Charles Godfrey Cut, Panthers Not Pretty Atop NFC South


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5 Bold Predictions for Carolina Panthers’ Week 8 Matchup

Tyler Horner – Bleacher Report

"Definitely some bold predictions within this article.We are yet to slow down a good running back this year, and Marshawn Lynch is coming to town on Sunday.  Cam Newton will have to recover from a poor performance last week, and will look to put up a solid game."

Carolina Panthers cut Charles Godfrey

Kevin Patra – 

"The shot heard around the Queen City on Tuesday was warmly received by some.  Panthers’ DB Charles Godfrey was officially cut on Tuesday.I’ve dogged Godfrey all season and have not been a fan of his since his contract year.  With that being said, we wish him the best of luck catching on somewhere else.  Great guy and it’s never a happy time when someone loses their job.  Next man up in Carolina should be Josh Norman until Bene Benwikere is back."

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Clare Farnsworth –

"A Seahawks’ take on this week’s game.This should be one of the more entertaining games for week eight.  Both of these NFC teams had high hopes, but stand a combined 6-6-1 on the season.  Two young and promising quarterbacks, two beleaguered defenses and a huge game that might decide who gets to keep playing in January."

Panthers are ‘pretties of ugly’ NFC South

Joseph Person – The Charlotte Observer via The State

"The Panthers are tops in the NFC South, but it isn’t pretty when you look at the whole picture.The NFC South is 8-17-1 all year, and the weakest division in the league.  It might not be pretty, but as long as the Panthers can take the NFC South crown, Carolina will host a first round game in the NFC Playoffs.  Let’s not forget that the last two times that Carolina had homefield advantage and were the favorites, they got smoked out of their own stadium.  Maybe it’s not always best to be the best once the playoffs roll around."

It was heartwarming to see the Panthers’ rookies put smiles on children’s faces at the Levine Children’s hospital on Tuesday –