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Panthers vs Falcons: Live updatesby Bradley Smith on November 17, 2019 at 6:06 pm
Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports The Panthers trail the Falcons 3-0 in the first quarter. Live updates And the kick is good. Panthers 0 Falcons 3 And another big hit by Boston to set up 4th down. The Falcons will attempt the field goal. Big 3rd down here for the defense. Big hit by Tre Boston to shut down an end around. And on 1st down Calvin Ridley picks up 34 yards. This could be going better. The Panthers forced a 3rd down but let the Falcons pick up 14 yards and a first down. Sigh. The Falcons win the coin toss and elect to receive. The Panthers will start the game on defense. Kickoff is just 15 minutes away. Stay tuned for live updates and running commentary! Pregame Hey Panthers fans, are you looking to go to Bank of America Stadium to watch the Panthers (hopefully) beat the Falcons on Sunday? If you are, then you’re in luck! You can buy tickets to this Sunday’s Panthers-Falcons game from StubHub by clicking HERE! The Carolina Panthers (5-4) are coming off a disappointing Week 10 loss on the road against the Green Bay Packers and will look to rebound against their hated division rival, the Atlanta Falcons (2-7), who have been through a lot of pain and suffering this season and are probably ready for it to be over. (You hate to see it.) Below you will find all the information you need to catch the action as it happens live. Game day information What: Carolina Panthers vs Atlanta FalconsWhen: Sunday, November 17 at 1 p.m. ETWhere: Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, N.C.)TV: FOX; Dick Stockton, Mark Schlereth (Coverage map)Tickets: Get your tickets for Panthers-Falcons from StubHub!Streaming: FuboTV, Fox Sports Go (tv login required), Yahoo! Sports, Panthers mobileRadio: Panthers radio (local); Mick Mixon, Jake DelhommeSpanish Radio: Panthers radio (local); Jaime Moreno, Luis Moreno JrWeather: 53° / Mostly Sunny / 12 mph NNE wind / 0% rain (Complete forecast) Miscellaneous information Need more details? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Mobile app You can download the official Panthers app to get live score updates during the game straight to your phone. Also, if you live in the N.C./S.C. market you can listen to the live radio broadcast of every game with the app. You can find the Panthers app in your phone’s app store or you can download the app here. Online streaming FuboTV: You can stream and record live NFL games on FuboTV if you purchase a monthly subscription to their service. (Note: You cannot watch games that are broadcast on ESPN.) FOX Sports Go: You can stream live NFL games broadcast on FOX with FOX Sports Go Note: A tv provider login is required to stream on Fox Sports GO. Yahoo! Sports: You can stream live NFL games on Yahoo! Sports’ mobile app. Panthers.com: You can stream all Panthers games on their website. Note: Streaming on Panthers.com is only available for in-market fans. NFL GamePass: You can stream all NFL regular season games on demand if you purchase NFL Game Pass. It’s a little pricey at $99, but it also includes access to All-22 film. If you’re just desperate to watch the Panthers game there is a 7-day free trial, but sign up at your own risk if you’re one of those people who forgets to cancel before the free trial is over. Note: You cannot watch regular season games live with NFL GamePass. You have to wait until after the games are over before you can stream them. To find more ways to watch the Panthers, click here. TV replays NFL Network will air condensed replays of a selected group of regular season games throughout the week. To see if/when the Panthers’ game will be replayed, you can check NFL Network’s television schedule for more information. Roaring Riot watch parties If you’re unable to watch the game via live tv or streaming, or if you prefer to watch in the company of fellow Panthers fans, check out the Roaring Riot to see if there is a watch party in your area. Membership is not required to get in the door, but if you’re interested in purchasing a membership you can find all the information you need here. Tickets Get your tickets to this Sunday’s Panthers-Falcons game from StubHub by clicking here. Uniforms The Panthers will wear black jerseys for this game. Odds If you’re into that sort of thing, you can find info on NFL game odds by clicking here. Stay tuned for a live update thread when the game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday! Cat Scratch Reader has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Cat Scratch Reader and SB Nation may earn commissions for products purchased via affiliate links. For more information, see our guiding principles.
Panthers vs Falcons: 1st half open threadby Bradley Smith on November 17, 2019 at 5:30 pm
Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/Tribune News Service via Getty Images The Panthers take on the Falcons at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. on Sunday, November 17 at 1 p.m. ET. The Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons square off today in an NFC South battle that could have serious playoff implications for the Panthers. If the Panthers lose today it all but eliminates them from the NFC playoff picture since they would need too much help from other teams to have a realistic shot at making it. I said all that to say this — the Panthers need to win today. Hopefully they’re able to do just that. Use this space to talk about the action as it unfolds. You know the drill. This is now an open thread!
