There is a big difference in the Panthers’ defense that opened the season and what they look like now. While injuries have played a role in the roster shuffle, Greg Hardy has emerged as a threat to be one of the finest sack masters in the game.
The Carolina Panthers flashed back to a year ago to do something had not done in 2012 and that was put together a complete game from start to finish. The Washington Redskins were flat and Ron Rivera’s team took advantage at every opportunity to pick up just their second win in eight tries.
Panthers Hope To Give Their Record A ‘Healthy’ Boost In Black And Blue Division Contest Against Bears
The Panthers have battled two foes this year, the opposition and the injured reserve list. Both have shared in the team’s 1-5 start and with the Bears up next, Carolina can only hope the Monsters of the Midway don’t knock any more players out of the lineup.
If the Panthers ever turn the corner to becoming one of the NFL’s defensive elites, you can bet Charles Johnson’s name will be prominently mentioned. The 6-year veteran has already established himself as a premier defensive end and is one of the anchors of an up-and-coming Carolina team.
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers looked nothing like the team that was crushed on national television ten days earlier, and came within five seconds of their second win of the season. The Atlanta Falcons were not sharp but they were good enough to come away with a two-point victory courtesy of a 40-yard field goal by Matt Bryant.
On today’s episode of QCB Unleashed, Q goes into the Carolina Panthers locker room to talk with DE Charles Johnson about their upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons!
The overall sentiment in the Panthers locker room during the second week of the NFL season is one of eagerness to play their home opener against the New Orleans Saints and forgetting their lackluster offense in Week 1 versus Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Drive Friday 8-10-12- Panthers Charles Johnson and James Anderson talk with Taylor and Marc about the changes on the defensive line, they get their opinions on the rookie Luke Kuechly, and how much they expect to see the 3-4 defense this year.
The Carolina Panther’s fans have been quite stirred up by a certain Atlanta Falcons hat. Thursday night defensive end Charles Johnson was seen around town donning the gear of divisional rivals, the Falcons.
Mac Attack 10/21/11: Panthers WR Steve Smith called the show today to discuss his thoughts on “Hatgate” involving Charles Johnson, and talked about the game Sunday against Washington