The Drive Thursday 12-13-12 -Jake Delhomme talks with The Drive about this years performance of the Carolina Panthers, how his experiences with his quarterback coaches could help Cam Newton, and we get some of his favorite stories from his time with the Panthers.
Marty Hurney is not the only thing wrong with this team!
Even the most optimistic Panthers’ fan will look at the upcoming schedule and probably think, “No way they can win the next four.” Those games are outside the NFC South and each team has their own agendas when it comes to making the playoffs. It could prove difficult for Carolina to begin turning 2012 around.
Mac Attack 10/09/12: Former Panthers QB Jake Delhomme joined the guys to discuss what he is up to now, his career as a Panther, and the recent struggles of Cam Newton
After watching the Panthers embarrass themselves against the NY Giants, lets re-live some of the worst losses in team history.
The Drive Tuesday 9-18-12-Jake Delhomme talks with Taylor and Marc about the Panthers win over the Saints, what he thinks of Panther fans and how they have changed since hes been here, and if he thinks Peyton Manning still has what it takes to be a franchise quarterback.
The Drive Tuesday 7-31-12-Jake Delhomme talks with The Drive about his chances of coming back to the league this year, his best memories with the Panthers, and how he clicked with his teammates during his time in Carolina.
Peyton Manning to The Denver Broncos, Tim Tebow to the New York Jets, the Manning, Tebow saga played out like an episode of Days of Our Lives. So now that the dust has settled on both the Manning story and my recent move to a new house (I am still sneezing and unpacking) what it will be like in Denver for Manning and Fox.
When news broke that Jake Delhomme had signed with the Houston Texans, a range of emotions took me over. I was shocked, disappointed, vengeful, and even excited to an extent. I thought of all the possibilities that could come from this and examined it a little bit closer.
As the Carolina Panthers finish preparing for another season of football, I recently sifted through piles of stats to determine which players (past and present) are candidates for the teams highest praise, the Ring of Honor.