Panthers vs Falcons: Game day inactivesby Bradley Smith on November 17, 2019 at 4:40 pm
Photo by George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Panthers will be without Dennis Daley today, but Greg Little is active for the first time in several weeks after being in the concussion protocol. The Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons have released their inactives lists for today’s NFC South clash. Panthers inactives Panthers inactives: DT Kyle LoveRB Mike DavisEDGE Christian MillerOT Dennis DaleyCB Ross CockrellLB Jordan KunaszykWR Brandon Zylstra— Alaina Getzenberg (@agetzenberg) November 17, 2019 Falcons inactives Our inactives for #ATLvsCAR pic.twitter.com/zJYAY2hsSG— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) November 17, 2019 The Panthers will be without Dennis Daley today, which could be a big deal. Fortunately, Greg Little is back from the concussion protocol and is active today. I’m not sure how much he’ll play out of precaution, but Daley being inactive might force Little into more action than the team originally planned for. If Little is unable to play, the Panthers will have to use a combination of Taylor Moton and Daryl Williams at tackle, which hasn’t been the best combination this season. Christian Miller, Kyle Love and Ross Cockrell being out today hampers the defense’s depth, but it’s good that Donte Jackson will be able to suit up and play. Mike Davis, Jordan Kunaszyk and Brandon Zylstra were expected to be inactive today, so no surprise there. The Falcons are without two of their key players on offense — running back Devonta Freeman and tight end Austin Hooper — so the Panthers should definitely take advantage of their absence in Atlanta’s lineup. Kickoff is only 90 minutes away, Panthers fans! Are you ready?
The Panthers are 4.5 point home favorites over the Falconsby Jaxon on November 16, 2019 at 4:05 pm
Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports There should a lot of offense in this one...so that means the defenses will shine. If not for the Atlanta Falcons win over the New Orleans Saints last Sunday in New Orleans I would completely agree on the Carolina Panthers covering the 4.5 point spread. Yet the Falcons defense was quite impressive on the road which now gives me pause. A three point win by the Panthers is still a win. Moving to the over/under of 49 points, I am also torn. Just like the spread, I now wonder if defense might instead rule this day. Well rule it enough to stay under 49 points. Something to the tune of 23-20. Betting Pros appears to reflect this thinking. While the experts at Betting Pros may favor the Panthers to cover it is very close and not enough to feel confident about it. Same with the under of 49 points. I do feel confident running back Christian McCaffrey will keep his touchdown streak going yet the Falcons defense will be focused on him. If you are looking for a bet with better confidence then consider these: Dallas Cowboys (-7) over Detroit Lions (90 percent likely to cover) New York Jets (+2.5) to cover Washington on the road (78 percent likely to cover) Kansas City Chiefs (-4) over Los Angeles Chargers (76 percent likely to cover)
Panthers vs Falcons Friday injury report: Ross Cockrell out, Donte Jackson questionableby Walker Clement on November 15, 2019 at 6:20 pm
Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images Dennis Daley is also unlikely to play on Sunday The big injury news for the Carolina Panthers hit yesterday with the announcement that offensive tackle Greg Little has cleared the concussion protocol. Friday’s practice went about as expected with a number of veteran players on the defense getting the day off for rest. The only questions remaining for the team this weekend regard the status of Dennis Daley (doubtful, groin) and Donte Jackson (questionable, hip). With Ross Cockrell already out with his quad injury, expect the Panthers to play Jackson if at all possible. Daley, meanwhile, remains as doubtful to play as his injury designation suggests. You can see the full details of the official injury report here. Panthers injury report Out CB Ross Cockrell (quad) Doubtful OT Dennis Daley (groin) Questionable CB Donte Jackson (hip) Did not participate in practice OT Dennis Daley (groin)CB Ross Cockrell (quad)LB Shaq Thompson (ankle)OLB/DE Mario Addison (rest)OLB/DE Bruce Irvin (rest) Limited participation in practice CB Donte Jackson (hip) Full participation in practice RB Christian McCaffrey (rest)CB James Bradberry (groin)OT Greg Little (concussion)DT Kyle Love (shoulder)DT Gerald McCoy (knee)LB/DE Brian Burns (wrist) Practice Status Did not participate in practice = 0% of a player’s normal repetitionsLimited participation in practice = Less than 100% of a player’s normal repetitionsFull participation in practice = 100% of a player’s normal repetitions Game Status Out = Player will not playDoubtful = Player unlikely to playQuestionable = Uncertain if player will play