The Miami Dolphins complete their three-week prime-time streak with a Monday Night Football showdown with the Carolina Panthers. Miami last played Carolina in 2013, the only time in five meetings that the Dolphins were on the wrong side of the final 20-16 score. The Dolphins were last in Carolina in 2009, beating the Panthers 24-17 on a Thursday night.
Carolina will be looking to rebound in 2017 after a disappointing 2016, when they finished 6-10, last in the NFC South.
The Dolphins will head into their bye week after ending the Week 10 slate of games for the NFL.
Time for a closer look at the Panthers, with some help from Cat Scratch Reader.
Notable free agent additions
Notable free agent departures
Draft picks expected to contribute as rookies
While the Panthers continue to say veteran RB Jonathan Stewart will get the bulk of the work I think they will have a hard time not putting the ball in McCaffrey’s hands. I think he’s going to be electric as a rookie.
Biggest offseason addition
DE Julius Peppers – The Panthers all time sack leader returns home. So far the fans have welcomed him home with open arms.
Biggest storyline heading into training camp
QB Cam Newton’s continued recovery from offseason shoulder surgery. He is expected to be ready for training camp but had only begin throwing recently.
Under-the-radar storyline heading into training camp
LB Shaq Thompson looks…
click here to read the rest of this story