PJ Walker's first start for Panthers was a dream come true. Literally — ask his mom

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — About two years ago, P.J. Walker’s mother, Tamicha Drake, called him.She had a dream about him. At the time, Walker was a backup quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts and hadn’t played in an NFL regular-season game before. He was still waiting on his opportunity.“I had a dream you were playing for the Panthers,” she told him.“Really? That’s weird,” he responded.That dream came true, and on Sunday against the Lions, Walker took it one step further. He started in his first NFL game after Matt Rhule made the decision minutes before kickoff to sit Teddy Bridgewater, who suffered…

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