ATLANTA — The Panthers’ offense started against a winless Falcons team looking unlike the offense that dominated the Cardinals last week.Despite almost doubling the Falcons’ time of possession in the first quarter, the Panthers put up only three points and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater struggled to connect with his favorite target, Robby Anderson, as the wide receiver caught one of four targets for 12 yards.But in the second quarter, the Panthers’ offense exploded. Bridgewater threw for 182 yards and two touchdowns in the quarter alone. In the first half, he put up 261 total yards — the most b…
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