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The Panthers and Saints have revealed the players who will not play today. Both teams will be without key players for the season finale.The Panthers will be without two of their best players on both lines , as Kawann Short and Trai Turner are both out today. Cam Newton is out for the second straight week after being shut down for the season. The biggest surprise, however, is that wide receiver Devin Funchess is a healthy scratch. There have been no reports throughout the week of him being injured so this is strictly a coach decision and it’s weird, but I’m sure more information on this story will come out later. What a way to presumably end his tenure with the Panthers, though.The Saints are playing without three of their offensive linemen as Terron Armstead, Jermon Bushrod and Larry Warford are all inactive today. As expected when Teddy Bridgewater was named the starter earlier in the week, quarterback Drew Brees is also inactive. Running back Alvin Kamara will also sit out today.Here are the full inactives lists for both teams:Panthers inactivesQB Cam NewtonDT Kawann ShortG Trai TurnerWR Devin FunchessCB Lorenzo DossDE Efe ObadaTE Jason Vander LaanSaints inactivesOT Terron ArmsteadOT Jermon BushrodG Larry WarfordQB Drew BreesWR Simmie Cobbs JrWR Ted Ginn JrRB Alvin Kamara The Carolina Panthers outplayed the Baltimore Ravens at every level in Sunday’s 36-21 win. The Ravens , who held the league’s best pass rush, were limited to no sacks. D.J. Moore had his long awaited breakout game. Moore caught five passes for 90 yards and rushed out of the backfield twice for 39 yards. In just the first half, Cam Newton completed 21 of 29 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns. Cam Newton finished the game with a 72.4 completion percentage and added a rushing touchdown.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost a heartbreaker to the Cincinnati Bengals. In a must win game, the Bucs fell 37-34. The Bucs run defense entered the game No. 6 in the NFL, but were soon gashed by the Bengals. Joe Mixon ran for 114 yards on 14 carries in the first half. The Bucs’ defense regrouped for the after halftime and held Mixon to only nine yards on seven carries in the second half. However, it wasn’t enough to stop the Bengals from getting the final score as the clock expired on a 44-yard field goal. In an attempt to push the consecutive win total at Bank of American Stadium to 10, and a matchup against division rivals , here are three keys for the Panthers’ offense to defeat the Bucs’ defense: Use speedsters to open up passing attack: The Buccaneers rank 31 out of 32 in passing defense. They allow an average 8.8 yards in the air. The Panthers need to attack outside against the Bucs’ weak group of defensive backs. Brent Grimes is arguably the best player in that secondary, but he shouldn’t be tough to handle. Following the breakthrough game by Moore, the Panthers could use his speed as well as Curtis Samuel’s. Block OLB Lavonte David: With the absence of Kwon Alexander due to a torn ACL, Lavonte David has taken over the defense. He leads Tampa Bay with 43 tackles. David will try to get his hands on Christian McCaffrey and Greg Olsen. It’s key to zone in on David to prevent him from getting after the Panthers’ offensive weapons. Open up opportunities for CMC: Bengals’ running back Mixon did damage early on against the Bucs on Sunday. In mid-September, Panthers signed veteran left tackle Chris Clark after injuries plagued the offensive line. Last week against the Ravens, Clark had his best game yet. Clark along with starting guards Greg Van Roten, Trai Turner , center Ryan Kalil, and right tackle Taylor Moton need to come together again as a unit and build lanes for McCaffrey. Should McCaffrey get his momentum on the ground, there should be no stopping the Panthers. The Panthers will need to key in on their explosive players in order to defeat the Buccaneers. Whether that’s on ground or in the air, Carolina should be able to handle Tampa Bay if they do so.

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