Conor Orr of Sports Illustrated & the MMQB joins to explain what happened in his September Panthers’ Super Bowl predictions. The boys receive the breaking news while on the air of Thomas Davis’ run in Carolina coming to an end and discuss that, plus more of the many decisions looming this off-season for the Panthers.
The 6-2 Panthers have somehow actually fallen to 6-9 in real life and Denn, Chris and Bobby are back this week to talk about the last remaining game in New Orleans which looks to at least be an interesting one roster wise. They also touch on the Quarterback depth chart in Charlotte, 2019 roster possibilities, one of the biggest issues with the Panthers defense that could have turned this record around and Bobby explains why if he were in Eric Reid’s shoes, the Panthers would be his top spot.
Tripp Morgan (@PanthersSource) fills in on short notice this week to talk about the heart breaker vs the Saints that will just about cap off the Panthers 2018 season. Cam Newton is officially shut down for the Atlanta game, does Ron Rivera get another year in Carolina, CMC gets a Pro Bowl snub and how could Sunday’s roster effect your fantasy championship? All that plus Zack (@RoaringRiotZ) writes an incredibly heart felt letter to Cam Newton from the Panthers fan base and superstitions are real dude.
It feels like this episode has been done about five times now, but back this week talking about more missed opportunities, Cam’s shoulder issues, coaching questions and defensive breakdowns. The guys talk Panthers practice facility rumors, which veterans should return next season, Bobby starts the long and short term QB discussions and they also add some items to the Panthers holiday wish list.
Denn and Bobby take YOUR comments and questions as they breakdown what happened in the Panthers fifth-straight loss. Who deserves to get fired?
Nick Wilson from 102.5 FM / 610 AM WFNZ, The Fan (@NickWilsonWFNZ) joins Denn and Co. this week to talk about how the Panthers can ensure they keep their season going with a road win in Cleveland. They touch upon the issues the Browns can bring the Panthers on both sides of the ball, the effects of a mid-season coaching change, life after Ron Rivera and why the Panthers need to find a way to actually have a good first quarter on the road. Add that into some recent Cam issues, Ian Thomas hopes and Week 14 games to keep an eye on this weekend and we’re off to Cleveland to save this season.