Panthers' Reid kneels during national anthem

Luke Kuechly

Luke Kuechly

The New York Giants suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, and defensive lineman Damon "Snacks" Harrison felt that they didn't only lose because of an insane game-winning 63-yard field goal.

Aside from losing to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday in the final seconds of the game, it seems their star wide receiver is unhappy playing for Eli Manning and the Giants. Christian McCaffrey is coming off a career-high 184 yards rushing on 28 carries in a 31-21 win against the Bengals before the bye week. He's now made 35 in a row at home dating back to 2016.

Reid started 12 of the 13 games he played for the 49ers in 2017, when he had two interceptions, four passes defensed, one fumble recovery and 66 tackles.

"He is everything that is advertised, and we need him to be him", said Newton.

Giants rookie Saquon Barkley said he had no issue with what Beckham said.

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It's just a very odd one. "It was similar to what we've gotten before", Zimmer said on a conference call with reporters on Friday. Perhaps a bit of false humility there-Goff sounded like a game manager, but he certainly didn't play like one.

"I feel like in the past five years, they found a way to run a Cover 2, keep everything in front, and that's how they played me", Beckham said. "He, at the end of the game, gave us an opportunity and like I said, Graham came through". Carolina is 2-0 at home this season and the game will feature an over/under of 43.5 points according to National Football League oddsmakers at bookmaker 5dimes. "We've just got to do more to make this better", Reid said on Sunday after Carolina's 33-31 victory over the Giants. "When your team has an 11-point lead, defensively we should finish games, and we didn't do a great job doing that".

The Giants are hoping the 6-foot-6 290-pound Mauro will improve their fortunes in defending the zone reads.That will be key to shutting down this potent Carolina offense. None of Reid's new Panthers teammates joined him or stood near him during his silent protest of racial and social injustice.

Reid, who signed a one-year contract with the Panthers last week, claimed at the beginning of the offseason that he wasn't receiving interest from teams due to his decision to kneel during the national anthem.

As for his new Panthers teammates, they're more concerned with what he'll do after the national anthem.

Week 5 arrives as the Panthers return to Bank of America Stadium and host NFC East opponent, the New York Giants. Center Ryan Kalil was shaken up late in the fourth quarter and did not return as Tyler Larsen finished the game.

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