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Charlotte, NC – Injuries to the Carolina Panthers’ defense. A unit that was young and thin to start with has regressed after making solid progress in a three-game winning streak over the past two weeks. 53 points. Injuries are a big cause. Carolina recently lost two Pro Bowl defensive tackles and team co-captain Cavan Short to a season-ending shoulder injury. Defensive Endeavor Grass-Matos (Ankle) and Safety Justin Buris (Ribs) are placed in a short-term injured reserve. Cornerback Rasool Douglas was added to the COVID-19 / reserve list and Carolina did not play Sunday 27-24 at the hands of the New Orleans Saints. Those four starters are out – and top cornerback Donte Jackson are in and out of the lineup with a toe injury. On Sunday, the Saints made five runs in their first six drives and changed 12 of 14 third-down chances, entering touchdowns into the red zone on all three trips. They had a 9 minute margin at the time of capture and never punted. “They won man against man,” Panthers coach Matt Rule said. “In the first half they were 6 out of 6 in the third down and 3 out of 3 in the red zone. So, we’re areas of pride.” He completed 29 of 36 passes for 287 yards and two touchdowns, and the Saints were on 138 yards. “We need to be able to help our offense,” said linebacker Shock Thompson. “The offense played great. Defensively, we played well at times, but their third down killed us. If you do not win the third down, it becomes a long game and the same happened. “The Panthers (3-4) struggled to get Alvin Camara down, he was usually broken by arm tackles.” We have to fix it, run our feet, roll and get him down, “Thompson said. WHAT WORKINGD.J. Moore started his best game this season, making four catches and two touchdowns for 93 yards, including a 74-yard strike he was behind the defense. Moore has now received exactly 93 yards in his last three games, and has averaged 21.4 yards per reception during that period. What is needed is that Panthers need Christian McCaffrey back in the lineup, but the 2019 All-Pro runs back to play Thursday night against Atlanta if he feels 100% healthy. Otherwise, the Panthers will run back another 10 days to make sure their high ankle sprain is completely healed. He has missed five games so far. Phil-in starter Mike Davis is limited to running 12 yards and receiving 24 yards Saints. Stock UPburns. He is quietly becoming one of the best pass rushers in the league, getting his third strip-sack this season. The Panthers problem is that they are not getting much help on the other side and he is becoming a double-team. The Panthers are tied with six sacks for the last time in the league. Stock Downed Bridgewater Decision Making. Carolina trailed 27-24 in the fourth quarter, playing a tough game against the Bridgewater Saints – which moved the Panthers out of real field-goal range. On the fourth and 19th, the Panthers attempted a 65-yard field goal, which Joey Slee had just missed. Rule called it a “fatal blow” to the Panthers. “Whoever we are can’t take a bag there,” Rule said. “Whether it’s a dangerous line or a receiver, we can not take a bag. That’s the only thing we can not do there. No matter what happens, Teddy will not take that story, the dangerous line will not allow that story to happen, it will not happen.” The return of Curtis Samuel was a big help as he became a big-time playmaker in the third fall, with Samuel having six catches for 48 yards and also running for a 5-yard touchdown. Listed, but showed good spirit during the game. “He does everything we ask him to do,” said Bridgewater. Key NUMBER56. 3 – Percentage of third-down conversions allowed by the Carolina defense this season, which ranks 31st in the league Looking to get back on track against a Falcons team, Carolina was 31-16 23-16 in Atlanta three weeks ago. Bridgewater was thrown for yards and two touchdowns, and Davis lost from 149 yards. Davis’ last win over the Falcons may be another reason for the team to rest for another week .___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLSteve

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