by Michael Lowrey
For Thanksgiving Day, in Irving, TX, when the Carolina Panthers play the Dallas Cowboys in a nationally televised football game. This could get real ugly, as The Kraken will almost certainly be over any NFL-imposed suspension from his domestic violence case by then. And yes, this marks the first time that the Panthers will play on Thanksgiving.
The Panthers also are scheduled to be on Sunday Night Football on Oct. 25 when the Eagles come to town and will make a Monday Night Football appearance eight days later (Nov. 2) when the Colts come calling. So three nationally-televised games for the Panthers — not bad at all.
You can see the complete regular-season schedule for the Panthers here.