also wide receiver Scotty Miller could prove to be a threat.
In the second year wide, five passes were caught for 73 yards for Brady’s Tampa Bay debut to look like the Julian Edelman clone.
Buccaneers refer to offensive options, but considering how Brady used his slot receivers during his career in New England, it stands to reason that Miller should be a good stash on benches imagined in deep matches.
The Panthers will play Bukani in the Gulf of Tampa at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 20.