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The Atlanta Falcons were simply outplayed in every facet of the game against the Carolina Panthers. The only good thing about this game is that Atlanta still has four weeks before the Playoffs begin to fix the problem’s this team still has.
The Falcons play the Carolina Panthers this weekend in Charlotte. We solicit the knowledge of ProFootballTalk.com’s Darin Gantt for a Panthers perspective.
When it comes to rivalry games, statistics take a backseat. It doesn’t matter than Atlanta has won eight more games than Carolina. It doesn’t matter that Atlanta already defeated Carolina this season. In these games, emotion and luck take on much more importance than usual.
Hall of Famer Quarterback, Warren Moon joins Overtime with Jim Murray and gives his explanation on the Cam Newton situation. . . . .
As only one of three teams to start the 2012 campaign out 4-0, the Atlanta Falcons are doing very well. Even though their record may currently be perfect, not all aspects of their game has been. This is a quick breakdown of Atlanta’s good, bad and ugly of their first 4 games.
Cam Newton may not be Superman, but he certainly put up a heroic effort against the Falcons. Amassing 300+ yards, Newton and the Panthers gave the Falcons everything they could handle leaving the game to be decided in the waning seconds.