When will Cam Newton return? When he’s ready.
Efe Obada gets his largest workload of the season and Brian Burns has his fewest – plus you can learn some British slang in this week’s Clap Trouts!
Some of our favorite pictures from this once-in-a-lifetime experience across the pond for the Roaring Riot and the rest of Panthers fans!
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How the Panthers set the defensive tempo early with a defensive wrinkle to confuse Jameis Winston and secure their first of SEVEN turnovers.
“I almost thought we were the London Panthers for a second [with] the way they were giving us a home-field advantage.”
October 7, 2019
Sour Patch Kids
October 9, 2019
Colin, Josh and Nikki are LIVE in London (they’re not) to talk which Panthers players – and coaches? – might be up for some awards later in the season and if CMC is a real MVP candidate or if we’re just blowing smoke and building the narrative after Week 5. Plus, there’s DROTYs DPOYs and CPOTYs to hand out, best podcaster awards and much more!
October 6, 2019
Denn and Chris are live in London (!!!) this week for some post game thoughts on the Panthers big divisional win across the pond. They talk the highs and lows, the QB situation, a big day in the turnover category and what has really contributed to four straight wins. Also, Pro Tip: Don’t press up on the bottom of your beer in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
A dominant defensive performance produces gaudy stats and a win in London – mostly thanks to a relentless pass rush.
The Panthers haven’t been able to piece together long drives thus far in 2019 – in London, they pieced together the longest drive possible and it helped define their day on offense.
The Panthers use a ferocious pass rush to win their fourth game in a row as they beat the Bucs 37-26 to move to 4-2 on the season.
Was Cort Smith just a week early on the Curtis Samuel breakout game?
The Panthers are already without Greg Little and Trai Turner, and both Dennis Daley and Tyler Larsen have cropped up on the injury report late in the week.
Player Profiles, Features & Interviews
Ron Rivera is set to become Panthers’ winningest coach ever – but without someone who makes the moment right.
The Panthers may need to turn to sixth-round rookie Dennis Daley on Sunday – but where would he slot in on the offensive line with two starters injured?
Kyle Allen knows he must hang onto the ball to be successful – but in his first home start, can he continue the Panthers hot streak?
News & Notes
It’s not surprising, but Newton will not be with the team when they travel across the pond as he continues to rehab the Lisfranc injury.
Efe Obada is acknowledging how amazing his story is, but he wants the storybook to end the right way as the Panthers head to London.
With five players ruled out before the game started, who got the playing time this week in the Panthers 34-27 win over the Jags?
There were 10 players not practicing on Wednesday as the Panthers attempt to get ready to face off with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
The Panthers may be without their speedy cornerback on Sunday as they travel to Houston – plus, a shift on the offensive line that’s made a lot easier with the depth up front.
While Bruce Irvin returns, the Panthers will likely be without Kawann Short and perhaps others on Sunday in Houston.
Six of Jarius Wright’s ten receptions in 2019 have gone for first downs – how Wright is making sure he’s always open. And sometimes making catches even when he isn’t.
Johnny Kinsley looks at the All-22 to discuss all six sacks the Panthers defense had against the Texans last Sunday and how exactly they came about.
Vernon Butler is going to be counted on now that Kawann Short is out for the rest of the season – how was he able to make one of the biggest defensive plays of the game on Sunday in Houston?
Some of our favorite pictures from a great weekend in Arizona culminating in a Panthers’ road win!
Some of our favorite pictures from this week’s mixer for Roaring Riot members attending The London Calling to pick up their official, exclusive swag.
This year’s Tailgate With A Purpose events, which raise money for the Roaring Riot Foundation, will have even more great activities for Roaring Riot members to enjoy.
Practice & Game Recaps
Ron Rivera details how much Cam Newton will play, who will play behind him, which battles he’s watching and more.
The Panthers may have been in the bubble, but it was practice as usual – the Brian Burns and Curtis Samuel show.
The Panthers returned to Charlotte to begin prep for New England as training camp rolls on, just back at home – in the shadow of the bubble.
The competition for the final running back spot is closer than you think – but it might not be who you think it is.
With more teams turning to joint practices and holding out their most important players, is a change in the works for the way teams get ready for the regular season?
Which Panthers player have the most to prove? The least? How about the best newcomer or the new breakout star? Johnny Kinsley has that and much more in his 2019 Carolina Panthers’ Preseason Awards Predictions.
Some of our favorite pictures from the Roaring Riot’s Cruisin’ With Cam event with Cam Newton!
Some of our favorite pictures from Thursday’s practice session as the Panthers prepare for their Week 5 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Panthers put up their dukes as they head to practice Wednesday to prepare for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium.