The 5 Toughest Games On The Carolina Panthers' 2015 Schedule

The Carolina Panthers have a tough road ahead of them in their quest to make the NFL Playoffs next season. These are the 5 toughest games standing between the 2015 Panthers and a postseason berth.

5) @ New Orleans Saints (December 6th)

New Orleans struggled mightily last year, but the Superdome is still one of the toughest places to play in the entire league, which is enough to put this game on this list. Add in that fact that this game will likely have major playoff implications in the NFC South, and this becomes a very crucial game.

4) Indianapolis Colts (November 2nd)

Bank of America Stadium will be rocking during this Monday night showdown, but Andrew Luck and the Colts' potent passing attack won't make this game easy. Indianapolis was just one game away from the Super Bowl last year, and they're expected to compete for the Lombardi Trophy again in 2015-16.

3) Green Bay Packers (November 8th)

Facing the reigning NFL MVP is always a tough task, but doing so on a short week will be extremely difficult. The good news for the Panthers is that this is a home game, which should give them some advantage.

2) @ Dallas Cowboys (November 26th)

The first Thanksgiving Day game in franchise history will be against one of the Super Bowl favorites on the road. Carolina's stout defense will get it's biggest test of the year against Dallas' explosive offense, making this matchup both extremely tough and must-see TV.

1) @ Seattle Seahawks (October 18th)

The Seahawks have lost just twice in front of the 12th Man the past two seasons. To make matters more interesting, Carolina is looking for revenge for their loss in Seattle during last year's postseason.

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