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The 2014 NFL regular season has come to an end and this coming Sunday December 28th will be the last day of football action. The season closes up with a total of 16 games taking place at different scenarios around the United States; for example at the Georgia Dome the Falcons will be hosting NFC South Conference first place – the Carolina Panthers.
Carolina Panthers currently hold an overall record of 6-8-1, there is no doubt Sunday brings a winner-take-all showdown against the Atlanta Falcons. Here are three reasons we believe Ron Rivera’s Panthers will repeat as division champs — something that’s never happened in the NFC South — and be a challenging out in postseason play.
- The Panthers are unleashing Cam Newton as a dual-threat playmaker
- The Panthers’ young and athletic defense is rounding into form
- Jonathan Stewart has ignited Carolina’s ground game
On the other hand, Atlanta Falcons Head coach Mike Smith and Quarterback Matt Ryan spoke to the media Wednesday about injuries and keeping emotions in check leading up to and during Sunday’s game. Check out this video on what they stated
If you are interested in doing some betting on this game, here are the most recent betting odds:
Carolina Panthers +3.5 47.5o
Atlanta Falcons -3.5 47.5u
Furthermore, the first game of Sunday will be the clash between Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Quarterback Joe Flacco made no bones about it after Sunday’s game or since. He and the offense “got whupped.”
Yes, the unblocked pressure the Houston Texans brought caused Flacco to throw off his back foot too often. Defensive end J.J. Watt was in his grill for much of the day. Flacco didn’t have a run game to rely on either and was in too many third-and-long situations to have lasting success. But Flacco also simply missed throws and made mistakes that played their part in the Ravens’ offensive stinker and the 25-13 loss.
Now, in his usual calm and confident way, Flacco is moving on. He needs to have a dramatically better game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday for the Ravens to have a chance of reaching the playoffs. source: Baltimore Ravens
The Browns coach said Manziel was accurate in his statement that the sample size is far too small for a long-term evaluation. Pettine isn’t ready to break down the franchise’s plans for the position in 2015 (that’s what the offseason is for), but he said he believes any narrative that Manziel has played his way out of favor with the team is manufactured from the outside.
The odds for this game stand at:
Cleveland Browns +10 42.5o
Baltimore Ravens –10 42.5u
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