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Torrey Smith for the fourth straight game as he deals
March 15, 2019 05:58AM
The Panthers and Lions have revealed the players who will not suit up in today’s game , and the Panthers will be without veteran wide receiverwith a knee injury he suffered in the team’s 21-17 comeback win against the Eagles in Week 7.Reserve guard Brendan Mahon will also be inactive today after not making the trip to Detroit due to a personal matter.One active player of note for the Panthers is Cameron Artis-Payne, who gets a jersey in place of recently released running back C.J. Anderson. Both new roster additions at running back—Kenjon Barner and Travaris Cadet—are inactive today.The Lions will be without two key contributors today. Wide receiver Marvin Jones and defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson are both inactive due to injury. The Panthers will hope to take advantage of Detroit’s weakened defensive line, so we should expect to see a heavy dose of Christian McCaffrey this afternoon.Here are the inactive players for each teamtongue sticking out smileyanthers inactivesWR Torrey SmithG Brendan MahonRB Kenjon BarnerG Amini SilatoluDE Efe ObadaRB Travaris CadetLB Andre SmithLions inactivesWR Marvin JonesTE Michael RobertsDT A’Shawn RobinsonWR Brandon PowellOT Andrew DonnalLB Kelvin SheppardDE Eric Lee Welcome back to the 2018 edition of Step UP or Step OUT, a series on CSR that is intended to look at players who are playing well and highlight a few that need to step their game up. Think of it as a heat index for the Carolina Panthers; guys who are playing well are stepping up and those who aren’t need to improve their game or. . . step out.This week we’ll look at a bunch of guys that continue to press on and play very well, helping lead the team to their 10th straight home victory at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers expense. With the Pittsburgh Steelers on deck, they’ll need to keep the good times rolling. We only have one guy “Steppin’ OUT” this week, and hopefully the team can make some adjustments around him.Steppin’ UPCam Newton“Drip” Level: The #CAMVP train rolls on as it was another efficient day from the Panthers star quarterback both through the air and on the ground. Cam was accurate all day long with just a couple of exceptions , and continues to make a few unbelievable throws in tight windows to remind people just how good he is. He probably won’t win the MVP with so many other compelling campaigns going, but he is certainly worthy of it.Curtis SamuelHeat Rating: Whatever cheat code he put in to make this happenJUST GIVE THE MAN THE DAMN BALL. This is what happens when you do exactly that. It is becoming a weekly occurrence that one of our young wideouts puts highlight reel footage out there, if not both, and I say we keep feeding them. Both Samuel and his running mate D.J. Moore are incredibly exciting to watch, and the best part is they are just two of many special playmakers on this team.Christian McCaffreyHeat Rating: How HOT this tweet is...You gotta love the Panthers social media team... but without Christian McCaffrey pulling some high hurdle magic, that little clip isn’t even possible. McCaffrey continues to be the workhorse of this team, piling up yards from scrimmage like a doomsday prepper before Y2K. Some would say he could be even MORE involved in the offense , and while that is not a bad thing, there are just so many playmakers in need of touches... why tire any one individual out?James BradberryHeat Rating: A very hot glue gunMike Evans was targeted ten times on Sunday, and only managed to turn ONE of those into a reception. That is in no small part to what is hands down the best game James Bradberry has ever played. Eric Washington allowed his defensive backs more freedom to run press coverage at the line of scrimmage, and he was rewarded with a pair of interceptions and three sacks on the day. Bradberry has always possessed the physical tools to get a good jam at the line, it’s nice to see him be trusted to do so.Thomas DavisHeat Rating: Like a series of explosions beautifully orchestrated to classical musicThomas Davis, even at his age, continues to be one of the most effective linebackers in the league. At the beginning of the season Womens Taylor Moton Jersey , I didn’t give much credence to the idea that this wouldn’t be his final season, but watching him come out on fire after his suspension and play as well as he ever has, that idea doesn’t seem quite so far fetched anymore. Against the Buccaneers, he led the team in tackles on the day, and if he gave up a catch in coverage I must have missed it.Donte JacksonHeat Rating: #DROYDonte Jackson came down with another interception on Sunday and this one might have been his finest yet. Not only did it seal the game for the Panthers, but it was highly contested by Desean Jackson, and a difficult catch overall. Donte was clearly the superior Jackson on the field Sunday.This is his fourth pick of the season , which is tied for the NFL lead, but he is also making a great impact in the run game, with a couple of key stops on the edge when he was left alone to defend it.Steppin’ OUTCaptain MunnerlynCold Rating: Overnight guard duty on top of the wall for the Nightswatch.Adam Humphries completely decimated Captain Munnerlyn in coverage on Sunday on his way to eight total receptions and two touchdowns. Captain is not the sole responsible party for each and every one, but there wasn’t a time where I saw Munnerlyn exactly joined to his hip either. On the whole, this has been a down year for the Captain, and it appears that the Panthers search for a truly reliable nickel corner will continue again in the offseason.

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