Panthers Game Previews
A look at the news, injuries, and analysts leading up to the week's game.
The 10-0 Carolina Panthers face off against a Dallas Cowboys team that finally has it's starting quarterback and star wide receiver back on the same field. The Panthers also will face a familiar name in Greg Hardy. The Cowboys are looking to win out
While the Panthers have likely lost one key defensive player for their tilt with the Texans, another one could possibly return this Sunday.
The news broke on Wednesday that the Houston Texans are preparing to roll with QB Ryan Mallett over Brian Hoyer going into their week 2 matchup against the Carolina Panthers.
I normally bring you your key player matchups each week, but in the preseason it's a little different due to teams being cautious with injuries and rolling out other players to try and get a look at them. There's a lot of players the coaches will be
With some injuries this week, the Panthers will be starting a former Seahawk , could possibly be down a wide receiver, and will be a little shorthanded depth-wise in the secondary. Some players need to step up this week in order to compete with the 2014 Super Bowl champs, the Seattle Seahawks.
It's redemption time for the Carolina Panthers. The Arizona Cardinals return to Charlotte for the playoffs, 6 years after embarrassing one of the best teams in franchise history. Few Panthers remain from that team, but the ones that do will need to light a fire under the new faces. Let's take a look at the impactful matchups this week.
A look at the two big time players for the Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers who started their NFL careers against each other.
I've been a fan of the Carolina Panthers for a long time, but Sunday marked the first home Panthers game ever for me. And it was something to remember.
The Panthers face the Bucs once again without the help of star quarterback Cam Newton. Last time he was recovering from injured ribs and a still healing ankle. This time, he sits out with a hurt back from a terrifying accident that yielded fortunate
After a dissappointing loss that we've all know too well in the Ron Riv-Era, the Panthers take on the divisional rival Saints at home on a short week. Miraculously, even after several blowout losses the Panthers are still in position to right the ship and take first place in the NFC South midway through the season. The Panthers looked to have been playing a bit better against the reigning Super Bowl champions, but they will need to be a more complete team to beat the Saints, and win enough games to make the playoffs in 2014.
Both teams are dealing with multiple injuries in specific positions, and will be calling upon their depth to fill in. Defensive back is a big concern for both teams, but the Panthers will finally have one of their four horseman back at running back i
Both teams go into Sunday relatively banged up at some key positions. The players who step in to pick up the slack will be even more important as there's depth issues as well. Each team has key contributors on both sides of the ball who will need to step up as well to nullify the losses. Let's take a look at how they stack up.
After two weeks of absolutely dreadful defensive performances, the Panthers appeared to be following suit against the Chicago Bears with the help of some awful turnovers by the offense. But then the second half happened, and the Panthers managed an outstanding comeback on the shoulders of the defense playing the kind of football that we've grown accustomed to. However, the Panthers will now travel to Cincinatti, to play a team with a dangerous offense and outstanding defense. Let's take a look at how the defense should fair.
Following two dreadful losses, the Panthers will host the Bears and their high powered offense. The Bears also have their fair share of weaknesses and injuries, but at this point its a stretch to say any game is a "should win" for the Panthers.