Panthers hoping playoff experience pays off

Panthers hoping playoff experience pays off

Panthers hoping playoff experience pays off

A large part of that was the improvement of the Saints running game with Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara. Or you can catch all the action on NFL Gamepass.

The third-round pick from Tennessee has been a matchup problem for just about every team hehas faced, including the Panthers.

The Saints pair have probably surpassed Atlanta's Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman as the best two-headed backfield monster in the league.

To get that done, they'll need the offensive line to do their jobs and win their individual matchups.

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In Carolina, Christian McCaffrey has also grown with every game after a slow start to the season. He turned those two rush attempts into 37 yards and a touchdown in route to a 34-13 victory.

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But 37-year-old defensive end Julius Peppers believes Carolina's experience can only help.

The Panthers are unquestionably the most battle-tested team in the NFC playoffs with a roster consisting of players who have participated in 187 career postseason games. Except Newton, whose scrambles and zone-read plays will keep drives alive and allow the Panthers to stay close for awhile.

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