With a chance to win consecutive games for the first time this season, the Carolina Panthers fell 27-21 to Brady Quinn and the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday in a game that some argued should have been pushed back one or two days.
Despite the Panthers being able to move the ball, the team could not force the Chiefs into any mistakes, ultimately leading to their loss. Kansas City played inspired football and seemed to be very focused, committing just one penalty and zero turnovers in the entire game.
Jaxon of SB Nation's Carolina Panthers blog, Cat Scratch Reader, thinks the Panthers showed something in their loss, but it is not exactly something a fan wants to see from their team.
This game showed that if the Panthers don't play flawlessly then any team that plays well can beat them, even a team that is 1-10.
Now at 3-9 in the season, Ron Rivera and the Carolina Panthers will head back home to start their preparation for Sunday's game against the NFC South division leader Atlanta Falcons.