The Carolina Panthers continued to struggle when the ball is in their hands, which cost them their third loss of the season on Sunday against the Bears.

Mistakes and offensive struggles continue to be the story behind the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers dropped to 4-3 after a 17-3 defeat at the hands of the Chicago Bears. Carolina’s defense played well throughout the game, but it was the offense that was unable to put points on the board. This trend continues to impact the Panthers and keeps them from taking control of the NFC South.

Offensively, the problems mounted for the Panthers. Cam Newton completed 21-of-34 passes for 211 yards, but also threw two interceptions. Newton has thrown at least one interception in five of the seven games this season, continuing a troubling trend that’s followed him throughout his career.

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