Week 3 has finally come to a close and the Carolina Panthers are looking ahead to Week 4 and a date with division rival Atlanta Falcons. Unfortunately, their task is still a daunting one, as they find themselves on the road and facing one of only three undefeated teams in the league. Yes, the Panthers have their work cut out for them.
Three games into the 2012 season and Carolina has been inconsistent on both sides of the ball. The offense has looked out of sync and struggled to put up points, while in the team's lone win, it looked almost unstoppable while it had possession.
The defense has been a nightmare, and so far this season, it has allowed point totals of 16, 27 and 36. The scariest thing though is its competition keeps getting stronger.
So, what kind of numbers can be expected of the Panthers after the dust finally settles within the confines of the Georgia Dome Sunday afternoon?
In a game that could possibly make or break their season, the Panthers need to play flawless football and execute the way we know they can. The quality of their stats and production will help their cause tremendously.
The following will look at projections at where the Panthers' starter and key reserve players figure to finish after their game against the Falcons.