The Panthers dropped another game in the NFC South standings and every week, we're getting a better idea of what this team's identity is.
The offense is running on all cylinders, but the defense is far from where head coach Ron Rivera is used to.
He coached the NFL's top defense last season, so adjusting to a team that allows over 140 yards on the ground per game is a huge change for him.
The situation has escalated to the point where Rivera is considering implementing the 3-4 into the Panthers' defensive game-plan.
Here's an update on which players impressed and which faded in the Panthers' 31-17 loss in Atlanta.