Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb left Saturday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals with a chest injury. He was initially questionable to return before being ruled out for the rest of the game.
Cobb appeared to injure himself while making an amazing one-handed catch, which was ultimately nullified by offsetting penalties. The Packers got flagged for an illegal shift, while Arizona had 12 men on the field. Cobb was carted off the field and taken to the locker room for X-rays.
It’s been a bit of an underwhelming season for Cobb, who was expected to take up the mantle as the new No. 1 receiver after Jordy Nelson tore his ACL in training camp. He finished the regular season with 79 catches for 829 yards and six touchdowns, numbers that are way down from his 2014 total of 91 catches, 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Limited Womens Ramon Foster Jersey Carolina not only has that going for it, it also knows it can beat the Seahawks. In Week 6, the Panthers traveled to Seattle, and won in one of the hardest stadiums to get a win in. Seattle held the lead for most of that game, but the Panthers rallied in the fourth quarter to steal the win. Cam Newton threw for 269 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, but he also put up 30 yards on the ground and a touchdown.
Jakub Kindl Youth Jersey The Seahawks didn’t play poorly, with 241 yards and a touchdown from Russell Wilson and 115 yards rushing as a team. But the Panthers held on for longer and outlasted the Seahawks, something that could be a major factor in Sunday’s game.
As far as experts are concerned, the results are somewhat divided, though Carolina has the edge. Over at CBS Sports, six of the eight experts are picking the Panthers to win, while at ESPN, four of the 13 experts think the Seahawks will take it. That leaves nine experts picking Carolina with them. Here at SB Nation, five of the seven experts, along with the OddsShark computer, think the Panthers will win at home.