The Washington vs Panthers live stream is coming up and will have Cam Newton back as Carolina's starting quarterback facing his old coach Ron Rivera. While a lot of the camera's will be focused on that, Washington has to focus on a linebacker who will be lurking at the line of scrimmage in this NFL live stream.
Washington (3-6) is coming off the best win of Taylor Heinicke's career. The 28-year-old quarterback who assumed the starters role after Ryan Fitzpatrick went down with a season-ending injury in week one, threw for 256 yards on 26-of-32 passing and a touchdown in their 29-19 win over Tom Brady and the Bucs last week in Washington.
The Panthers (5-5) have received a shot in the arm after resigning former franchise quarterback and league MVP Cam Newton a week ago. Carolina took advantage of a Kyler Murray-less Cardinals team last week with the 34-10 win with Newton opening the scoring on a two-yard touchdown run. Panthers' head coach Matt Rhule told the media this week "we're trending that way" when asked if Newton will start against Washington.
Quarterback protection is always of the utmost importance in the NFL, but it is particularly important in this matchup. Heinicke has been sacked 14 times over the last three games and now they face a pass rush that features Haason Reddick. The Panthers' strong side linebacker has 9.5 sacks on the season, fourth highest total in the NFL.
Washington Inactives: Curtis Samuel (WR), Antonio Gandy-Golden (WR), Corn Elder (CB), Shaka Toney (DE), Saahdiq Charles (T), Ricky Seals-Jones (TE)
Panthers Inactives: Matt Barkley (QB), Shi Smith (WR), Kenny Robinson (S), Rashaan Melvin (CB), Phil Hoskins (DT)
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Washington vs Panthers live streams in the US
The game starts at 1:00 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT Sunday (Nov 21).
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Washington vs Panthers live streams in the UK
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The Washington vs Panthers live stream starts at 6:00 p.m. GMT Sunday evening.
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Washington vs Panthers live streams in Canada
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Washington vs Panthers fantasy picks and odds
Washington: Running back Antonio Gibson scored two touchdowns last week, but has was limited in practice this week with a shin injury. Wide receivers Terry McLaurin and DeAndre Carter are coming off a strong week 10 as well. McLaurin added to his team leading receiving total with a six-catch, 49-yard output against the Bucs, while Carter caught three passes for 56 yards and a touchdown.
Panthers: Running back Christian McCaffery has put two great performances together since returning from his hamstring injury that caused him to miss five games. McCaffery has 267 total yards over this last two games, but has yet to find the end zone. Panthers defense is a great start this week, with the way Washington has failed to protect their quarterback. Plus, Washington has averaged just 10 points-per-game over their last two road games.
The Panthers are 3.5-point favorites against Washington. The over/under is 43.
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