NFL Sunday Scoreboard:Carolina Panthers lose again and WR Robbie Anderson runs a ‘go route’ to the Locker Room(A Look at the Locals from Sunday)

NFL Sunday Scoreboard:
LA Rams 24, Carolina Panthers 10
The Panthers led the game, 10-7, at halftime, but not only went on to lose the game in the second half, they also lost their WR Robbie Anderson, who was sent to the locker room by Coach Steve Wilks and the Panthers lost their new starting quarterback PJ Walker, who had to leave the game due to injury…See more on the route Anderson ran to the locker room, below…..

Cincinnati Bengals 30, New Orleans Saints 26
Germaine Pratt(High Point Central HS/N.C. State) with 14 Total Tackles/5 Solo Tackles for the Bengals…Akeem Davis-Gaither(Thomasville HS/APP State) with 2 Tackles/1 Solo Tackle for the Bengals…Bengals’ D.J. Reader(Grimsley HS) out with knee injury…

Atlanta Falcons 28, San Francisco 49ers 14
Emmanuel Moseley(Dudley HS) out for the season for the 49ers with a torn ACL…

Buffalo Bills 24, Kansas City Chiefs 20

Indianapolis Colts 34, Jacksonville Jaguars 27

New York Jets 27, Green Bay Packers 10
NY Jets at (4-2) and the NY Giants at (5-1) and both of the New York teams off to very good starts, in 2022…

New York Giants 24, Baltimore Ravens 20

Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 18
Larry Ogunjobi(Ragsdale HS/Charlotte) with 5 Total Tackles/3 Solos, with 1 Tackle for a Loss and 2 QB Hits…

New England Patriots 38, Cleveland Browns 15

Minnesota Vikings 24, Miami Dolphins 16

Seattle Seahawks 19, Arizona Cardinals 9

Philadelphia Eagles 26, Dallas Cowboys 17
Mac McCain(Dudley HS/N.C. A&T) has been on the Eagles roster, but has not been playing for the Eagles…

**********The News on Carolina Panthers’ Wide Receiver Robbie Anderson being sent to the locker room on Sunday by Carolina interim head coach Steve Wilks…..**********

INGLEWOOD, Calif. — The Carolina Panthers didn’t make a strong statement Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, but interim coach Steve Wilks did, throwing Robbie Anderson out of the game late in the third quarter after the wide receiver was in a heated argument with position coach Joe Dailey.

“No one is bigger than the team,” Wilks said of Anderson after a 24-10 loss in his first game since replacing Matt Rhule, who was fired Monday. “I’m not going to focus and put a lot of attention on one individual.”

Anderson got into a shouting match with Dailey late in the first half and opened the second half on a stationary bicycle wearing a baseball cap. Late in the third quarter, Anderson sat by himself on a cooler while the rest of the offense talked strategy on the sideline.

Then, later in the third quarter with the Panthers trailing 17-10 and without a first down since the first quarter, Anderson and Dailey again had an exchange. Wilks stepped in and sent Anderson to the locker room.

aAnderson said he “had no idea” why he was sent to the locker room. Dailey was not available for comment, but Anderson opted to talk to reporters after meeting with general manager Scott Fitterer.

“I was honestly confused,” Anderson said. “I wanted to be in the game. I’ve never had somebody yell to get out of the game. So I was honestly confused and upset by that. I should be. I don’t see nobody that is a true competitor, that knows the value they bring and has true passion for the game, that will be OK with being told not to do something or being taken out of something when they didn’t do nothing wrong.”