Carolina Panthers Face Tough Stretch with 3 of Final 4 Games vs NFC South Foes

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Carolina Panthers Face Tough Stretch with 3 of Final 4 Games vs NFC South Foes
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Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers will play each team in the NFC South, and the AFC South's Houston Texans, in their last four games of the season.

The Carolina Panthers (4-8) are heading into the fourth quarter of the season led by record-setting rookie Cam Newton, a resurgent running game, and riding a two-game winning streak as they prepare to face each of their NFC South rivals for a second time.

The Panthers are 1-2 in the division with last week’s victory at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-8), a close loss to the New Orleans Saints (9-3) and a convincing 14-point defeat at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons (7-5).

Carolina’s only non-divisional game remaining is against the Houston Texans (9-3) of the AFC South.

Entering Week 14, the Panthers' remaining opponents have a .604 winning percentage.

Here’s a look ahead at each of the Panthers' final four games of 2011, and what we can expect to see out of the Panthers the rest of the way.

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