CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers coach Ron Rivera had a moment of weakness before his players left for the bye week. “I broke my own rule,” Rivera confessed to reporters this week, “I looked ahead. I told the guys, ‘We’ve got five games left to play. If we take care of business in all five games and one or two things happen, then we win the division.'”
This week on “The Mac Attack,” Carolina Panthers’ tight end Greg Olsen called in to talk about their third preseason game against the New England Patriots, addresses questions about key Panther players, and talks about the importance of his Heart-est Yard concert at Coyote Joe’s on September 15th.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — If Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera has his way, Cam Newton won’t be running as many read-option plays as he has in the past.
If Jonathan Stewart runs the way he did Sunday night, Newton won’t need to.
Well, here we go.
No more talk about could Lebron consider playing in Charlotte, no more who was your favorite Brady Bunch kid, say goodbye to all of our favorite get me through summertime show topics.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Quarterback Cam Newton said he plans to take more ownership of the Carolina Panthers’ offense without his top four receivers from last season.
The San Francisco 49ers have gone from one of the NFL’s worst rushing teams in September to the league’s best in November, and it’s easy for offensive coordinator Greg Roman to identify the players on his unit who have made it happen.
Mike Mitchell is bringing a little attitude — and a whole lot of big plays — to the Carolina Panthers’ defense.
The Panthers are leaning just how valuable wide receiver Brandon LaFell is to their offense — and not just when he’s catching the football.
As North Carolina nears the midpoint of the season, Larry Fedora’s Tar Heels still haven’t figured out how to get their offense moving like last year.
Ron Rivera said he’s not turned into a riverboat gambler.