Found November 27, 2012 on
The Rhino and Compass:
Good morning! There is really no reason to be up this early.
Martellus Bennett of the Giants saved a falling fan.
We need to end this lock out.The Coyotes need to find something to do.
Boy Meets World is coming back.
Minnesota, Pittsburgh â This season is never happening.
Carolina 30, Philadelphia â Huge game from Cam Newton. Perhaps there is still hope for the Panthers (next year)
Kansas 70, San Jose State 57 â San Jose State is probably not the best group of âSpartansâ in college basketball.
BEST OF MAXIM
Martellus Bennett took a big helmet-to-helmet hit on Sunday night, but it did nothing to alter his awareness. Bennett, who finished with three catches in the Giantsâ 38-10 victory over the Packers, made a fourth reception shortly after the game. The Giants tight end was apparently walking back to the locker room when he made the nightâs biggest contribution, catching a fan who...
After Sundayâs night win over the Packers, New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett ended up catching a fan who fell over a railing at Met Life Stadium.
Martellus Bennett saved a fan who tried to grab a souvenir glove from a kid, but ended up falling over the railing. Bennett caught the fan.
â Jane McManus (@janesports) November 26, 2012
The good news is that Bennett and...
New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett broke the fall of a man who fell over a railing trying to grab a glove the player was handing to a child after Sunday night's win over the Green Bay Packers.
The fan was quickly surrounded by New Jersey state troopers and led away. He did not appear to be hurt in the fall from the lowest level of seating at MetLife Stadium, a distance...
A lot of athletes have super hero nicknames. Think of the beef with Dwight Howard and Shaq over the Superman moniker. But this might be the first time an athlete requires one to be named after him following a heroic deed. After Sunday nightâs win over the Packers, Giants tight end Martellus Bennett caught a [...]
Cam Newton has been compared to Michael Vick ever since he burst onto the scene at Auburn and led the Tigers to a national championship. While many will argue that their comparisons are race related, Newton understands that the comparison stems mostly from the fact that both quarterbacks can make plays with their arm and their legs. Newton says that dual-threat ability has its benefits...
This was the Cam Newton who was the talk of the NFL last season.
Newton threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more to lead the Carolina Panthers to a 30-22 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night in a matchup of teams with the worst records in the NFC.
Newton, who hadn't played up to his sensational rookie season, showed no signs of a sophomore slump against...
After avoiding the rookie wall last season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton experienced a sophomore landslide this year until finding his...
PHILADELPHIA -- The Carolina Panthers are asking quarterback Cam Newton to do less, and as a result, he's doing more. He did just about everything Monday night, passing for two touchdowns and running for two more to lead the Panthers over the Philadelphia Eagles 30-22 at Lincoln Financial Field. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said he told his quarterback not to try to carry the...
Coach Ron Rivera says despite some growing pains he believes Cam Newton is improving and is ''right where you want a second-year quarterback to be.''
Newton's overall record as an NFL starter is just 9-18 and he hasn't come close this year to matching the numbers he put up as a rookie.
Still, Rivera says Carolina's 30-22 victory Monday night over Philadelphia...
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has been the target of a ton of criticism this season. Much of it has been warranted, some of it has not. Whether or not he deserves the latest heat that ESPNâs Rick Reilly put on him is open for debate.
On Tuesday, Reilly tweeted that Newton held up the Panthers team bus after their win over the Eagles on Monday night â something he also...
It was remarkably quiet at the Linc last night...almost serene. Maybe the brisk temperature (36 F.) kept Iggles fans' frustrations in check. Or maybe the folks who did show up for the game ( 70% capacity) were just being respectful. After all, they were witnessing the death of the Andy Reid era in Philly.
The only good thing about the eery funeral parlor atmosphere at the...