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T.J. Yates will look to lead the Houston Texans to their seventh win in a row when they welcome Cam Newton’s Carolina Panthers to Reliant Stadium this Sunday. Join NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan and Jason Horowitz for a preview of this matchup.
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Over the weekend, the Houston Texans claimed their first playoff berth in franchise history as they pulled out a late win against the Bengals.
One Texans fan was filmed as he watched the final minutes of the game and his excitement is on another level:
The Panthers know if they want to get back on the winning track Sunday against the Houston Texans they'll need to do something nobody has managed to accomplish - beat T.J. Yates.
Yates has rewritten the history books this month, becoming the first former North Carolina Tar Heel to start a game at quarterback in the NFL and the first rookie in 43 years to lead his team to come...
The absurdly premature playoff picture presents one man's projection for the NFL playoffs, at each given week in the season -- even if that week is unreasonably early.
• In the AFC, the only change is that the Houston Texans move into the two-seed ahead of the Baltimore Ravens. That's right. I believe in T.J. Yates that much. You might even say that I have a Yates infection...
Cam Newton’s emergence as the Carolina Panthers franchise quarterback and possible savior has been one of the most captivating storylines of the 2011 NFL season. The electrifying Auburn product has managed to become a sensation and one of the most marketable players in the league. Although Von Miller’s once-in-a-generation talent at linebacker trumps Newton’s overall...
22-year old rookie QB Cam Newton is still playing at a very high level for the Panthers. He has played in 13 games for the Panthers so far this year and he has completed 270 of 452 passes (59.7%) for 3,573 yards with 15 TD passes and 16 INTs (81.1 QB Rating). Newton also has carried the ball 107 times for 554 yards (5.2 ypc) with an already NFL record 13 TD runs for a QB. It’s...
Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing goes 1 on 1 on NFL Network’s Fran Charles and talks about T.J. Yates, the loss of defensive coordinator Wade Phillips and much more. Click Here to see the interview
This week we’re heading over to the Carolinas to focus on another bright spot from the Panthers. Nope, we’re not talking about Cam Newton and the future of this franchise. We’re talking about one of the TopCats Cheerleaders. And her name is Courtney.
Courtney’s an Ole Miss alum doing what she loves. She’s a Mississippi native and loves her family, friends,...
Veteran Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith showed some love to his rookie quarterback Cam Newton, whose stellar first season has been largely overshadowed by the unexpected emergence of Tim Tebow.
While giving credit to the Broncos quarterback for the last-minute heroics that have sparked Tebow-mania, Smith said he would take Newton any day over Denver's new deity.
Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith says when it comes to comparing Cam Newton to Tim Tebow there is no comparison.
Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith said when it comes to comparing Cam Newton to Tim Tebow there is no comparison.
With the hay in the barn the AFC South Champion, Houston Texans, still have work to do in the last three games of the season. With the Carolina Panthers coming to town the Texans are facing one of the more potent offenses in the NFL with rookie of the year candidate Cam Newton.
The Texans now must concentrate on getting a first round bye and securing home field advantage....
Count Panthers receiver Steve Smith among those who aren't fawning over Denver quarterback Tim Tebow.
While acknowledging Tebow's run of fourth-quarter comebacks, Smith said he'd still take Panthers rookie Cam Newton over Tebow any day.
“You can't compare Cam to Tebow. I think Cam's a more complete player,” Smith said. “Tebow has the wins. But everybody...