By Michael Brennan
The Carolina Panthers (2-8) are looking at a premium opportunity to steer their season in the right direction; the stage – Monday Night Football, the opponent – the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles (3-7) have experienced much of the same disappointment that the Carolina Panthers have this season. It’s the story of two teams, one ensuring a “dynasty”, the other, ensuring a Super Bowl. While most of the nation will find this Monday night alignment irrelevant, both teams are bringing everything to the fight in this very “winnable” matchup.
Unfortunately for Philadelphia, they will be without Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy, both ruled out because of concussions. Rookie quarterback, Nick Foles, will get the start in place of the injured Vick while Bryce Brown replaces fellow running back LeSean McCoy. The Eagles will need to produce some offense with this pair of rookies. Philadelphia has averaged only 16.2 points per game all season, managing to only score six points in Nick Foles’ only start this season.
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