Carolina Panthers Tight End and current free agent, Ben Hartsock joins the show to discuss the life of being a blocking tight end, flying under the radar, the playoff run and his future with the […]
The Carolina Panthers were thrilled to get the first-round bye in the NFL playoffs because it meant one less game between them and the Super Bowl. They were also very grateful for it because it allowed a number of players to fully heal up.
The Carolina Panthers have had an extra week off to prepare for their first playoff game in years, but they haven’t taken the time off from preparing. They have been focusing on whichever team they may face and they are looking to be a team that is not only good, but one that is feared.
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.
The Carolina Panthers are enjoying the good life with a big win streak and having a firm hold on second place in the NFC South. They’ve defeated some teams looked at as being contenders in the past weeks, but they’ve got to face off with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots…and that’s never an easy task.
Seattle’s DE Chris Clemmons and CB Brandon Browner and Carolina’s DT Dwan Edwards and S Michael Mitchell could miss game
The Panthers are a little thin on defense and that does not bode well for them getting their second win of the year against the Redskins. Washington is a little banged up themselves and a win would go a long way to makeing a second half run for a postseason berth.
It was hard to believe the Panthers team that took the field on Sunday was 1-5 because they gave the Chicago Bears and their quarterback Jay Cutler fits throughout. But the Monsters of the Midway prevailed on a last second field goal which handed Carolina their fifth straight loss dropping them even further into the cellar of the NFC South Division.
Marty Hurney is not the only thing wrong with this team!