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Carolina Panthers

Quarterback Cam Newton and the Panthers' offense started to find their groove two games before their bye, and they're facing a defense ranked 21st in the league. Carolina's defense, ranked second in the NFL, faces a Jets offense that struggled and put up only 10 points in their last game, a 15-10 loss to struggling Tampa Bay. The Panthers will shut down the running game, forcing Josh McCown to beat them, and that isn't likely to happen. Panthers 27, Jets 13 -- David Newton


New York Jets

Unless the Jets signed a new offense during the bye week, this looms as a bad matchup. The Panthers rank among the league leaders in most of the major defensive categories and will cause problems for the Jets’ inconsistent line. The Jets have allowed 204 rushing yards to opposing quarterbacks (tie-29th), hardly ideal when you're facing Cam Newton. The Jets also come up short when analyzing common opponents. Carolina's last three wins came against teams responsible for the Jets' last three losses (Tampa Bay, Atlanta and Miami). Panthers 27, Jets 17 -- Rich Cimini

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