The NFL has switched the Carolina Panthers’ game at New Orleans against the Saints on Dec. 8 from early afternoon to an 8:30 ET kickoff on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football.”
Carolina’s last-minute scoring drive to end the first half gave the Miami Dolphins a taste of what was to come.
Cam Newton angrily slapped his hands together and stared into the end-zone stands, watching Miami Dolphins fans celebrate the interception he had just thrown.
The Carolina Panthers defeated the New England Patriots in their biggest win of the season, and they are now heading into a possible trap game against the Miami Dolphins. Some key players, including a number of starters, will be out this weekend so the Panthers cannot get complacent.
Coach Ron Rivera says the Panthers will be without three starters for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, including defensive end Charles Johnson.
After a big Monday Night Football victory over the Patriots this week, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith still has time to give back to the Charlotte community while discussing his new phrase “Ice Up Son!” and signing up finally on Twitter.
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Jim Drinkus and his lab-coat-wearing army take a look at the media meltdown.
CAROLINA (7-3) at MIAMI (5-5) Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET, Fox OPENING LINE — Panthers by 4
#IceUpSon is becoming a viral hit on the internet thanks to Steve Smith’s comments to New England Patriots CB Aqib Talib on Monday Night Football.
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