How to watch Panthers vs. Cardinals: Time, TV and streaming options for Week 4

On Sunday, the Carolina Panthers (1-2) are not only hosting the Arizona Cardinals (1-2), but they’re also hosting their “Keep Pounding Game” in honor of one of Canton’s newest inhabitants—Sam Mills.

Here’s how you can watch what’s sure to be a memorable day.

Week 4

When to watch

Sunday, Oct. 2, 4:05 p.m. ET

How to watch

The game will be carried by FOX—with Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma and Shannon Spake on the mic. Fans located in the green areas of the television broadcast map can watch along through their local FOX affiliate.

How to stream

You can stream the game on FuboTV.

How to listen

WRFX 99.7 The FOX is the team’s local radio station. Anish Shroff, Jake Delhomme, Luke Kuechly, Kristen Balboni and Jim Szoke will have the call.

History

The Panthers carry a 14-5 all-time record versus the Cardinals, which accounts for their highest winning percentage (.737) against any team. They’ve also come out on top in their last six meetings, including two wins in postseason play and three in each of the past three seasons.

Carolina’s 2021 triumph was highlighted by the scintillating return of quarterback Cam Newton, who scored two touchdowns on his first two touches of the afternoon. Newton and his cats ate the 8-1 redbirds up, 34-10.

What to watch for

For the Panthers to move to 2-2 on the campaign and 15-5 against the Cardinals, they’ll probably need running back Christian McCaffrey. The oft-injured rusher, however, is starting to make things interesting—as he missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday with a thigh injury.

But, there’s more than a glimmer of hope. According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, there is still a sense of optimism regarding McCaffrey’s status for Sunday—which would be huge, obviously, for a struggling Carolina offense.

On the other side, the Panthers will have to worry about the dynamic Kyler Murray, who wasn’t present for that aforementioned 2021 clash. Murray, however, hasn’t been his usual self—as he’s thrown for 784 yards and just three touchdowns over his three outings.

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Story originally appeared on Panthers Wire