After three games one thing is clear, Carolina is playing well on both sides of the ball, but the Panthers defense has emerged as one of the NFL’s best.
Mac Attack weekly contributor Mike Florio will unveil his and the fans’ choices for the 4 spots on The Panthers Mt. Rushmore. After much talk about it on today’s show and some deliberation. Here are my Fab Four…….
After Steph Curry represented the QC by going off for 54 last night at MSG, I started thinking about the Best Athletes ever to play in the Charlotte area. This list includes natives and folks who played here during their pro careers.
Defense wins championships. But these days it’s a certain kind of defense. Check out our NFC all-pro defense to see who excels.
It was hard to believe the Panthers team that took the field on Sunday was 1-5 because they gave the Chicago Bears and their quarterback Jay Cutler fits throughout. But the Monsters of the Midway prevailed on a last second field goal which handed Carolina their fifth straight loss dropping them even further into the cellar of the NFC South Division.
They say there are no moral victories when you have a losing record. but for the Panthers, getting a win against the Bears may not be as important as how they play. Chicago has the top rated defense and the 8th best offense – a lethal combination for anyone – so Carolina needs to keep it close and let the chips fall where they may.
If the Panthers ever turn the corner to becoming one of the NFL’s defensive elites, you can bet Charles Johnson’s name will be prominently mentioned. The 6-year veteran has already established himself as a premier defensive end and is one of the anchors of an up-and-coming Carolina team.
A lapse in student record-keeping on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s computer system led to the online release of a former football star’s grades, Chancellor Holden Thorp said Thursday, in explaining a disclosure that’s prompted new questions about special treatment for athletes at the elite public college.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers has donated $250,000 to the University of North Carolina for scholarships.
There was a lot of jumping for joy by the Panthers on Friday night. Len Martez & Steve Lyerly recap Preseason Week 2 in the Queen City plus talk about Julius Peppers & his UNC […]