Mac's Slackers Blog
Been awhile since I took a statistical look at Cam Newton and how he is playing. Today is the perfect time to do it, because these numbers will excite you if you are a member of Panther Nation. They reflect what we already know: Cam is playing his best football right now.
Just 48 hours from their season opener, several questions surround the Bobcats season. Here’s a quick look at five of the biggest questions for Coach Clifford’s charges:
Just a few weeks ago, we were wondering if Cam Newton had regressed after his strong finish to last season. But, 3 wins in 4 games later, and I believe we can say he is playing even better than he did at the end of last year.
Today, Darren Rovell asked one of the most dangerous question in college athletics: Remind me: What does the NCAA now do that the schools themselves can't do? — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) October 22, 2013 A […]
Florida State won impressively in Death Valley on Saturday night behind Jameis Winston. Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss that plus how five ranked teams in the SEC losing will affect the 1st BCS poll […]
The Bobcats have won just 28 games in the last two seasons, but after signing Al Jefferson drafting Cody Zeller and re-signing Josh McRoberts to bolster an anemic offensive front court this year is supposed to be different.
Ok, Am I grasping here? Maybe. But, as Panther fans, I believe we should look anywhere for a reason for hope. Like the NY Times.
The loss to the Cardinals on Sunday was an ugly. Here is a look at some of the most interesting numbers through 5 weeks. Many of them came from Pro Football Focus and Football Outsiders.
On ESPN last week, Mike Ditka made a comment that surprised me. He said Peyton Manning is the greatest player he has ever seen. Ditka is old school. So he has seen or played against damn near everyone. That comment holds weight.
Alright Panther fans, the Cats’ bye week is upon us, so allow me to direct you to some good TV viewing. Sure, you could go outside and enjoy the nice weather, but there is still football on people.