Carolina Panthers linebacker and NFL’s Man of the Year award nominee, Thomas Davis, joined the Mac Attack to discuss being recognized for such a noble cause, his head coach, playing alongside Luke Kuechly, defensive free agents, the Kraken vs. LeBron, meeting LeBron at a Bobcats game, and racing Luke Kuechly in the 40.
The Carolina Panthers started off the season with a 1-3 start, and were tied with the Atlanta Falcons for second place. It wasn’t a second place that was even close to the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints, but the rest of the season proved to turn out completely different.
The Carolina Panthers are faced with yet another critical game on Sunday when they head to Atlanta to take on the Falcons. With a win, the Panthers will clinch the NFC South and a 1st round bye in the playoffs, while also guaranteeing the city a home playoff game for the first time in 5 years.
Greg Cosell, from NFL Films and Executive Producer of ESPN’s NFL Matchup, joins the boys in his weekly spot to preview Panthers-Falcons game and he also explains what makes Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis so great
Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis says tearing the ACL in his right knee three times in three seasons hasn’t slowed him down.
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.
The Drive Thursday 4-25-13 – Thomas Davis joins The Drive to talk about his Draft Day experiences, what its been like this off-season since he’s not coming off an injury, and who he would pick with the 14th pick.
The Drive Tuesday 2-5-13 -Thomas Davis talks with Taylor and Marc about his improbable come back after his third ACL surgery, if he felt slighted by not winning the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year award, and how the team felt after winning 5 of their final 6 games.
When a bad season is over it is said to have ended mercifully, but in the case of the Panthers there is a real sense that the best is yet to come despite a 7-9 record. Cam Newton may have come of age in a single 60 minutes of play while head coach Ron Rivera gave his boss, Jerry Richardson, something to think about when it comes to his job. Happy New Year, Panthers’ fans!
Defense has not been a trademark of the 2012 Raiders, having given up 402 points in 14 games, so it will be no surprise if they add to that inflated number this weekend. Pro Bowl defensive tackle Richard Seymour has somehow stayed on the active roster all season, despite missing the last six contests, and he will be out again when his team tries to slow down the recharged Panthers.