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Larry Brown Sports:
Sorry, Carolina fans. Playing football just isn’t what it used to be for Jeremy Shockey. We’re not quite ready to say that he isn’t trying to win games on Sundays or anything like that, but Shockey recently made it clear what his two favorite things in life are. The image you see below appeared on [...]
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It is week eight and the Panthers are just a three days away from trying to get its first winning streak of the season going. Sitting at 2-5 on the season the Panthers are looking to build on the momentum they built after beating the Washington Redskins last Sunday, heading into this weeks game against the Minnesota Vikings.Luckily, it looks like the Panthers will be close to full...
This is going to be an exciting game between two impressive rookie QBs in Cam Newton of the Panthers and Christian Ponder of the Vikings. The Panthers are 2-2 at home and they gave the Packers and Saints good fights in the losses. The Vikings are 0-3 on the road where they have been outscored 85-44, but the Vikings had Donovan McNabb under center for those game. Here is a look...
Minnesota took advantage of Cam Newton's second fumble of the first half to tie the score at 14 at halftime Sunday at Bank of America Stadium.
The Panthers had the ball near midfield and were driving when NFL sack leader Jared Allen hit Newton from the blind side and forced the fumble. Chad Greenway recovered at the Panthers' 39-yard line with 1:03 left.
The Vikings needed...
(By Scott Fowler, email@example.com) Going to extremes as Carolina drops another heartbreaker, 24-21, at home to Minnesota Sunday. The Panthers dropped to 2-6 entering their bye week:Worst yank: Olindo Mare missed a 31-yard field goal that would have tied the game and sent it into overtime with 29 seconds to go.
(By Scott Fowler, firstname.lastname@example.org) As Olindo Mare's 31-yard, game-tying field goal attempt went sailing wide left on a sunny Sunday afternoon that suddenly turned dark, the Carolina Panthers were left to think about a half-season that has also sailed just off the mark.Carolina's last-second, 24-21 home loss to Minnesota on Sunday sent both the Panther players...
(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) B QUARTERBACK: Cam Newton became the fourth rookie QB since 1960 to throw for 250 yards or more in five games. Newton had 290 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. But he fumbled twice, dropping the Panthers to 0-6 when he has a turnover.C- RUNNING BACKS: Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams still seem like complementary pieces...
(By Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) 13:26 left in the first quarterOn Panthers' first offensive snap, E.J. Henderson sacks Cam Newton, who loses the ball. Vikings DE Jared Allen recovers and returns it 5 yards to the Panthers' 16. Vikings score a touchdown two plays later.
Ryan Longwell kicked a 31-yard field goal with 2:43 left in the game to lift the Minnesota Vikings to a 24-21 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Cam Newton put the Panthers (2-6) -in position to tie the game in the final two minutes. He completed a 44-yard pass to Brandon LaFell on fourth-and-15, but Olindo Mare was wide left with a 31-yard field goal attempt with 26 seconds left.