The Carolina Panthers are a perfect 5-0 SU in the 2015 NFL campaign and will be looking to make it six straight W’s Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Carolina has also been one of the best bets in the NFL so far, covering in all but one game. Panthers are riding high after their 27-23 comeback victory over the Seattle Seahawks on the road. The win moved the Panthers to 5-0 and they hold a half game lead over the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South Division. Cam Newton threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to TE Greg Olsen with just 32 seconds left to lift the Panthers to the improbable comeback. The Panthers totaled 25 first downs to just 14 for Seattle on the day.
Philadelphia LB DeMeco Ryans left Monday night’s game with a hamstring injury and is questionable for this matchup. The Eagles must address their turnover issues after turning the ball over four times during the win on Monday night. Carolina has one of the toughest defense in the league and will make things difficult for Bradford and Chip Kelly’s offense.
Panthers 28 Eagles 21