BY ERIC GARLAND, CSNmidatlantic.com
Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said despite the Panthers blowing out the Redskins 44-16, the team ultimately beat themselves.
CHARLOTTE—You can say one good thing about Redskins games in 2015—the home crowd almost always leaves happy.
Early in the 2nd quarter it looked like the Redskins took a 21-14 lead over Carolina on a Chris Culliver interception return for a TD.
After an eventful first half of action, the Redskins head into halftime down 31-14 to the 9-0 Panthers.
Pregame reports suggested that the field in Charlotte for Redskins vs Panthers was a mess.