The Carolina Panthers have started off their regular season with a victorious win when they beat the San Francisco 49ers this past Sunday at the Bank of America Stadium.

The Panthers (1-1) will try to continue theirwinning seasonof last year ofat least 15 games including the postseasonwhenthey face off with the undefeated Minnesota Vikings (2-0)on Sunday, September 25th at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC.Who will you be rooting for this coming Sunday's game? Are you a Minnesota Vikingsfan? Are you akeep pounding Carolina's Panthers fan?If you can't take the pain, then stay off the field!

Will the Vikings bring the heat?

TheVikings will definitelyfeel the heat of not having their star running back Adrian Peterson who is injured with a leg injury during their third quarter game against the Green Bay Packers this past Sunday. The Vikings went on to win that game 17-14 win over the Packers.

The Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford will come into the Bank of America Stadium looking to lead the Vikings to a victory. The Vikings offense will definitely miss the play of their star running back Adrian Peterson and will depend more on Bradford to make plays in the passing game. It will be a difficult task for Bradford against the solid defense of the Panthers it may reduce the Vikings ability to score.

What will come Sunday for the Panthers?

The Panthers who defeated the Vikings last seasonin Minnesota 35-10 will lookto continue their perfect home record season. The Panthers dating back to last season are undefeated at their home field atBank of America Stadium. The Panthers march into the Bank of America Stadium with a week two win over San Francisco 49ers 46-27.

The Panthers who are plagued with the injury of runner back Jonathan Stewart will look to move their offense with Cameron Artis-Payne leading in the backfield. According to the Bleacher report, the Carolina Panthers regnant MVP Cam Newton bounced back from a hard-hitting loss from the Denver Broncos by Newton throwing 353 yards with four touchdowns and running for 37 more yards on the field.

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