Walker Mehl of ESPN730 The Game joins the show to talk Dr. Bakaba, Don Shula, Shaq Thompson injury, CMC’s return and eating 48 ounces of steak as they breakdown the Panthers Week 4 loss to the Cowboys.
With Nikki out sick, Colin & Josh are joined by Observer Beat Writer Jonathan Alexander to give their thoughts on the CJ Henderson trade to the Panthers, what it means for both Donte Jackson and Tommy Tremble, how the CMC injury affects expectations for the Panthers 2021 – and if it means he’s injury prone – and whether or not they think they could best Phil Snow in a feat of strength.
Al Wallace joins the show to talk the perfect football food, why Joe Brady has done just what he needs to do to make Sam Darnold a success, what Phil Snow, Brian Burns and the rest of the Panthers did to Jameis, the Jets and the rest of the league and – of course – why the defense has been so electric these past two weeks.
Panthers Stat Guy & King of the Noti Gang Will Bryan joins the show to talk the Panthers Week 1 win over the Jets, if the Panthers defense is legit and why the Panthers absolutely had to beat the team from New York. They’ll also talk about Week 1 overreactions, what the plan is at nickel without Myles Hartsfield, discuss the kicker saga and break down why they’ve all kind of enjoyed the Jameis Experience over the past couple of seasons.
After a long spring and summer of paternity leave and important birthdays, the One Day Contract crew is back and joined by co-host of the Mac Attack T-Bone to talk why looking at the fan is so mesmerizing, whether Steve Smith is a first ballot Hall of Famer, if Taylor Moton should move to the left side, which Panther deserves an extension TODAY and so much more — the Samily is back.
The Panthers trade down a million times while the rest of the world returns to normalcy and the #OneDayContract crew brings in The Riot Repot Managing Editor and draft guru Vincent Richardson to discuss how they feel about using the eighth pick on Jaycee Horn, how the new regime of the Panthers’ process gives them hope for the future and what exactly it means to get ‘good value’ in the NFL Draft.