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Jeff Siner - jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Carolina Panthers tackle Jordan Gross (left) scuffled with St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn on Sunday, then tweeted about the Panthers’ need to protect each other.

The top tweets by and about the Carolina Panthers this week.

@J2theGross (Jordan Gross)

So proud of my team today. We are playing together and fighting for wins. Defend home. Protect one another.

@randywattson (Charles Johnson)

On to the next one #PantherPride

@captain_41 (Captain Munnerlyn)

A quick turnaround but I know we ready #KeepPounding #PanthersNation

@GrahamGano

“@notskiptabb: @GrahamGano Rumor has it you hit a 71-yarder in high school that got called back by a penalty. Is this true?” Was a 67-yarder.

@billvoth

#Panthers may not need JStewart vs. Bucs, but he’ll be welcomed when he’s activated. DWilliams averaged 47 yds (3.25/carry) last 3 games.

@NFLosophy

Is Thursday night’s Bucs/Panthers game going to be able to limbo under the bar set by Vikes/Giants last night?

@620wdae (Tampa sports radio)

#Bucs DT Gerald McCoy: “I’m not afraid to say it –we don’t like the Carolina Panthers and they don’t like us”

@Bucs_Nation

Bucs/Panthers is the cheapest game of the season. Get in the door for $10.

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