The Carolina Panthers dominated the Atlanta falcons 38 – 0 this past Sunday. The win was a great one for Panders fans but came with a cost. Several key players were injured in the game including Pro Bowl candidates TE Greg Olsen and RB Jonathan Stewart. It was thought that two of the many key players for the Panthers team had minor injuries but they were more serious than they appeared.
On Monday Panthers head football coach Ron Rivera said the two men went to get MRIs as a precaution to understand the full extent of their injuries. While the team and Rivera wait for the results of the MRI reports the Panthers are taking the safe approach with Stewart who injured his ankle in victory over the Falcons, a reporter spotted Stewart wearing a protective walking boot.
The Panthers could lock down home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs if they beat the Giants this Sunday and with an Arizona loss.
Panthers’ fans want the team to stay healthy as they Keep Pounding and Dabbing all the way to the Super Bowl.