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While the Carolina Panthers might not be striking the roadway for their match Sunday versus the Dallas Cowboys, Frank Reich and his team are still preparing for anything at what’s anticipated to be a pro-Dallas crowd at Bank of America Stadium.
Reich exposed Friday that the offense practiced working with quiet counts throughout the week in case they can’t hear each other over the sound of Cowboys fans—despite being the home group.
As “America’s Team,” the Cowboys typically have a quite big takingatrip contingent no matter which arena they’re playing in. And Sunday’s videogame versus the lowly Panthers—who rank seventh in the league in terms of average presence—should be no various.
Rookie signal-caller and No. 1 total choice Bryce Young has currently had to withstand some of the mostdifficult roadway environments in the NFL this season. He’s currently taken on the Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears.