Patriots vs Panthers NFL Game : Just five days after their preseason game against the Tennessee Titans, the New England Patriots will be back on the field today to take on the Carolina Panthers.
The contest surely projects to be an interesting one considering that preseason game number three usually is seen as the ‘dress rehearsal’ for the regular season: teams play most of their starters and actually prepare for the game as if it were a normal one.
This means that now is the perfect time to put on your Tom Brady jersey, and watch him work his magic in the middle of the Patriots’ starting offense — with the top-team defense on the other side of the ball. And with all that in mind, let’s find out how to actually follow tonight’s game:
After two weeks of watching from the sidelines, Tom Brady and the rest of the New England Patriots’ starters finally will see some game action Thursday night as they host the Carolina Panthers in Week 3 of the NFL preseason. Here are five things we’ll be watching for in that
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The Carolina Panthers are 1-1 in the preseason after a disappointing effort last week against the Buffalo Bills, and they will hope to turn their fortunes around this week in the ‘one preseason game that counts’ against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. later tonight.
We should see the starters for a good portion of the first half in this game (including Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly, according to Ron Rivera), so if you’re only going to watch one preseason game this year — this is the one to watch.
With that being said, if you’re planning to watch, stream or listen to the game, you’re probably wondering how to do that — so here’s where I come in and give you all the information you need.
Will Tom Brady play tomorrow night in preseason game number three against the Carolina Panthers? That is the burning question around Patriots Nation. Unfortunately, the question won’t be answered until tomorrow around 7:30pm. If history tells us anything, it means that Tom Brady will play. For more than a decade, the quarterback has played in the preseason game. The real question is: after not seeing game action last week in Tennessee, how much will the 42-year-old quarterback play.