http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-ray-ray-armstrong-jersey , answers about Carolina With the New York Giants facing the Carolina Panthers this Sunday, we turned to SB Nation’s Cat Scratch Reader for this week’s “5 questions” segment. Walker Clement of CSR answers our questions.Ed: Mike Shula is now in New York and Norv Turner is Carolina’s offensive coordinator. I see Cam Newton completing a career-high percentage of passes and Christian McCaffrey playing well. How has the Carolina offense changed?Walker: Norv Turner was brought in to run the same offense Shula ran. Cam has basically been in the same system with different coordinators since Rivera got here and that is a system that Rivera stole from Turner when he left San Diego to become Carolina’s head coach. Expect to see a run-first offense with a lot of zone read and options plays. They’ll start there, mix in some short passes to McCaffrey, and then try to hit you deep when your safeties eyes are glued to the offensive backfield.Ed: You’re game-planning FOR THE GIANTS against the Panthers. How do you attack them on offense and defense?Walker: The Panthers are going to be confident that James Bradberry can hold his own in coverage against Odell Beckham, Jr. That’s not to say he won’t get safety help from time to time, but he will have his one on one match-ups and he will probably follow Beckham around the field. Bradberry is a quieter player than Josh Norman, however, so don’t expect a repeat of that 2015 game. With Luke Kuechly keeping everybody up front focused on Saquon Barkley, the edge of the game might fall to Sterling Shepard vs Donte Jackson. He’s a rookie, but he is lightning fast and has great hands. If I were the Panthers, I’d be trying to set up situations where he can lure Manning into some bad decisions and try to force a few turn overs.Ed: Who are some under-the-radar players Giants fans should watch for on Sunday?Walker: The Panthers defense is all well known at this point. Donte Jackson has three picks so far as a rookie. Julius Peppers is timeless until he proves otherwise. Eric Reid is a big question mark for a known player, but definitely not under the radar. Look to our number one corner, James Bradberry http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-b.j.-goodson-jersey , who has a strong record of keeping himself and number one receivers out of the headlines.Their offense is a different story. The names to watch for on third down are Jarius Wright, a free agent acquisition from the Vikings, and Ian Thomas, a fourth-round draft pick. They’ll be the guys the Giants defense will forget about until they convert a third-and-6.Ed: If you could take any player off the Giants roster other than Saquon Barkley or Odell Beckham Jr. and put him in the Panthers lineup who would it be?Walker: Chad Wheeler. The Panthers have played or intended to play Matt Kalil, Daryl Williams, Corey Robinson, Taylor Moton, Chris Clark, Amini Silatolu, and Jeremiah Sirles at one or both tackle positions since training camp. Currently, Moton, Clark, Silatolu http://www.authenticsnewyorkgiants.com/cheap-kerry-wynn-jersey , and a newly traded for Marshall Newhouse are left standing. A talented, young, and healthy athlete at either end of the offensive line could mean everything for Cam’s already well-paced year.Ed: How has the Carolina fan base reacted to the signing of Eric Reid? What are your personal thoughts?Walker: We actually ran a twitter poll - I know, very scientific - two days before they signed him. Eighty-eight percent of respondents were in favor of signing him. The reactions we have had since have roughly matched those results. A few idiots have threatened to burn their tickets or their first born or whatever, but most people seem to recognize that he represents a major step forward for the Panthers on many levels.Giants’ injury update: Jon Halapio’s season over with broken ankle The New York Giants offensive line, still trying to gel as a unit, has suffered a major loss. Center Jon Halapio, who suffered a right leg injury in Sunday night’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys, is now confirmed to be out for the season. ESPN’s Jordan Raanan reported the news first, saying that Halapio has a broken ankle:Moments later, the Giants also confirmed the news, adding that Halapio will be undergoing surgery:Halapio was named the Giants’ starting center after spending all of training camp and the preseason with the first-team offensive line. His status was further cemented when the Giants traded center Brett Jones to the Minnesota Vikings for a 2019 seventh-round draft pick in August.Though never a starter before — Halapio was initially a 2014 Round 6 draft pick of the New England Patriots and bounced around the league before landing in New York in 2016 — he earned the right thanks to his hard work over the summer, his presence ruling the more expensive Jones obsolete on the Giants’ roster.Now http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-will-hernandez-jersey , the Giants will have to determine his replacement ahead of next Sunday’s meeting with the Houston Texans. The most logical option is veteran John Greco, who stepped in for Halapio on Sunday night. Another is undrafted rookie Evan Brown. And if neither excite, former Los Angeles Chargers starting center Spencer Pulley could be an option. The Giants were awarded Pulley via waivers at the beginning of the season.Pulley started 16 games for the Chargers last season, while Greco has started 66 games over 11 seasons, at left guard, right guard and center, mostly for the Cleveland Browns. Brown had 47 collegiate starts for Southern Methodist University, at center and right guard. At the very least, the Giants have options. But it’s not good news that their hand-picked center is lost for the season well before the offensive line — and the offense as a whole — has been able to build an identity together.