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After back-to-back, full-workload days, the only thing between Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen and his return to the football field is a couple of nights’ sleep.

“Yeah, the response obviously to putting this much volume on it two days in a row is the concern,” said Olsen on Thursday afternoon.

“But we’ve had no indications that it’s going to be a problem. So as far as I’m concerned right now, just trying to get my legs under me a bit, get that football movement stuff going a little bit. But yeah, I’m doing well.”

Olsen also does not expect his in-game workload to differ any from when he was healthy. He said he is preparing as if he will get a “normal” amount of looks.

“I always anticipate that I’m going to play every snap, just from a mindset standpoint,” he said. “And however the game plays out is fine.”

Carolina could officially activate Olsen off of injured reserve at any time before Sunday. Final injury reports for the week come out on Friday, and actives and inactives are released 90 minutes before the start of each game.

But barring a setback, it seems Olsen will suit up for the first time since he broke his foot in Week 2.

What might be a little more concerning is nickel cornerback Captain Munnerlyn’s illness. If it were a one-day absence, Rivera might not be worried, but Munnerlyn missed a second consecutive workout on Thursday.

There is no go-to option at backup nickel for Munnerlyn, as draft pick Corn Elder and undrafted free agent pickup Cole Luke are both on injured reserve and are not designated for return.

Corner Kevon Seymour might play the position if Munnerlyn is unable, or Carolina may stick with linebacker Shaq Thompson in the hybrid “Buffalo” nickel role throughout Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.

Panthers starting center Ryan Kalil and backup Tyler Larsen were also limited, although Larsen was more a precautionary move.

Quarterback Cam Newton was also limited for a second day, with soreness in his right thumb. He has been wearing a fingerless compression glove on his throwing hand.

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Where are the New England Patriots in this week’s ESPN NFL Power Rankings?

The New England Patriots are on fire. They are one of the hottest teams in the NFL, as they are riding a five-game winning streak. Only the Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints, both riding seven-game winning streaks, have longer ones. The Minnesota Vikings also are on a five-game winning streak.

New England headed into their bye in Week 9 on a hot streak and was facing a stiff test off their bye in Week 10. A visit to the Denver Broncos was on deck, which is sometimes problematic for the Patriots. The Broncos are the only team with a winning record against Tom Brady.

History did not repeat itself in Week 10, as the Patriots picked up right where they left off heading into the bye. New England rolled the reeling Broncos, 41-16. They won every facet of the game, as the once-vaunted Broncos defense was picked apart for a second consecutive week. In their last two games, the Broncos have surrendered 91 points!

While the Broncs defense is regressing, the Patriots defense is progressing. After some major struggles the first six weeks of the season, New England is picking things up on that side of the ball.

Where are the New England Patriots in this week’s ESPN NFL Power Rankings?

The New England Patriots are on fire. They are one of the hottest teams in the NFL, as they are riding a five-game winning streak. Only the Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints, both riding seven-game winning streaks, have longer ones. The Minnesota Vikings also are on a five-game winning streak.

New England headed into their bye in Week 9 on a hot streak and was facing a stiff test off their bye in Week 10. A visit to the Denver Broncos was on deck, which is sometimes problematic for the Patriots. The Broncos are the only team with a winning record against Tom Brady.

History did not repeat itself in Week 10, as the Patriots picked up right where they left off heading into the bye. New England rolled the reeling Broncos, 41-16. They won every facet of the game, as the once-vaunted Broncos defense was picked apart for a second consecutive week. In their last two games, the Broncos have surrendered 91 points!

While the Broncs defense is regressing, the Patriots defense is progressing. After some major struggles the first six weeks of the season, New England is picking things up on that side of the ball.

The 12.1 projected wins are the second most in the league, trailing only the Eagles, who are projected at 12.4. Also pointed out is that the Patriots defense has really stepped things up.

When you are giving up only 13.4 points per game, it takes a lot of pressure off the offense, which was relied upon to put up big numbers the first six games of the season as the defense looked to figure things out.

The Patriots will look to keep their winning streak going in Week 12 when they travel to Mexico City to take on the Oakland Raiders.