Posted December 15, 2012 on
I knew that it was all too early to get excited about the “new” Chiefs team when they beat the Carolina Panthers last week. I was really hoping against hope that it was not a fluke but somewhere, deep down inside of my soul, I thought it was.
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The Carolina Panthers looked like an exciting young team last season. This season they've looked lost and underachieved on offense.
As we get closer to the end of the season it's time to start looking ahead to the coaching changes for next year.
Here's a quick look at the teams I think will, or should, be looking for a coaching change when the season ends.
Mike Tolbert of the Carolina Panthers can celebrate with the best of them and on Sunday he didn’t disapoint after scoring six points against his former team, the Chargers. I am not sure exactly what sort of dance it is, but it does make me want to go and give the big guy a hug.
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Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart is out for Sunday's game against San Diego with an ankle injury.Fantasy Spin:Stewart suffered a left high-ankle sprain and has missed Carolina's last two games. Coach Ron Rivera said Brandon LaFell was closer to returning than Stewart and with a healthy DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tolbert there was no reason to rush Stewart back into the lineup.
Panthers receiver Brandon LaFell (foot, toe) is questionable for Sunday's game against San Diego. Coach Ron Rivera called it 50-50 when asked about the chance of Lafell playing.Fantasy Spin:Not only does LaFell have a turf toe injury, he's also dealing with a chipped bone in his foot. Louis Murphy will start if LaFell is inactive and caught five balls for 36 yards last week.
Veteran wide receiver Steve Smith is showing no signs of slowing down as he continues his march toward possibly becoming the first Panther in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Smith's latest 100-yard receiving game Sunday against Atlanta was the 43rd of his career, putting him in the top 10 in NFL history.
He currently ranks 26th all-time in yards receiving and 32nd in receptions...
The Carolina Panthers have ruled running back Jonathan
Stewart out for today’s contest against the San Diego Chargers, while wide
receiver Brandon LaFell and linebacker James Anderson are questionable to play.
Stewart has been sidelined since sustaining an ankle injury during
a Nov. 26 contest against the Philadelphia Eagles. The running back missed
practice all week and has...
SAN DIEGO -- Mike Tolbert came back to San Diego with his touchdown dance intact and "a whole bag of chips" on his shoulder, and helped assure that the Chargers will miss the playoffs for the third straight season.
Tolbert scored twice against his former team and DeAngelo Williams turned a tipped pass from Cam Newton into a 45-yard touchdown reception to lead the Carolina...
The Panthers' injury news was mixed Sunday, when they announced wideout Brandon LaFell is active for the game against Chargers and strongside linebacker James Anderson is inactive.
Assuming LaFell plays, the Panthers will be without four starters against San Diego Anderson, center Geoff Hangartner, defensive tackle Dwan Edwards and running back Jonathan Stewart.
After rushing in for a touchdown Carolina Panthers running back Mike Tolbert broke out in dance.
I am not sure what to call this but it gives Clay Matthews a run for his money.
The Carolina Panthers will play against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Scheduled for a 4:05 pm EST kickoff this game will air on FOX from Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
Both teams could look quite different next season. Reports suggest that Chargers coach Norv Turner is set to be fired along with general manager AJ Smith. The Panthers have already made a move to replace their...
Carolina Panthers (4-9) at San Diego Chargers (5-8)
I picked the Chargers to win at home against the Ravens and Bengals respectively in week 12 and 13 because, among other reasons, they always start playing really well at this point in the season, even when their season has been lost. Well, they couldn’t quite close the deal in either of those games, though they made it close and...
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Suffice it to say that Norv Turner didn't receive a game ball after this stinker.
On a fittingly glum, misty afternoon, the San Diego Chargers' slim playoff hopes were extinguished by Mike Tolbert, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.
Although realistically eliminated weeks ago, the punchless Bolts finally got the mathematical heave-ho in a 31-7 pratfall...