The Carolina Panthers are looking good with two victories out in the past three games, and they’ve got a healthy enough team to contend with anyone in the NFL. The St. Louis Rams are on a two-game winning streak, but are about to step into the Panthers’ den.
Cam Newton sacked seven times, picked off three more as Panthers offense and defense sputter to a 1-3 record.
Carolina is 2-14 in games decided by a touchdown or less in the last three seasons. With Sunday’s one point loss to the Bills, the Panthers front office has to be questioning Coach Ron Rivera.
The Bills have five players out including some key backups while the Panthers look ready to play.
Greg Olsen is throwing a concert tonight to benefit Levine Children’s Hospital. Wanna play?… #HEARTestYard
Seattle’s DE Chris Clemmons and CB Brandon Browner and Carolina’s DT Dwan Edwards and S Michael Mitchell could miss game
Studs like Graham and Gronkowski are in a league of their own, but the position offers solid players.
Panthers Tight End Greg Olsen joined the guys from the Mac Attack in studio to promote his new charity event September 9th at Coyote Joes and what we can expect from the Panthers this coming season
The Drive Friday 4-19-13 – Greg Olsen talks with The Drive about the Panthers schedule and how he feels about some of the match-ups, what his plans are for the off-season, and we talk about Cam Newton’s maturation and if this can be his break out year.
When a bad season is over it is said to have ended mercifully, but in the case of the Panthers there is a real sense that the best is yet to come despite a 7-9 record. Cam Newton may have come of age in a single 60 minutes of play while head coach Ron Rivera gave his boss, Jerry Richardson, something to think about when it comes to his job. Happy New Year, Panthers’ fans!