Greg Hardy and Luke Kuechly talk with us live from the locker after practice on Thursday.
CBS analyst discusses the Jets-Panthers matchup before he calls the action on Sunday.
Shaun King, former Buccaneers quarterback and contributor to NBC and PorFootballTalk, joins Mac and Jim to discuss a myriad of topics. Some of the issues Shaun weighs in on: the idea of showcasing Kirk Cousins for a trade, the next Saints-Panthers matchup, offers criticism of the Panthers wide receivers, Jonathan Stewart’s absence, potential playoff matchups for the Panthers, weight gain, hair loss, Rodney Peete, the Panthers making a run, Peyton Manning in the cold, boxing and skinny jeans.
Vinny Cerrato, former Redskins exec and current radio host at our sister station in Baltimore, joins Mac and Jim to discuss the Panthers and the mess in Washington D.C.
NEW YORK JETS (6-7) at CAROLINA (9-4) Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS OPENING LINE — Panthers by 12 1-2 RECORD VS. SPREAD — New York 7-6, Carolina 8-5
Mike Florio from PFT and NBC joined the show as he does each Wednesday and he discussed the Panthers loss to New Orleans and the NFC playoff picture
James Brown, from CBS and Showtime’s Inside the NFL, joins the show and starts the interview off reminiscing with Jim about the last time the Panthers were in the Super Bowl.
CAUTION. Many of these numbers will frighten you and bring back bad memories from Sunday night’s Panthers- Saints game. But, they will educate you on why Sunday was so lopsided and what the Cats need to do to win the rematch.
Will Brinson from CBS Sports talks with Marc James from The Drive about the Superbowl being played in New York City, if the Panthers can bounce back against the Saints in another week when they come to Carolina, and we discuss the track record of Marty Hurney in the NFL Draft.
Panthers wide receiver and returner extraordinaire, Ted Ginn joined the Mac Attack on Friday. After introducing Ginn to the parody song made in his honor, Mac and Jim discuss the weekend’s big matchup against the saints and tell fans how they can meet Ted in the Concord area on Monday (De. 9).