Posts Tagged ‘Carolina Panthers’

Derrick Brown stepping into gap for Panthers

Sunday, June 28th, 2020

During the NFL Draft in April, the Carolina Panthers used all seven of their picks on defensive players. Carolina also signed five defensive players in free agency. Why so much emphasis on one side of the line?

Panthers’ Matt Rhule: Teddy Bridgewater ‘Certainly’ Has Arm to Throw Deep

Saturday, June 27th, 2020

Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule isn't concerned about Teddy Bridgewater's ability to push the ball down the field if he has to. Speaking to reporters Thursday, Rhule addressed his quarterback's arm strength and deep-passing capabilities. "He certainly has the arm strength to do it," the Panthers coach said.

Matt Ryan says he’s the best quarterback in the NFC South

Friday, June 26th, 2020

The NFC South has plenty of great quarterbacks, including a pair of future first-ballot Hall of Famers who will have a combined age if 84 when then meet in Week One. But another quarterback in the division recently proclaimed that he's the best. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, appearing on Pardon My Take with PFT Commenter [more]

Carolina Panthers Would You Rather: Front seven edition

Friday, June 26th, 2020

The Carolina Panthers rode their 2003 defense to a Super Bowl appearance. The defense was led by arguably the best defensive line in team history, which had the four horseman Julius Peppers, Kris Jenkins, Brentson Buckner, and Mike Rucker. Jenkins and Rucker were both named to the Pro Bowl in 2003.

2020 NFL Preview: Panthers pay big for Matt Rhule, Teddy Bridgewater to lead post-Cam Newton era

Friday, June 26th, 2020

The Panthers will look a lot different in 2020.

Rivalry Week: Who are the Bucs’ biggest rivals?

Friday, June 26th, 2020

So, as we reach the end of NFL Rivalry Week at SB Nation, it’s time to let you decide the Buccaneers’ biggest rivals. We’ve gone through the candidates all week, leading up to a final vote here at the end of this very article. But before we get there, let’s recap a week that’s been full of hating on other teams around the NFL.

Panthers Tracks: What might Christian McCaffrey’s follow-up to his 2019 season look like?

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

Craig’s touches decreased slightly from 306 to 285, but he finished the year with just 830 rushing yards and 624 receiving yards with his average yards per touch reduced from 6.8 to 5.1. While he may not have reached the mark again, Craig did rush for 1,502 yards in 1988 and was named First Team All-Pro and Offensive Player of the Year that season.

Panthers Tracks: What might Christian McCaffrey’s follow-up to his 2019 season look like?

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

Craig’s touches decreased slightly from 306 to 285, but he finished the year with just 830 rushing yards and 624 receiving yards with his average yards per touch reduced from 6.8 to 5.1. While he may not have reached the mark again, Craig did rush for 1,502 yards in 1988 and was named First Team All-Pro and Offensive Player of the Year that season.

Matt Rhule: Teddy Bridgewater’s got a “great arm”

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

Matt Rhule was asked Thursday about the "narrative" that Teddy Bridgewater lacks the arm strength to be a downfield passer. While the Panthers believe Bridgewater has deep-ball accuracy, Rhule also indicated Joe Brady's offense won't ask Bridgewater to do that often. “Teddy, for us, is exactly what we want," Rhule said, via Joe Person of [more]

Panthers coach Rhule would consider kneeling during anthem

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

First-year NFL head coach Matt Rhule discussed the possibility of kneeling during the national anthem this season.