4 Cardinals players that the Panthers need to keep quiet in Week 4

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Which members of the Arizona Cardinals should the Carolina Panthers keep a close eye on when they clash at Bank of America Stadium in Week 4?

The Carolina Panthers are looking for their second consecutive win against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. They finally ended their ten-game losing record in Week 3 and Matt Rhule’s young roster needs to be at the top of their game to get the better of a team who looks like a possible postseason contender.

This is going to be a stern test of their credentials. The Carolina Panthers made some outstanding adjustments at the Los Angeles Chargers during a contest that should really have been out of sight by the first half, which enabled them to come away with a morale-boosting triumph.

It is only one win, and the Panthers would do well to remember that.

Getting too ahead of themselves is only going to complicate matters. This is still a work in progress no matter which way one looks at it. But the more successful they can become during this stage of Carolina’s rebuild, the better their chances will be going forward.

The Cardinals have some outstanding weapons on both sides of the ball. It isn’t hard to see why they are quietly fancied to do some real damage in 2020 and they are aiming to put things right following a disappointing defeat to the Detriot Lions last time out.

Confidence will be high for the Panthers going into this one, but what comes next after their first triumph will be vital. It’s going to take another big effort against a talented opponent and if they can emerge from the first four weeks of the campaign with a .500 record, then that is more than even the most optimistic fan hoped for.

Let’s take a look at four Cardinals players that Carolina needs to keep quiet on Sunday.