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Carolina upended Oakland on Sunday, 17-6, in what turned out to be a hard-fought contest. The Raiders offense sputtered because starting quarterback Carson Palmer was knocked out of the game in the first quarter following a crushing hit from behind by Panthers linebacker Greg Hardy. Hardy was flagged for leading with his helmet.During a post-game interview, Raiders defensive lineman Tommy Kelly admitted that his team was trying to knock Carolina quarterback Cam Newton out of the game because of the incident in revenge."You take our guy out, we're going to go and try to take your guy out," Kelly said. "We're not out to hurt someone, but when that happens ..."Coach Dennis Allen said Palmer was taken to the hospital after the game, but X-rays on his ribs were negative.Earlier in the game, Newton appeared to kick Kelly as he got up from being sacked. Kelly was penalized for unnecessary roughness when he pushed back after the play."He kicked me," Kelly said. "I guess he thought I was trying to do something to his leg, but I don't play like that. How are you going to react if someone kicks you? Are you just going to take it?"Palmer's replacement, backup Matt Leinart, mustered only 115 passing yards. The feisty affair featured six unnecessary roughness penalties and plenty of trash talking.Via USA Today.
BEST OF MAXIM
The latter half of the season has been good to the Carolina Panthers.
After a disastrous start, they have gone on a 4-2 run that has included a decisive win over the Atlanta Falcons.
With good fortune comes smiles from Hollywood Cam Newton.
Two incidents marred Newton’s day on Sunday.
Oakland’s Tommy Kelly admitted that he and the Raiders were targeting Newton after Raiders’...
Oakland Raiders veteran QB Carson Palmer has been ruled out for the team’s season finale against the San Diego Chargers. Palmer suffered broken ribs and a bruised lung on Sunday in the Raiders loss to the Carolina Panthers. Given a disappointing season and an impending $13 million dollar salary in 2013, you have to wonder if Carson Palmer has played his last game of his career...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, despite a disappointing season, Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis doesn’t plan on replacing head coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie. But he might make some other front office changes.
After much deliberation, Raiders owner Mark Davis does not intend to part with first-year head coach Dennis Allen and first-year...
Terrelle Pryor or Matt Leinart is expected to start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders at the San Diego Chargers in the team’s season finale on Sunday now that Carson Palmer is hurt.
Palmer got hurt during the team’s Week 16 loss to the Carolina Panthers and is out with cracked ribs and a bruised lung. Raiders head coach Dennis Allen says Palmer was in the hospital for observation...
The Raiders were held without a touchdown for the second straight week but unlike last week’s victory against the Chiefs, field goals were not enough against the Panthers who put the Raiders away, 17-6.
The Panthers’ team was not significantly better but, despite being called for 10 penalties for 97 yards they were able to capitalize on their red zone trips and their two...
Cam Newton apologized Sunday for bumping official Jerome Boger during the Carolina Panthers’ 17-6 win over the Oakland Raiders, though he was less apologetic for kicking Tommy Kelly in the game.
Newton was steamed after what he likely felt was a late hit from Raiders safety Mike Mitchell in the fourth quarter. Newton got up immediately after being driven into the turf and aggressively...
The Oakland Raiders have announced that quarterback Carson
Palmer suffered cracked ribs and a bruised lung during Sunday’s loss to the Carolina
Panthers and the 33-year-old will not play in the team’s regular season finale,
reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen announced that his
quarterback suffered cracked ribs and a bruised lung during Sunday’s...
Cam Newton is looking ahead.
Forget that this is another lost season. The dynamic quarterback believes the Panthers can build on the success of having won four of their last five games.
''It's just something for the team's psyche,'' Newton said after a 17-6 win over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. ''People ask, what are we playing for this year? It...
The Carolina Panthers were not hospitable in defeating the Oakland Raiders 17-6 at home in Charlotte Sunday afternoon. This was a physical game from beginning to end. The Panthers extended their winning streak to 3 games and showed some growth after a slow start this season. This recent streak by the Panthers may have taken Head Coach Ron Rivera off the hot seat. Meanwhile, the...
By Nick Parker
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Three years. Thats how long its been since the Carolina Panthers won three games in a row, which they accomplished Sunday with a 17-6 win over the Oakland Raiders.
But after the game, the bulk of the chatter wasnt focused on the Panthers newfound winning vibes or stingy defense.
It was focused on a bump and a kick.
Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor laid out 49ers tight end Vernon Davis last night. That's a penalty now. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton? Kick Oakland’s Tommy Kelly and pushed refs to...
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In a game riddled with confrontations, shoving matches and six unnecessary roughness penalties, the Carolina Panthers came out on top, beating the Raiders at home 17-6.
Cam Newton finished the day going 18/29, 170 YDS, 1 TD and 1 interception, and also accounted of the Carolina penalties by bumped an official after complaining of several late hits. He was lucky to not get ejected...