The Carolina Panthers have a first-round bye in the upcoming playoffs and they have an extra week to prepare for whatever team may end up facing them in Bank of America Stadium. Cam Newton recently said that they don’t care who their opponent is, but the key to winning is forgetting about egos and focusing on their opponent.
The Carolina Panthers had to win the last game of the season to get the NFC South title and a first-round bye so it’s not like it was a time they could rest their players. Steve Smith had to sit out with an injury, and there were not a lot of other options for Cam Newton to rely on, but there need to be.
The Carolina Panthers started off the season with a 1-3 start, and were tied with the Atlanta Falcons for second place. It wasn’t a second place that was even close to the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints, but the rest of the season proved to turn out completely different.
Having an elite signal-caller who can win you the game in crunch time is essential for any NFL franchise.
Carolina quarterback Cam Newton has the statistics of a superstar. Now he wants the wins to prove he belongs in the elite class of quarterbacks.
Panthers head coach Ron Rivera talks about the zone-read offense and how teams tried to adjust to Cam Newton in his second season. Could teams do the same thing to RG3 in year two?
Robert Griffin III proclaimed his arrival in the NFL by stomping all over the Redskins last three divisional opponents and now his cleats and jersey are heading to the Hall of Fame.
After 8 grueling weeks in the National Football League, all players have some sort of injury or ailment that will attempt to hamper their play. And this has traditionally been the time in the regular season where you can separate the pretender teams from the contending teams.
Two-time pro bowl cornerback and current NFL Network analyst, Eric Davis, joined Holden and Danny Wednesday to give his insight into the early successes of RGIII, what’s plaguing Cam Newton in Carolina and which deficiencies the Redskins can exploit in Pittsburgh Sunday.
Robert Griffin III is on pace for 160 rushing attempts this season. The first-year quarterback and head coach Mike Shanahan commented on the passer’s number of rushes on Wednesday.