The NFC South has always been one of those divisions full of surprises, twists and competitiveness. Everyone probably could have predicted one team to excel, another to be a close second, a third to start fading back, and a fourth to be one of the worst in the league … but not in the order they are currently in.
Bustin’ Loose: 10-9-13: National Insider for NFL Network Ian Rapoport joined the guys to talk about his story that said the Panthers were actively searching for coaching candidates and Dave Gettleman’s denial of the report. […]
Lead NFC South Writer For The Bleacher Report Knox Bardeen On The Panthers:”I Don’t Think This Team Is Ready For The Playoffs”
Bustin’ Loose: 10-2-13: The lead NFC South writer for the Bleacher Report Knox Bardeen joined Frank and Yarbs to talk about the Panthers vs. Cardinals this weekend. Knox also touches on the rest of the […]
Quarterback Matt Ryan set five Falcons single-season passing records. While impressive, it made the Falcons one-dimensional, relying too much on their aerial attack. With the addition of All-Pro running back Steven Jackson, the Falcons can now be dangerous both through the air and on the ground.
The 2013 NFL Draft will take place this week, so let’s take a look at which holes each team in the NFC South needs to fill to have a successful draft.
Only in “Bizarro World” would the University of Miami basketball team destroy #1 Duke 90-63. That’s exactly what happened. Coach K. Better fix it ASAP because conference schedule has just begun. The NCAA should investigate Miami for violating Duke the way they did.
May not be what Panther fans want to hear but the road to the Super Bowl goes through Atlanta this year. Len Martez discusses the Falcons win in Detroit last night & how the Panthers […]
As a season winds down, you can always count on someone saying, “If the season ended today …..,” but in the Panthers’ case, it would be “If the season STARTED today …..,” as in six weeks ago. Over that span they are 3-3 and coming off a solid win against a division rival while Cam Newton is looking more like he did last year than in the first seven games of 2012.
In a season filled with injuries, the Panthers are very used to saying, “Next man up.” This week is no different as they have to replace their number one back and number two receiver as they host the 11-1 Falcons who are in a lot better shape, physically.
Matt Ryan stirred up a hornet’s nest with some late game comments the first time the Panthers faced the Falcons in Atlanta earlier this season. This weekend Ryan brings his team to Charlotte and there could be more story lines than just an 11-1 team squaring off against one that is 3-9.