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Here’s a breakdown of our home and away opponents
The Carolina Panthers have clinched last place in the NFC South thanks to their 38-6 loss to the Indianapolis Colts yesterday , and because of that they now know the teams they will face in 2020.Of course we will see our familiar friends/foes from the NFC South both home and away in 2020, as we always do. We also play the NFC North and AFC West next year, with trips to Green Bay, Minnesota , Kansas City and Los Angeles. We will welcome Chicago, Detroit, Denver and Oakland (or Las Vegas) into our home. Because we finished last in our division, we get to play the last place teams in the NFC East and West , so Arizona will visit us and we’ll travel to Washington to round out the schedule.We don’t know the order of games yet, but trust me — the NFL will make a much bigger deal out of it than they should, so you can expect to find out our schedule when the NFL makes an announcement about the two hour schedule release show that will air in a prime time slot on NFL Network because the NFL simply can’t help themselves. For those of you who just want to see the list — we’ll provide it when it’s released.Here’s a breakdown of our home and away opponents in an easier to read format:HomeAtlanta FalconsNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay BuccaneersChicago BearsDetroit LionsDenver BroncosOakland RaidersArizona CardinalsAwayAtlanta FalconsNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay BuccaneersGreen Bay PackersMinnesota VikingsKansas City ChiefsLos Angeles ChargersWashingtonWhich games are you looking forward to next year? I’m personally excited about seeing Thomas Davis again, though I’m sure he will make us regret letting him go by dominating the game.How many prime time games do you think the Panthers will get in 2020? (Keep in mind that all NFL teams are guaranteed at least one.) Share your thoughts with us! After catching five balls for 57 yards in the first half , Panthers rookie wide receiver D.J. Moore got the third quarter off to a good start by ripping off an 82-yard catch. Moore took what looked to be about a 15 yard gain and turned it into a 82-yarder after breaking the initial tackle. The only disappointment was he didn’t score. I can forgive him for that. I’ll take the great hands and ability to break tackles over top end sprinter speed any day. He’s still plenty fast anyway.On the season Moore now has 487 yards receiving on the season, a 50% increase in one game. The league has noticed.What is ironic is that on the day their first round pick finally looked like a No. 1 wide receiver, their actual No. 1 wide receiver Devin Funchess dropped three passes. Funchess picked a bad day to have a bad day. The future at wide receiver for the Panthers may come sooner than we think.While we are talking about the future let’s give some love to second year wide receiver Curtis Samuel:

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