Despite sitting at 4-4, the Tennessee Titans still have a shot at the AFC South title and can move themselves into better position in the division. In order to make a second half run however, the Titans offense is going to have to pick up the pace, especially running the ball. Running back Chris Johnson has been a massive disappointment this season, but he will be facing the 28th ranked rush defense, so Johnson could get things in gear against the Panthers.
The Panthers on the other hand are coming off a bye week after starting 2-6, but will look to put some wins together to go with rookie Cam Newton's impressive performances."To be 2-6 is not acceptable by any means, and it's disappointing," Panthers coach Ron Rivera said. "But what we can do, and what we have the ability to do, is more important to our guys right now." The Titans come in with just a single road win, so the Panthers will be looking to exploit a low scoring Titans offense and a defense that gives up some big plays in the passing game.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, November 13; 4:15pm ET
Location: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
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