Patriots vs. Panthers 2017 odds: Carolina favored at home

The New England Patriots are set to take on the Carolina Panthers in a Week 11 matchup on Monday Night Football. New England (7-2) is coming off a dominating 55-31 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, while Carolina (6-3) is nabbed a huge win over the San Francisco 49ers on the road.

Chris Johnson has been unstoppable in the first half, rushing for 80 yards and two touchdowns — matching his season score total in one quarter of football. It’s been difficult to project his effectiveness this season after a series of up-and-down games, but Johnson has been reliable against Indianapolis. A combination of pass rushing and reliable running is controlling the clock and Andrew Luck can’t generate offense.

Defensive struggles from the Colts gave way to a chippy game in the second quarter. Indianapolis linebacker Erik Walden ripped off the helmet of tight end Delanie Walker, before putting adding an exclamation point in the form of a headbutt. Things quickly went downhill as the defense committed back-to-back unnecessary roughness penalties, leading to a Tennessee field goal.

Luck has thrown for 108 yards, Johnson has run for 80 yards and both sides are fighting. The conclusion to Thursday Night Football will be one to watch.
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We already know that Fitzpatrick’s going to start having to put his Harvard degree to use within the next year or two, but what are the Titans going to do with Locker? They can’t keep putting their seasons in jeopardy with a player who so often finds himself on the trainer’s table. Sure, I’m not saying you have to invest a lot to replace Locker, but you have to invest more.