Hobbled by injuries, the Indianapolis Colts hope (wide receiver) Hakeem Nicks can contribute with the type of production that catapulted the New York Giants to a Super Bowl championship in 2012.
From the Panthers, Hornets, and NASCAR to the Hounds, Knights, and Checkers; Charlotte has long had a strong love affair with all things sports. Charlotte has provided Hall of Fame coaches and drivers, famous wrestlers, esteemed sports casters, Super Bowl winners, and NCAA national champions.
On this week’s emotional episode of QCB Unleashed, Q talks about how the Carolina Panthers finally part ways with their franchise player and future Hall Of Fame receiver Steve Smith.
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.
New York has yet to establish any kind of effective ground game so Carolina could see a lot of ball in the air on Sunday.
New York hopes to avoid their first 0-3 start since 1996 when they kick off against Carolina (0-2) on Sunday.
This was not the way to make a first impression. Cam Newton and his Carolina Panthers let a banged up New York Giants team walk all over them on their own home turf in their first appearance on Thursday Night Football.
On Thursday night the sports world will turn its attention to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC as the Carolina Panthers host the defending Super Bowl Champions the New York Giants.
The New York Giants set a franchise mark of 510 net passing yards last Sunday against the Buccaneers, but they will be hard pressed to duplicate that number when they face the Panthers in Charlotte on Thursday Night Football. Carolina has a much improved defense and has an offense that can pile up yardage as well as points.
The NFL becomes more of a passing league every year. Here are the top 10 fantasy football options at wide receiver.