The Panthers and young QB Bryce Young have a chance to snag a win this week from a flailing Bears team. (
Eakin Howard/Getty Images) (Eakin Howard via Getty Images)The Carolina Panthers are getting the best and worst NFL situations this week.
They lost to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, but they didnt have to sit with it very long because theyre playing Thursday this week. Unfortunately, a four-day turnaround doesnt leave much time for players to recover from injury (or just the general wear and tear of playing), and the Panthers are already struggling with hurt players (they currently have 12 on injured reserve).
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The Panthers, who have just one win in eight tries, had to process all of that by Thursday, before taking on the
Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Fortunately for the Panthers, the Bears have problems of their own.While Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young has been doing a decent job (though not to the level of Houstons C.J. Stroud) and improving over time, the Bears have been in quarterback purgatory.
Justin Fields hasnt played since Week 6 due to a thumb injury, and the Bears have started undrafted rookie
Tyson Bagent in four straight games (including Thursday nights contest). Fields was officially ruled out again Thursday, and its unclear when hell return.
The Panthers might be struggling at 1-7, but the Bears are flailing at 2-7. Who will come out on top?
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