Redskins vs Panthers : The Carolina Panthers (3-1), led by quarterback Cam Newton, meet the Washington Redskins (2-2), led by quarterback Alex Smith, in a Week 6 NFL football game on Sunday, October 14, 2018 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The Redskins are coming off a brutal loss on Football against the New Orleans Saints.
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Redskins vs Panthers Live
Date : Sunday, October 14
Start Time : 1:00 PM ET
Redskins vs Panthers
The Redskins are dealing with multiple injuries on the offensive line and at wide receiver and running back this week. Shawn Lauvao is doubtful with a calf injury so the team will start Tony Bergstrom at center and move Chase Roullier to LG again. Brandon Scherff, Trent Williams, and Morgan Moses are
The first time: December 24, 1995, RFK Stadium — This season finale was meaningful only to the first-year Panthers—a win would have given them a .500 record, the best ever for an expansion team. The Redskins spoiled Carolina’s chance, however, by driving 93 yards in three plays for a third-
Maurice Harris will likely see some playing time again this week with the Redskins top 3 WRs hurting. Josh Doctson(heel) and Paul Richardson Jr.(shoulder/knee) sound like they could play this week while Jamison Crowder hasn’t practiced all week and is likely out with an ankle injury.
Can the Redskins get a takeaway from Newton? In four career games against the Redskins, he has 117 pass attempts and he hasn’t thrown an interception. That might help them break their 0-4 skid against Newton and their five-game losing streak to the Panthers no matter who played quarterback.
Running back is another banged up position. Adrian Peterson is dealing with shoulder and knee injuries. He is expected to play but could be limited. Chris Thompson injured his ribs snd knee on Monday night. Kapri Bibbs will be active, while Samaje Perine looks for his opportunity to play while he rides the bench.
Although they continue to be stuck in the early afternoon window, the Carolina Panthers have been able to benefit from two high-profile opponents two weeks in a row in order to garner significant attention from FOX. On the same network as last week, and with the same commentary crew, the Panthers will try and duplicate their result from Week Five with a victory over an NFC East opponent – Hopefully in less dramatic fashion.
For the second-straight week, FOX’s commentary team will include play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert and color analyst Charles Davis, with Pam Oliver reporting from the sidelines. Meanwhile, the Panthers’ radio broadcast will once again