Rams Looking For Southern Hospitality In Charlotte


Oct 13, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; St. Louis Rams wide receiver Brian Quick (83) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Houston Texans during the second half at Reliant Stadium. The Rams won 38-13. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

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The St. Louis Rams have won 2 straight games and now are at 3-3. The Rams will head to the deep south and play the Carolina Panthers.

About the Carolina Panthers: 

The Carolina Panthers are 2-3. The Panthers’s 2 wins were blowout victories while 2 of the 3 losses were by 6 points. The Panthers are 7th in the league in rushing but 27th in the league in passing. The Panthers head coach is legendary defensive coordinator Ron Rivera. As expected, The Panthers are playing outstanding defense. Carolina is ranked in the top 7 for rushing and passing defense so far in the 2013 season.

Who to watch:

Cam Newton

The Panthers go as far as Cam Newton takes them. This is likely not going to be a high scoring game so the Rams will have to force Cam Newton to make mistakes. If they can’t do that, then the Panthers will likely be celebrating a win at home. Against the Arizona Cardinals, Cam Newton threw 3 picks in a 22-6 loss in the stadium Cam Newton won his national championship when he played for Auburn 3 seasons ago. If the Rams can create turnovers, they can win this game and go 4-3.

Stay tuned to Arch Authority all week as we will breakdown the keys to the game and predict who will come out on top on Sunday.

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