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Carolina Panthers: defense shines in big win on Sunday
Get an early start on the day of the Carolina Panthers football game in London here.
The Carolina Panthers’ last loss was a 20-14 loss to divisional rival Tampa Bay in Week 2 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Fast forward three weeks and Carolina hasn’t lost since, scoring three straight wins in addition to making her very first trip across the Atlantic Ocean to play in London this week.
Alternate quarterback Kyle Allen starts again in place of an injured Cam Newton, who did not accompany the team on their travels. Either way, a seemingly re-energized attack and a strong defensive front await a Buccaneers side hoping to replicate their early season performances.
Running back Christian McCaffrey was limited to just 53 total yards in the last game, but has averaged over 200 yards in each of the last three games. Offensive coordinator Norv Turner should have made some adjustments, including a healthy dose of McCaffrey to make a difference this time around.
A local early afternoon, Carolina fans will enjoy their breakfast (maybe a traditional English fries) as it kicks off in the United States.
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The Panthers and Buccaneers kick off at 9:30 am EST at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.