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The 1-8 Panthers are dwelling in the NFC South’s cellar, while the visiting Baltimore Ravens are tied with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North at 6-3. The Ravens are also coming off a 9 day break, which should make them extra super hungry to put another notch in their win belts. As usual, there really isn’t anyone here in Charlotte who is optimistic that the Cats can pull this one out, but the tailgating and desire to enjoy an afternoon of good football weather should be enough to bring a fair amount of fans out to the game.
I’m with mom visiting dad in the hospital, and we’ll watch as much of the game as we can stand.
Game time is 1pm ET and it will be broadcast on CBS.
Update: No surpise here: The Panthers lose to the Ravens 37-13.