When it comes to betting on the NFL, like with pretty much any other sport, the first and most important tip is to do homework into the teams. If you live in America you will benefit from regular coverage of the league, on television and in the newspapers, but those based outside the States will not be so fortunate. Therefore finding out about what moves the likely teams are making to increase their chances ahead of the new season – as well as any off-field problems or injuries they have. Continue reading
After proceeding slowly to help Carolina acquire its seventh position and final triumph of this season on this Sunday, Cam Newton visited the locker room and delivered a postgame speech in front of the teammates. In the locker room and in front of both offensive and defensive players, Cam expressed his pride for the team and also for his teammates and coaches for trying till the end and not ceasing when the team was just at 2-8. Continue reading
The Carolina Panthers will be without three starters on Sunday at San Diego. The number can increase – as reported by a reliable source. Continue reading
Brian Murphy, special team coordinator of team Carolina Panthers is fired on Monday. Coach Ron Rivera unveiled the news saying the panthers have fired Murphy just one day after the team surrendered 76 yard punt return for a touchdown to Trindon Holiday. Continue reading
Republicans and the government will soon join together to help fund development for reconstructing the Carolina Panthers stadium. This news is unveiled by one of the powerful and leading GOP politicians in the state; Thom Tillis. Continue reading
For all those young patients at Levine Children’s Hospital and rookies of Carolina Panthers, Tuesday was a special day. It was actually a heartwarming break day for them. Continue reading
Ron Rivera, coach of American football team Carolina Panthers said in an interview that 2nd year quarterback Cam Newton is pressing too hard for hitting as many downfield passes as possible when the other receivers are unbolt beneath it. Continue reading
This Sunday, three running backs of Carolina Panthers will not be playing against Tampa Bay. Jonathan Stewart, DeAngelo Williams and Tyrell Sutton are out due to injuries.
DeAngelo Williams will be missing his 3rd straight game as he has got foot injury. Jonathan Stewart is suffering a concussion in the game New Orleans held last Sunday. More to this, last week Tyrell Sutton had hurt his ankle.
Second-year pro from Texas A&M, Mike Goodson, is expected to start against the Bucs. Last week Goodson had 29 yards on 9 carries and caught 3 passes for eighteen yards.
Greg Hardy, the defensive end, will also be out because of a concussion, and linebacker Nic Harris may play after being limited in practice. He had knee injury.
Carolina Panthers gets ready for season’s second half and some decision have been made by Coach John Fox to go to the bullpen again. Starter Matt Moore is still taking time to become fit from his shoulder injury.
Fox has come up with second round draft pick Jimmy Clausen. He will leading the team into Tampa Bay against Bucs. This is the 4th start of Clausen this season against the most opportunistic defenses in NFL.
Clausen, product of Notre Dame, was ineffective in the 3 prior starts and also in couple of relief appearances. He has completed 48.6 percent of his pass attempts and has got only throwing for one touchdown. Against Tampa Bay his 4 picks are likely to rise which is tied for the lead in the league with 14 interceptions. He had also got slow start in college and had only won one of his first 6 collegiate starts.
People agree that Carolina Panthers do have good offensive with Steve Smith, David Gettis and DeAngelo Williams. Well, Clausen is surely be seeing pressure this Sunday from the Buccaneers. So, Carolina Panthers need to depend on defense as well as special teams unist.
However, Clausen seems determined of playing better to build up positive response. He had commented recently, “hopefully, the speed of the game will slow down for me. It did a little bit when I went in there last Sunday, and hopefully, it will keep slowing down for me each and every game.”
DeAngelo Williams, the running back of Carolina Panthers, sprained his foot in a winning match against San Francisco 49ers. The coach of Panthers John Fox said that he is being considered day to day.
DeAngelo Williams was injured on Sunday when the game was in the second half of the Carolina Panthers’ 23-20 win, which was the first of the season for the team. Williams finished the match with highs of the season in carries (19) and receptions (4).
He is having 361 rushing yards in 6 of this season’s games. Williams ran for 1,117 and 1,515 yards respectively in 2009 and 2008 seasons.