Mac's Slackers Blog
I will readily admit if the Saints team that beat the Panthers 2 weeks ago in New Orleans shows up Sunday, the Panthers are in trouble. The good news is that team never jumps on the team plane. That team stays home like Jim Celania on a weekend. The Saints team they send on the road is a different one entirely.
Both the Mac Attack and Bustin’ Loose will be broadcasting live from the WFNZ AAA Doghouse (on the corner of Mint and Morehead, uptown) tomorrow (Friday, December 13) from 6A-2P to benefit the WCNC Magical […]
CAUTION. Many of these numbers will frighten you and bring back bad memories from Sunday night’s Panthers- Saints game. But, they will educate you on why Sunday was so lopsided and what the Cats need to do to win the rematch.
Ok, so I couldn’t think of one big issue to write about. But, I have sports thoughts dancing in my head this holiday season. Here is the list……
With Monday night’s performance and a 7-3 record, Can Newton seems to have won over many in the national media (again). Many have declared him an MVP candidate. Where should he rank? Here is my attempt to find Cam’s place among the NFL’s most valuable.
In the third quarter of last night’s Patriots-Panthers game, New England’s right tackle, Marcus Cannon, was beaten badly by Charles Johnson and as a last ditch effort to make a play, he leg whipped Johnson. […]
With the impending blackout at tonight’s Patriots v. Panthers game, Jim dressed in all black and, in classic Jim style, took it a step further than most.
Tuesday was a great night for college basketball. Four of the top Five teams in the same building on ESPN. I feel a great season coming on. Here are some of my College Basketball First Impressions.
Will it happen? I don’t know for sure, but I believe they have a chance. Here are my keys to a Panther ‘W’ in San Francisco. 1) Win the Battle on the Ground- These two […]
In each of their first seven games, the Panthers have utilized a zone blitz scheme. The first two weeks, both Russell Wilson and EJ Manuel audibled out. Wilson, to a wide receiver screen (no play, […]