Panthers tight end, Greg Olsen, joins Mac and Jim to discuss his busy offseason, the deaprture of Steve Smith, his health, the number 88 and Panthers GM Dave Gettleman.
Marc James talks with his Miami Hurricanes former classmate to recap the Panthers season after the loss in the playoffs to the 49ers. We first start by asking Greg how he looks at the 2013 season.
Yesterday afternoon Panthers TE Greg Olsen joined Marc James on The Drive. Olsen, acquired via trade by the Panthers in 2011, spoke about Cam Newton and his talents, but Olsen, the Panthers leading receiver this season, also spoke about the team and their chance for a Super Bowl run
The Carolina Panthers had to win the last game of the season to get the NFC South title and a first-round bye so it’s not like it was a time they could rest their players. Steve Smith had to sit out with an injury, and there were not a lot of other options for Cam Newton to rely on, but there need to be.
The Carolina Panthers have a lot on the line with this weekend’s game against the New Orleans Saints. The NFC South will slip away with a loss, but the Panthers are going to have just about everyone healthy and ready for the fight.
The Carolina Panthers still have a shot at the NFC South title and after a loss to the New Orleans Saints, they needed to rebound in a big way. That was exactly what they did against the New York Jets and kept their divisional title hopes alive.
Jonathan Stewart tore his MCL and will miss the rest of the season as the Carolina Panthers try to wrestle the NFC South crown from the hands of the New Orleans Saints. Here is the injury report for the Carolina Panthers vs. New York Jets game as the Panthers try to keep pace.
The Carolina Panthers may not have been worried if the New Orleans Saints had taken down the league-leading Seattle Seahawks. Instead, the Saints got blown out and then got stranded in Seattle overnight and now the Panthers will be playing a team that is looking for redemption.
Two winning streaks went up against each other on Sunday, and one of them had to come to an end. When all was said and done, it was the longer win streak of the Carolina Panthers that carried on and the three-game streak of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers came crashing to an end.
The Carolina Panthers looked as if they were falling right into a traditional trap game after a huge victory last week, but they were able to escape. Cam Newton led the comeback charge in a game that looked as if it was going to be a major upset against the Miami Dolphins.