2012 NFL Schedule: Falcons to host Panthers

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In Week 4, the undefeated Atlanta Falcons will host the Carolina Panthers in an NFC South showdown.

Atlanta is coming off a convincing victory in San Diego, while the Panthers will look to rebound from a rough loss to the Giants.

The Falcons have not lost a home game against the Panthers since 2007. A win on Sunday would give Atlanta a commanding lead in the NFC South.

Around the division, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Washington Redskins in a matchup of 1-2 teams. Both squads are coming off tough losses in Week 3, and will be hungry for a win.

Finally, the winless Saints have the unenviable task of heading to Green Bay a week after the Packers lost a controversial game to the Seahawks.

Sunday Sept. 30 Schedule:

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons- 1:00

Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers- 4:25

New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers- 4:25

Click here for a full look at the Week 4 NFL schedule.

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