Carolina Panthers receiver Devin Funchess had four catches for 68 yards against Buffalo, and with Greg Olsen out with a broken foot, he could see even more targets in the future.
Carolina Panthers receiver Devin Funchess had four catches for 68 yards against Buffalo, and with Greg Olsen out with a broken foot, he could see even more targets in the future. Mike McCarn AP
Carolina Panthers receiver Devin Funchess had four catches for 68 yards against Buffalo, and with Greg Olsen out with a broken foot, he could see even more targets in the future. Mike McCarn AP

Devin Funchess was a bright spot offensively in otherwise ugly Panthers victory

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