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The Carolina Panthers are pleased with their progress so far, yet they’re far from pleased.

“Everyone is saying it’s a work in progress, but we can’t really say that anymore,” said left tackle Jordan Gross, whose Panthers will carry a 1-4 record into Sunday’s game at the Atlanta Falcons. “It’s too late into the season, and we’ve got to make some moves to get back into the swing of things. We’ve just got to find ways to win.”

The Falcons (2-3) will enter the NFC South matchup with a similar mindset. Both teams are looking up at both New Orleans (4-1) and Tampa Bay (3-2) in the division standings.

The Panthers actually have a better point differential than either the Falcons or the Buccaneers but have little of true substance to show for it with four losses by a total of 22 points.

“I like our team,” Gross said. “We’re way better than I even thought we would be, and spirits are still good in here. We’re all hopeful.”