Many shoulder blame after Panthers drop winnable game in Minnesota

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  • November 29, 2020
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The postgame mood kept him from celebrating an incredible achievement, but that was muted — and moot — because he was also on the field for the late collapse.

“We just have to finish,” Chinn said. “I feel like I say that all the time, but we can’t let our opponent breathe. We’re playing good as a defense and we’ve just got to keep it going and put the nail in the coffin.”

They did not.

And because they didn’t, a team that could have been feeling good about a two-game winning streak is now faced with the reality that they’re 4-8 and have lost six of their last seven games.

That’s a very different atmosphere going into the bye for a team that could use any confidence that could be gained as they rebuild.

Defensive tackle Zach Kerr,

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