Found September 29, 2012 on Juan Elway:

I’m ready for a little Jazzercise Juan…

The Panthers offense needs to get back on track in a hurry.  The only game they have looked remotely in sync was against the lowly Saint D in Carolina.  Not impressed.  With Jonathan Stewart back this week Tolbert will lose the limited touches he was getting anyway.  Love this look for Fat Tolbert though.

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Panthers pass rush anemic in 2012 again

The Carolina Panthers pass rush is anemic in 2012 and there is not much the Panthers can do about it. The Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott was brought into Carolina as a Jim Johnson disciple to bring pass rush schemes that could bolster the defense of the Panthers. However 2011 came and the Panthers finished 25th in total sacks with only 31 and it is understandable...

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Cam Newton Bounces Back vs. Falcons

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Jonathan Stewart Fully Practices Friday

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Cam Newton reportedly held up the Panthers’ team bus

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The Carolina Panthers head into Atlanta to take on a new-look Falcons' team that is playing like a true Super Bowl contender. On the flip side, the Panthers are a long ways away from living up to their self-made preseason hype of making it to the big dance.Heading into Week 4, the Falcons are one of three teams that remain undefeated, with the others being the Texans and the...

Falcons' Week 4 Preview

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Falcons pounce with FG after Panthers punt backfires

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Week 4 NFL Preview: Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons

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