Thursday, October 26, 2006

Madden: Carolina Panthers a work in progress

Read Scott Fowler's interview with John Madden and enjoyed Madden's comments on the Panthers and on their upcoming game with the Dallas Cowboys. Overall he seems to think our Panthers are "playing well inconsistently, if that makes sense." It does to me.

I think we've got a chance to be more consistent than the Cowboys next Sunday, when they'll be trying to adjust to Tony Romo as their QB in his first-ever NFL start.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

A Very Merry Christmas From The Panthers

For OVER 10 years now, the Panthers have assisted families through the Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services' Christmas Adopt A Family Program. Holiday meals/groceries, clothing for each family member and new toys are provided by the Panthers. All of this takes place at a neighborhood fire station.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Have the Carolina Panthers Got a Streak Going Yet?

I for one think we'll see a lot more than two wins in a row, now that the Carolina Panthers are on the prowl again. Maybe some of the preseason hype had our Cats distracted. Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints seemed to be playing over their heads, and actually came into today's game with a perfect three wins in a row.

This was the start of swinging the NFC South pendulum back to where it belongs. I hope you had tickets to be right there in Bank of America Stadium to see Steve Smith catching everything in sight and DeShaun Foster running 43 yards to try to put the game on ice after the two minute warning. Turns out that ice was a little slippery, and the Saints fought back with an 86-yard run and even a 2-point conversion. But we (well, Nick Goings) pounced on the onside kick and the end result was a victory for Carolina, 21-18. Roarrrr!