San Diego Chargers
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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.
On Sunday the Panthers posted their first shutout in five years and during that season they made the playoffs.
History is already against Carolina making the playoffs after a 0-2 start, but a win could put everyone back in good spirits.
Last week I was 4-1 with my only loss coming at the hands of Northwestern who failed to cover the spread as a favorite. Pretty good for a guy whom Taylor and Marc rip every week on not knowing college football.
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The Drive Tuesday 12-18-12 – From the NFL Network we talk with Charles Davis about the Panthers performance in games that don’t matter towards the end of the season, if Cam Newton has finally turned the corner to becoming an elite quarterback, and who he sees in the Superbowl.
The Panthers are playing the way many expected them to early in the season so one might say it is better late than never. If fans thought their team played a well rounded game against the Falcons last weekend, the whooping they put on the Chargers on Sunday was as good, if not better.
The way they have been playing of late the Panthers were probably looking forward to taking on the reeling Chargers. That is, until the Friday injury report put them behind the eight-ball with eight starters on it, three definitely out and possibly two more ready to join them.
You can call him short, stout or thick, but one thing you can’t say about Mike Tolbert is that he is greedy. The Coastal Carolina University standout reportedly left more than $1 million behind in San Diego when he signed with the Panthers as a free agent, and he could be one of the most underrated players on the team.