Heath Evans from FOX and the NFL Network previews the second matchup between the Saints and Panthers and discusses awards, the Panthers ceiling and can anyone upset Seattle.
Greg Hardy and Luke Kuechly talk with us live from the locker after practice on Thursday.
Patriot beat writer for WEEI in Boston, Christopher Price joined the guys to talk about the big Monday Night game between the Pats and Panthers. Why the Panthers need to start quick, especially after halftime […]
The Carolina Panthers prided themselves the last two seasons on being a “big chunk offense,” able to gobble up big yards on downfield passes.
The Panthers have allowed the second-fewest points in the NFL, the second-fewest yards and have forced 21 turnovers this season. And now they’re figuring out how to win close games.
he Carolina Panthers improved to 6-3 earlier today when they went on the road and beat the defending NFC Champions, the San Francisco 49ers. The victory for the Panthers put them in prime position for a playoff spot and even a possible tie for the division lead if Dallas can beat New Orleans tonight.
Rookie Star Lotulelei is just three games into his NFL career and is already drawing rave reviews around the league.
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.
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.
Carolina lost to a strong Seattle Seahawks team 12-7 on Sunday and here is why Panthers fans shouldn’t panic heading into next week’s game against Buffalo.