3 plays to love, 3 plays to hate from the Panthers' 29-3 loss to the Falcons

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3 plays to love, 3 plays to hate from the Panthers' 29-3 loss to the Falcons
3 plays to love, 3 plays to hate from the Panthers' 29-3 loss to the Falcons

I normally spend a decent amount of time pulling this weekly article together by describing game scenarios and the nuance of individual plays. Doing this takes a certain degree of preparation, dedication, and work, three attributes the Carolina Panthers entire organization lacked to unacceptable degrees against the Atlanta Falcons. Maybe this is petty on my part, but this week's Plays to Love, Plays to Hate is going to mirror Carolina's effort against Atlanta, meaning it will be shoddy, apathetic, and a general embarrassment to my craft. Plays to love 1st quarter - The Falcons offense started in field goal range following a Kyle Allen interception. Mario Addison and Bruce Irvin teamed up for

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