Fresh off his 30 for 30* mockumentary, comedia Frank Caliendo reunited with Jim and Mac in studio on Friday. Frank brought his armada of friends with him (including John Madden and Morgan Freeman), but also made time to make fun of Jim and talk about the behind the scenes work of his 30 for 30 and of doing impressions.
Ron Rivera talks with Marc James about what changed when they were 1-3 and how they got into their 8 game win streak, what it felt like to win Coach of the Year, and Marc makes a push to draft Kelvin Benjamin in this years draft.
CBS Sports NFL Writer Will Brinson Wraps Up The NFL Season. Are the Seahawks getting the respect they deserve? Do the Panthers have a chance to take the next step, next year?
Mike Florio from NBC and PFT joined the guys to recap the Super Bowl, the latest on Cam Netwon’s contract, and gave his take on what free agent WR Hakeem Nicks is going to get on the open marker
Jason Cole, from the National Football Post, wrote an intriguing piece about the 2011 first round draft picks, in which the Panthers took Cam Newton with the first pick. Because of the new CBA (2011 draft was the first one under the new labor deal), the lucrative contract extensions for many big-time young players may not be there, but the issue is limited to the first round picks and Jason discusses why Colin Kaepernick could be a major problem for the Panthers, and other issues with Mac and Jim.
Comedian Frank Caliendo will be appearing at the Comedy Zone this weekend and joining the Mac Attack, in studio, on Friday. Today, he broke down his most recent project and complimented Jim on being alive. (Photo by: Ethan Miller/Getty Images Entertainment)
On this week’s episode of QCB Unleashed, Q talks about how the Denver/Seattle Super Bowl XLVIII football game was complete garbage!
It was their first matchup as conference foes. And it was a classic between the Blue Devils & the Orange. Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss that game plus make predictions on Super Bowl 47.
With Seattle having just a handful of players listed on the injury report and with Denver in the double digits, things are looking good for the ‘Hawks.
Greg Cosell stopped by for his final weekly visit of the 2014 NFL season to discuss the Super Bowl and how the Panthers can better emulate Seattle and San Francisco.