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Carolina Panthers: 2010 – 2011 Regular Season Schedule

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Matt Moore led the Panthers on a nice winning streak to finish the 2009 season. With his production it was easy to see that the team needed to move on from Jake Delhomme. Look for Moore to build on his success from last year as he seems to be a good fit in Carolina.

Below we have the Panthers 2010 -2011 regular season schedule for you to view as we inch closer to the beginning of the NFL season. We also have the fantasy relevant players for Carolina, and a breakdown for all NFL teams in schedule strength in win/loss, against the pass, run and points.

Fantasy Players

* Matt Moore
* DeAngelo Williams
* Jonathan Stewart
* Steve Smith
* John Kasay
* Carolina Panthers

Strength of Schedules

Win/ Loss | Against the Pass | Against the Run | Points Against

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Matt Moore Turn To Start

Jake Delhomme was horrible last year and upon an injury late in the season Matt Moore filled in for the rest of the year. Moore would go on to lead the Panthers to a four and one record to end the season.

With victories over the Giants (final game at Meadowlands), Vikings and Saints this was an impressive finish to the season. Not only did the Panthers win games but players like Steve Smith final had fantasy life with Moore throwing the football.

Expect Smith to have a solid fantasy season this year as Moore has proven he can find him weekly.

When it comes to running the football the Panthers have the best committee in all of football. With DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart on the team, this offense should have a great chance to be the best rushing group in football.

Troubles on Defense

Carolina has a strong secondary but there are major concerns for this group up front. Not only did the Panthers lose super star Julius Peppers but defensive tackle Maake Keomatu left in free agency to the Redskins.

Keomatu wasn’t with the team all last season because of an Achillies injury in August that had him place on injured reserve.

Losing both of these players has to make fantasy owners question if this group will be able to stop the run or generate a pass rush. Selecting defensive line will be a priority at the draft but the Panthers are without a first round (traded it to the 49ers last year) pick.

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