Every year the Super Bowl gives us the opportunity to bet. Here are a bunch of stats and facts to help you make your decision on who wins.
Hitting To All Fields: Ray Lewis Keeps Dream Alive, Denver Chokes, Brady & Belichick Back In Title Game
Congrat”U”lations to Ray Lewis! #52 from the “U.” The DREAM is still ALIVE! 17 tackles in the Ravens EPIC upset of Denver in the AFC Divisional Playoffs…retire? Retire? WHY?
On the field, Thomas Davis stares down the opposition, but off it the Panthers’ linebacker has had to stare down something much scarier: the surgeon’s knife. In two years Davis has torn an ACL three times, and despite those injuries, he has come back to play the game he loves in the town where his heart is and everyone, save his opponents, is glad he did.
Hey sports fans, T-Bone, Bruce and Chris here with our picks for the NFL slate this weekend. We’re going to keep track of these for bragging rights, so we’ll keep you updated each week with […]
It is safe to say that the mere mention of the word Manning around the water cooler these days might just get you uninvited to the Christmas Party after Peyton duplicated what his younger brother Eli did a number of weeks back, hang 36 points and a loss on the Panthers. Even with six prior losses, this might just be Carolina’s low point of 2012.
Jordan Gross glanced over at the Carolina Panthers’ defensive players after the game yesterday, and quickly looked away, a bit embarrassed. “The defense did so well and you want those guys to believe in the […]
Broncos coach John Fox returns to Carolina today with a marquee quarterback in tow. Having a four-time league MVP like Peyton Manning calling the shots on offense is a luxury Fox didn’t have during his […]
Cam Newton may have caught a break when he faces the Broncos this Sunday as starting cornerback Tracy Porter will miss his fourth straight game due to an illness. The Panthers may have to open up the playbook to keep pace with Denver QB Peyton Manning and Newton could take advantage of Porter’s absence.
Hey Panthers, The Broncos Are Coming, The Broncos Are Coming (And So Are John Fox And Peyton Manning)
The Broncos and Panthers hook up for just the fourth time ever this Sunday and it should be a memorable day. John Fox returns, the only head coach to lead Carolina to a Super Bowl, and QB Peyton Manning, who won the big game in 2007, visits as one of his final stops before landing in Canton when his Hall of Fame career is over.
Ron Rivera has drawn his share of criticism, but how much of it is really deserved? With a little luck, the Panthers could be 4-4 and few would be looking for an exit strategy for the head coach. Maybe the media should cut him some slack and give him a chance to succeed in Charlotte.