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Carolina’s offense may be even worse in 2018.

Last season, the Carolina Panthers ranked 19th in the NFL in total offense at 323.7 yards per game. They ran the ball well—they were fourth in the NFL at 131.4 yards per game—but they had fifth-worst passing attack (192.3 yards per game).

Losing tailback Jonathan Stewart, who averaged 3.4 yards per carry last season, may not seem like a big deal, but he was the team’s grinder and leading rusher (198 carries). Christian McCaffrey is a versatile, talented young back, but he can’t tote the rock for 350-plus carries. Cam Newton already ran the ball too many times last year (139).

Boone added that Andujar will give the Yankees someone to play third base and first base, and that he will get time as a designated hitter as they reshuffle their lineup.

We have a depth chart that keeps getting reworked, reworked, reworked, general manager Brian Cashman said.

McKinney tweeted to thank fans for their well-wishes.

Warren will be evaluated in the coming days as the Yankees try to access how to move forward either with or without him as a relief option.

The Yankees are reeling from a spate of outfielder injuries.

A spokesman for Manafort, who is under a court gag order, declined to comment.

Manafort has acknowledged staying in frequent contact with Kilimnik during the time he worked for Trump’s campaign, including meeting with him in person in May 2016 and again in August 2016, about two weeks before Manafort resigned as Trump’s campaign chairman.

A Manafort spokesman expressed confidence in June that investigators would ultimately conclude that Manafort’s interactions with Kilimnik were perfectly permissible and not in furtherance of some conspiracy.

The information about the FBI’s assessment of the Manafort associate came in a court filing related to the upcoming sentencing of London attorney Alex van der Zwaan, whose firm worked with Manafort when he served a political consultant in Ukraine.patriots_011

Breaking down the Carolina Panthers defense

The Carolina Panthers are riding a four-game win streak and have quietly become one of the best teams in the NFL. This week, they’ll face off against a red-hot 49ers team, themselves winners of their last five.

It’s a strength-on-strength bout between two physical, punch-you-in-the-mouth run teams with young, electric and mobile quarterbacks and elite front sevens on defense. The Niners, for their part, aren’t really surprising anyone with their dominance, but the Panthers’ recent run hasn’t really had much attention.

The Panthers’ defense, in particular, has been one of the league’s best by any measure. Carolina, on the year, is giving up 13.2 points per game, second only in the NFL to the Kansas City Chiefs. They are one of three teams to have held opponents to an average of less than 300 yards per game thus far this season (299.9). They are ninth in the NFL in opponent yards per play (5.0), have forced 12 fumbles (10th in NFL), have 23 sacks, (T-13th in the NFL) and have 12 interceptions (T-third in NFL). Carolina holds opposing teams to an average of 79.1 yards rushing per game (second in NFL) and 3.7 yards per rush (T-sixth in NFL), and have only given up two rushing touchdowns on the year (T-second).

Tanking For Teddy, Bad for Boyd, or any other cute phrase that endorses going in the tank. I’m not going to apologize for wanting my football team to win. Ever. I’m never going to want them to go 1-15, or 2-14, and secure the first pick in the draft. Ever. I wait far too long for football season to get here, and I don’t want to watch 15 shit bombs with my father. Granted, he’s a funny and sarcastic dude when the Vikes play like crap, but we have a lot more fun when they’re winning. I’ll take as many wins as I can, and let the chips fall where they may. Why? because no one really knows how good Teddy Bridgewater, Tajh Boyd, or anyone else is going to be.1