Week 11: Panthers vs Cowboys Inactives

Panthers Face Uphill Battle Against High-Flying Cowboys in Week 11

by Nouman Rasool
Week 11: Panthers vs Cowboys Inactives
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In a pivotal Week 11 showdown, the Carolina Panthers brace for a challenging encounter against the NFC Conference favorites, the Dallas Cowboys. The stage is set at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, promising an intense battle on Sunday, November 19, 2023, at 1 p.m.

ET. Fans can catch the live action on stream it via FuboTV and DAZN. The Cowboys are riding high on momentum, coming off a spectacular 49-17 triumph over the New York Giants in Week 10. Spearheading their charge was franchise quarterback Dak Prescott, who delivered a stellar performance.

Prescott's precision was on full display, completing 74.3% of his passes and racking up 404 yards alongside 4 touchdowns. He further stamped his authority with an additional rushing touchdown, showcasing his versatility.

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Adding to Dallas' offensive firepower, Pro Bowl receiver CeeDee Lamb shone brightly, accumulating 165 yards and two touchdowns. This formidable duo is poised to continue their impressive run against the Panthers.

Conversely, the Panthers are enduring a challenging season, marked by a narrow 16-13 defeat to the Chicago Bears in Week 10. This loss, their third in a row to the Bears, underscores the team's struggle, having secured only a single victory so far.

Quarterback Bryce Young and his squad are in the throes of a strenuous rebuilding phase, testing the resolve of the Carolina faithful. Injury woes compound Carolina's challenges, with 13 players featured on their injury report.

Tight end Hayden Hurst, sidelined with a concussion, is a significant absentee, having missed the entire week of practice. Cornerback C.J. Henderson, also in the concussion protocol, did not partake in team practice and will miss the clash against the Cowboys.

Dallas, on the other hand, exhibits a healthier roster. Their injury report lists eight players, including Rico Dowdle, Viliami Fehoko Jr., Peyton Hendershot, Jourdan Lewis, Osa Odighizuwa, Jalen Tolbert, KaVontae Turpin, and Tyron Smith.

Remarkably, all these players were full participants in Friday's training, indicating a fully-equipped Cowboys team ready to take on Young and the Panthers. As the countdown to the game ticks down, anticipation builds for what promises to be a riveting matchup in the heart of Charlotte.

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