The way things are going for the Carolina Panthers they might be hard pressed to equal last year’s 6-10 record. With the offense sputtering, a quarterback that hates to lose but continues to do so and a defense that is better but not elite, how close are they from thinking about next season?
Running back Jonathan Stewart returns to the Panthers lineup but will the running back help DeAngelo Williams establish a running game good enough so quarterback Cam Newton can open up the playbook? Even if all things go well, the Atlanta Falcons are still a force to be reckoned with in the NFC South not to mention the National Football League.
It’s hard to say it is a must-win game in Week 2 but for the Panthers and Saints, going 0-2 is not an option. Carolina may need it more because it would be two straight losses to a divisional foe. New Orleans simple needs a victory to take their minds off all the other distractions.
Mac Attack 1/25/12: The Charlotte Observer’s Joe Person joins the guys to talk about the Senior Bowl, Panthers draft, and Captain Munnerlyn.
Another week down, and another similar result for the Carolina Panthers. After five weeks they sit at 1-4, but they could just as easily be 5-0 right now. In the four loses the Panthers have only been beaten by a mere 5.5 average points a game. They have been in every single game they have played but just come up a little short.
During Week #5′s Panther Locker Room Interviews, we met a lot of the new signees to the team that were eager to play for the Panthers squad. Plus, we talked with DeAngelo Williams about his mom and Cam Newton discusses his touchdown end zone celebration move.
Usually the fourth preseason game is the least important. The starters play a series, that is if they play at all and the game is used to determine what backups will make the 53 man […]
Mac Attack 05/31/11:Panthers 2nd year DE Greg Hardy joined the guys to discuss the start of voluntary workouts, the lockout, and much more.