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According to the NFL schedule, the Carolina Panthers will kick off the second half of the season Sunday when the Tennessee Titans visit Bank of America Stadium.

According to Panthers head coach Ron Rivera, it’s more like kicking off the first half.

“On Monday, we talked about this as the beginning of the season,” Rivera said. “The reason I said that is because if you think about it, we’ve probably gone through what equals up to going through OTAs, mini-camps, training camps and preseason. Now we have an opportunity to start fresh and get going.”

With a 2-6 record, the Panthers probably wish they could literally wipe the slate clean, but they have been close to victory in every game and don’t see any reason why they can’t turn their record upside-down.

“Our approach each week is going to be 1-0, 1-0, 1-0,” Rivera said. “If we can get the roll going that we’re talking about and get things going in the right direction, the last half of the season could be interesting.”

The Titans (4-4) start their second half in better standing. They’re in second place in the AFC South, though they dropped three of their last four games.