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PFT Live: Antoine Cason, 49ers talk with Matt Maiocco

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Panthers cornerback Antoine Cason made one of the biggest plays in Sunday’s victory over the Bears when he stripped Bears running back Matt Forte for a fumble that Carolina recovered with the score tied at 24 in the fourth quarter.

The Panthers would go on to score the game-winning touchdown to snap a two-game losing streak. Cason will join Mike Florio on Monday’s edition of PFT Live to give us a first-hand description of the play and walk us through all of the steps of Carolina’s comeback victory. We’ll also look ahead to Carolina’s Week Six trip to Cincinnati during Cason’s visit to the show.

The 49ers also won on Sunday to make it two straight wins after a 1-2 start to the season. They did it amid more reports that cast doubt on coach Jim Harbaugh’s future with the team beyond this season and Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area will talk to Florio about those reports and what, if any, impact they’re having on the team.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Gio Bernard: Doesn’t matter what they do, it’s how we play

Bengals running back Giovani Bernard joins the PFT guys to discuss his upcoming matchup vs. the Patriots, watching film and the biggest difference between this year’s offense compared to last year’s.

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ProFootballTalk: Will Mike Vick see action this week vs. Chargers?

The PFT crew make some predictions heading into Week 5, including what Mike Vick will do against the Chargers, if Kyle Orton will be a dramatic improvement over E.J. Manuel and more.

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ProFootballTalk: Carson Palmer to sit again vs. Denver

The PFT crew take a look at the injured quarterbacks around the league, including Carson Palmer. Palmer’s injury means Drew Stanton will start again for the Cardinals, this week against the Broncos.

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PFT Live: Why have the Thursday night games been such blowouts?

Mike Florio discusses how the shortened week of preparation has affected the Thursday night games.

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PFT Live: How bad is it right now for Patriots?

Tom Curran of CSN New England joins Mike Florio to break down what is next for the Patriots after their blowout loss to the Chiefs Monday night. Curran also previews the Patriots’ Sunday Night Football matchup.

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PFT Planet: Who is the early season MVP?

Mike Florio takes calls and tweets from NFL fans around the PFT Planet, including who is the early season MVP, the outlook for the NFC East and how long Jim Harbaugh will remain with the 49ers.

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PFT Live: Patriots talk with Tom Curran, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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There’s nothing quite like a blowout loss on national television to make people question the fitness of a team.

The Patriots suffered just that kind of loss to the Chiefs on Monday night and that’s led to a week of questions about whether they will be able to fix an offense that’s been nowhere near good enough through the first four weeks of the season. Tom Curran of CSN New England will join Mike Florio on Friday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss quarterback Tom Brady, the team’s dismal offensive line play and much more about the perennial AFC East champion as they prepare to face the Bengals.

Florio will also be taking questions from PFT Planet during the show. Send them in on Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or give a call to 888-237-5269 during the show to share what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Expect fireworks between Colts offense, Ravens defense

With a potent offense led by Andrew Luck and a high-scoring defense anchored by Chris Canty and Terrell Suggs, the Week 5 matchup between the Colts and Ravens is sure to be one to watch.

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Sunday Night Football preview: Bengals at Patriots

After suffering a 41-14 loss in Week 4, the Patriots will look to bounce back in a big way, but some of our experts still hold skepticism New England will snap out of it.

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ProFootballTalk: Can Eli Manning, Giants continue ascension?

After a slow start to the 2014 campaign, the New York Giants look to be clicking and Eli Manning starting to play better football, but can they keep with the current success?

 

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PFT Live: Packers talk with Tyler Dunne, Week Five picks

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The Packers kick off Week Five with a home game against the Vikings on Thursday night and we’ll be looking ahead to the action during Thursday’s edition of PFT Live.

Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel will join Mike Florio to discuss what the Packers need to do to win for the second straight week. They’ll talk about quarterback Aaron Rodgers’s strong performance last weekend, the Packers’ readiness for facing Teddy Bridgewater (in the event his ankle feels well enough) and the overall state of the defense in Green Bay.

Florio and MDS will also discuss who they think will win the Packers-Vikings clash along with the other games that will be kicking off on Sunday and Monday. MDS holds a two-game edge on Florio through four weeks, although neither man really set the world on fire with their September prognostications.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Bears wide receivers could be in for a field day against CAR

The PFT crew looks at the Panthers Bears game coming up in Week 5. Hines Ward thinks Carolina’s secondary could be in for a long day against the Bears’ wide receivers.

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ProFootballTalk: What should the Jets do with Geno Smith?

The Jets are in a tough spot with their second year QB Geno Smith, with veteran Michael Vick on the sidelines. Hines Ward thinks the team is just a QB away from being a contender.

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ProFootballTalk: When will Robert Mueller’s investigation conclude?

Packers’ CEO Mark Murphy released a statement on Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Ray Rice case. Murphy hoped the investigation would be finished by the owner’s meeting next week.

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