Sports Director at WSOC joins the show to talk resetting expectations for the 2020 Carolina Panthers season, who they think the Hornets should draft (yeah, it’s a Hornets Corner) and what to do with both CMC and Teddy Bridgewater when they’re ready to return to the field.
Using lessons learned from past Panthers, sixth-year linebacker Shaq Thompson launched into “warranted” locker room tirade.
This week, Sheena and Vashti discuss the Tampa Bay beat down and how the Panthers can bounce back against the Lions.
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Good play design meets the perfect situation as Joe Brady dials up a DJ Moore touchdown against the Tampa Bay Bucs
To silence question of whether he’s “the guy”, Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater needs to grasp a moment and make it his own.
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In the latest episode of Quick Blitz, Sheena and Vashti discuss Brady’s (possible) redemption, the Panthers’ growth since their Week Two loss and Carolina’s late game woes.
Beat writer for the Charlotte Observer Jonathan Alexander, who hopes you’re doing well, joins the crew to talk about whether or not the Panthers got a moral victory in Kansas City, being cagy about injuries and whether shutting down Donte Jackson for a few weeks would have any impact and binging shows.
Birds on the Menu
The Panthers win back to back games by knocking off the Arizona Cardinals! And Mike Davis shows off his skills again to fill the shoes of CMC. (“Can he switch to #48?” asks longtime fans). This podcast also features the return of the the player of the game awards and Towel of Shame! Join us for all this, the week 5 match-ups, and more!
A critical look at the Panthers right tackle and whether or not he’s worth the huge contract he’s about to get next offseason.
Curtis Samuel has been electric when he gets the ball in his hands – with a nice pickup on the ground this Sunday, he’ll set a franchise record for yardage.
After second half catastrophes in 2018 & 2019, Panthers have sense of where they stand and how they can improve in 2020
In episode 14, Sheena and Vashti grade the Panthers at the midseason mark and discuss their upcoming matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Mid-Season Check In Time: Who’s impressed the most? Is Brian Burns the best player on the team? Who needs to show more in the next eight weeks? How have the coaches performed in their first NFL season? Does Colin know the name of more than one musical?
Player Profiles, Features & Interviews
Panthers running back’s angry style is getting results, just in time for a Bears team that cut him last November. #MikeDavisRevengeGame?
How Iowa State’s “Air Raid Killer” defense can help – and is already helping – the Panthers stop high-octane offenses.
With spirited effort even in a disappointing loss, Panthers’ Week 1 performance a sign the message is getting through.
News & Notes
After only eight QB pressures through two weeks, the Panthers got to Justin Herbert over 20 times on Sunday.
The Panthers played an “ugly game” yesterday – but in a year like this, they’ll need to learn from those ugly games to play in the better-looking ones later.
As Buccaneers QB keeps throwing Pick Sixes, Panthers may have a chance to end their own dry spell.
2020 Position Previews
With Eric Reid under contract, is this the year that the Panthers retain Tre Boston and don’t have an obvious hole at safety to begin the offseason?
Will Brian Burns and Christian Miller be the starters on the outside come August or will the Panthers bring back at least one familiar veteran on the outside?
Will it be another year of McCaffrey and some other guys or will Bonnafon and others get a chance to actually carry the ball in 2020?
It’s a combination of Christian McCaffrey, Joe Brady and Teddy Bridgewater – how the Panthers have been struggling in the red zone through six weeks….and how they can fix it.
The Panthers have averaged over 4.5 yards per carry in their last two games – what’s changed? Joe Brady, Teddy Bridgewater and the offensive line have come together to fix the Panthers run game.
How the Panthers ended the half was the key to their victory in Atlanta – what can we learn from the two-minute offense?
Seventh-Grade English Teacher Hunter Bell was allowed to create a club for his students – and the choice for him was simple.
Some of our favorite pictures from a wild weekend in New Orleans as the Roaring Riot stays undefeated at tailgating!
Some of our favorite pictures from the Roaring Riot tailgate ahead of the Panthers Week 11 matchup with the Atlanta Falcons!
Practice & Game Recaps
The Panthers are blown out by Indianapolis, McCaffrey continues to set records and the Panthers lose their seventh straight while the Panthers season inches towards the finish line.
The Seahawks used three Kyle Allen interceptions to beat the Panthers 30-24 and send Carolina to their sixth consecutive loss.
New coach, same result as the Panthers are blown out in Atlanta by the Falcons to drop to 5-8 on the season.
What’s up with Marty Hurney’s replacement, is Curtis Samuel the best wide receiver at the team and who will be starting on the offensive line? That – and other Panthers questions – answered.
When the NFL season starts, who will be on the Panthers roster? One man’s way-too-early roster projection and depth chart as the offseason roster takes shape after the draft.
While the Panthers will bring in multiple UDFAs, these four players might have the best chance to make the roster in 2020 – and maybe make an impact for Carolina in the future.
Some of our favorite pictures from the final Roaring Riot Tailgate of the season!
Some of our favorite photos from the MLS coming to Charlotte, featuring the Mint City Collective!
Some of our favorite pictures from this week’s Roaring Riot tailgate, equipped by Academy Sports + Outdoors!