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.
The Carolina Panthers could possibly get injured running back Jonathan Stewart back this week so that he can play against the St. Louis Rams. There are a number of factors in place though that show he should just sit a little bit longer.
Coach Ron Rivera says the Panthers will wait until later this week to decide whether to activate running back Jonathan Stewart to the 53-man roster.
Carolina’s secondary is looking a lot better than they did before beating the Giants and that could spell trouble for Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer.
Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert missed the entire preseason with a hamstring injury, and he could be Carolina’s saving grace against a young, fierce Seattle defense.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart will miss at least the first six weeks of the season while he recovers from an ankle injury. Coach Ron Rivera said after practice Tuesday that Stewart was placed on the physically unable to perform list.
Even though Instagram now has video capabilities on its App, we still got to give love out to the people who still use the Vine App for their 7 seconds of looped video glory!
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!
For the fourth time in the last five seasons, the Panthers will close out the season against the division rival Saints, and the only thing on the line for either club is to finish on a positive note. Carolina desperately wants to surpass last year’s win total while New Orleans, disappointed that they will miss the postseason for the first time since 2008, is looking to go 8-8.
Defense has not been a trademark of the 2012 Raiders, having given up 402 points in 14 games, so it will be no surprise if they add to that inflated number this weekend. Pro Bowl defensive tackle Richard Seymour has somehow stayed on the active roster all season, despite missing the last six contests, and he will be out again when his team tries to slow down the recharged Panthers.