Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers Matchup Preview 11/10/19: Analysis, Depth Charts, Daily Fantasy

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The (5-3) Panthers travel to Lambeau Field to take on the (7-2) Packers. With a high of 39 degrees, it is perfect football weather. Might even get some snow. The Panthers had a big win last week against the Titans. They look to remain in competition in the NFC South with the Saints who don’t seem to know how to lose anymore. Christian McCaffrey continues to be the most dominant player in the league with his 146 yards on 24 carries with 2 touchdowns. On the other side of the ball, the Packers lead the NFC North by one game over the Vikings. The Packers’ offense could not get anything going against the Chargers last week. The Panthers also hold an above-average defense, but the Packers will have the comfort of their own home this week. For odds movement and full matchup history, visit the Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers matchup page.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, November 10, 2019
Time: 4:25pm ET
Location: Lambeau Field – Green Bay Packers
Coverage: FOX

Injury Report

Carolina Panthers: OT Greg Little (Q), QB Cam Newton (IR), DT Vernon Butler (Q), DT Gerald McCoy (Q), CB James Bradberry (Q), RB Christian McCaffrey (Q)
Green Bay Packers: WR Davante Adams (Q), TE Robert Tonyan (Q), WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (Q), CB Kevin King (Q), S Adrian Amos (Q)

Carolina Panthers Analysis

Carolina PanthersChristian McCaffrey has played a major role in the Panthers’ success this season. He is listed a questionable for this week but there is no way that they leave him out for this game. Kyle Allen hasn’t played as well as Cam Newton would have but the Panthers are 5-3, so he hasn’t done that bad. Curtis Samuel has also risen to make a name for himself this year. He remains just behind D.J. Moore for being the number one receiver but does have 3 more total touchdowns than Moore.

You beat the Packers by stopping their offense. The Chargers were able to successfully do this last week, holding them to just 11 points which is their lowest point total on the season. The Panthers have flaunted a decent defense but they will need to play even better than average if they want to beat the Packers. In their last four games, the Packers have allowed an average of 24 points with no more than 26 and no less than 22 in a game. The Panthers will be in good shape if they can limit the Packers to 20.

Carolina Panthers Depth Chart

QB: Kyle Allen
RB1: Christian McCaffrey
RB2: Reggie Bonnafon
WR1: D.J. Moore
WR2: Curtis Samuel
WR3: Jarius Wright
TE: Greg Olsen

Green Bay Packers Analysis

Green Bay PackersThe Packers looked completely off last week against the Chargers. When the two weeks prior they scored 42 and 31 points, it was a weird anomaly for them to only put up 11. On 35 attempts, Aaron Rodgers threw for just 161 yards. Compared to the 35 passing attempts, they ran the ball just 11 times with one being a Rodgers scramble. Aaron Jones had 30 yards on 8 carries which shouldn’t be the case. Especially with Davante Adams not at full health, it is important for the Packers to get their run game going.

The Panthers’ weakness is their run defense. They have allowed a total of 133.4 rushing yards per game with is seventh-highest in the league. On top of that, they have allowed the most rushing touchdowns in the NFL with 14. In fact, that is 4 more than the next highest team. The Packers should be utilizing Aaron Jones a lot more in this game than they did against the Chargers which should get them a lot higher than 11 points.

Green Bay Packers Depth Chart

QB: Aaron Rodgers
RB1: Aaron Jones
RB2: Jamaal Williams
WR1: Davante Adams
WR2: Marquez Valdes-Scantling
WR3: Geronimo Allison
TE: Jimmy Graham

Daily Fantasy: Aaron Jones

Aaron Jones should be a monster in this game. The Panthers’ run defense has been very loose, especially in the red zone. They have allowed the most rushing touchdowns this season by a considerable margin. Jamaal Williams may take a few carries away from Jones as a change-of-pace back but the majority will be going to Jones. His workload will be rising considerably from the last game. It may not be as crazy as his game against the Chiefs in which he had 159 receiving yards on top of his 67 rushing yards, but he should be busy again.

  
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