1. For The Carolina Panthers, The Ghost Of Arizona Lingers

    The Panthers should consider themselves lucky. If Panthers fans were half as passionate as the twenty thousand Bills fans who filled Bank of American stadium on Sunday, John Fox would ...

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  2. Welcome, Matt: John Fox and Carolina Should Embrace Overlooked QB Moore

    The Carolina Panthers' quarterback situation was accurately described by general manager Marty Hurney as "the worst-case scenario...

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  3. Since Hindsight's 20/20, When Would You Have Sent Jake Delhomme, Err, Home?

    Following quarterback Jake Delhomme's meltdown Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, he reached David Carr levels of unpopularity in Panther nation. Fans and pundits alike are screaming for Delhomme's head...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about almost 5 years ago 467 reads 7 comments

  4. Thoughts on Panthers' Defense

    The Carolina Panthers will kick off their regular season Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles with a defense that has been kicked around all preseason. The Panthers' defensive woes have been well-documented...

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  5. Carolina Panthers: What We Know Two Games From The Regular Season

    After two preseason games against 2008 division champs Miami and New York, we're beginning to get a better idea of what the 2009 season will bring for the Carolina Panthers...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about 5 years ago 445 reads 1 comments

  6. Carolina Panthers: Attention All Rats, the Boat Isn't Sinking

    The plague of Achilles tendon injuries that has been sweeping through the NFL like a Spartan army during the Peloponnesian War finally found its way to Spartanburg, South Carolina. Defensive tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu went down during his warm up jog...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about 5 years ago 431 reads 11 comments

  7. Carolina Panthers Versus the South Part Two: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    The Panthers split their season series with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008. They followed an embarrassing performance at Raymond James Stadium with a thrilling Monday Night Football ...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about 5 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  8. Carolina Panthers Versus The South Part One: The New Orleans Saints

    The Panthers swept the Saints in 2008, dominating their intradivisional foe for seven of eight quarters. A fourth quarter defensive meltdown in week 17 nearly cost the Panthers the game and ...

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  9. Vick Will Not Be a Panther

    The NFL is buzzing with news of Mike Vick's reinstatement. Once arguably the most hyped quarterback of all time, the disgraced former Falcon is free to sign with any team that will have him...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about 5 years ago 677 reads 6 comments

  10. Julius Peppers: How Not to Hold Out for a New Contract

    The smoke has cleared on the Julius Peppers saga. What started as an impassioned plea for a new team, contract, and position has ended with the disgruntled defensive end folding like a lawn chair and signing his franchise tender...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about 5 years ago 461 reads 5 comments

  11. Julius Peppers, Carolina Panthers Agree on Franchise Tender

    According to the Charlotte Observer, Carolina Panthers franchise player Julius Peppers has signed his tender. He will earn $16.683 million in 2009, and will be eligible for free agency at the end of the season...

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  12. The Five Most Likely Landing Places for Michael Vick

    With Vick's official release and impending reinstatement, it's time to think about where the fallen star might finally land...

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  13. The Five Most Disappointing Moments in Carolina Panthers' History

    Sometimes I miss the dark ages between 1997 and 2001. When you have no reason to expect success, there's no reason to get disappointed...

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  14. Four Young Panthers to Watch in 2009

    The Panthers have been very successful drafting and developing their own players on both sides of the ball during GM Marty Hurney's tenure behind the helm...

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  15. A Preview of the 2009 Atlanta Falcons

    The city of Atlanta is filled with a buzz not felt since the days of Jeff George. Optimism rings in the air after the most succesful sports year in recent Georgia history...

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  16. We Should All be Cheering for Vick

    As a Carolina Panther fan living in Atlanta, I think I'm entitled more than most to despise this guy. I was at the Falcons game in 2003 when he came off the injured list to beat the eventual NFC Champion Panthers...

    Brad Mills Written by Brad Mills about over 5 years ago 153 reads 17 comments

  17. Best Panther Season? No Question

    To say the 2003 Panthers' season came as a surprise is a bit of an understatement. The team was two years removed from a 1-15 debacle...

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  18. Memo to the Panthers: Just Let Julius Peppers Go

    Julius Peppers has held the Panthers hostage this offseason. Once the face of the franchise, the disgruntled North Carolina product has decided he's tired of the team and his position...

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  19. Carolina Panthers Pals: The Coach and His Four Friends

    The Carolina Panthers enter the 2009 season with one very notable difference on the sidelines. Mike Trgovac has been replaced by Ron Meeks, who will look to improve a defense which fell flat on its face in the end of 2008...

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  20. The NFC South: A Riddle, Wrapped In a Mystery, Inside an Enigma

    Since its inception, the NFC South has traditionally been the most difficult division to predict. Until the Panthers held off the Falcons last season, the division winner had finished in last place the year prior...

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  21. Meeks In, Old Defense Out?

    The departure of Mike Trgovac and the arrival of Ron Meeks raises some interesting questions about the style of the 2009 Carolina Panthers defensive unit. Trgovac ran Fox's defense since taking over for Jack Del Rio in 2003...

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  22. Carolina Panthers 2009 Positional Battles

    The Panthers return 21 of 22 starters from their 2008 campaign. However, as the last month of the season showed, that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement...

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  23. From the Beginning: Following the Birth of a Team

    Most fans are born into the team they cheer for. Their family cheers for them, or they grow up in a town with an established fan base, and they simply adopt them...

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  24. A Few Good Questions With DeAngelo Williams

    Who would win a fight between a horse sized duck and a 100 duck sized horses? Who has a better stiff arm; you or your team mate Jonathan Stewart? How long do you run until you ...

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