Al Wallace and Kevin Donnalley are back to discuss what they did and didn’t like up front in the Panthers 23-13 Preseason win in Chicago, why the barstool technique doesn’t work if the guys up front don’t have the right bodies, how impressed they were with the confidence and instincts of Brian Burns, and how much they can tell from a vanilla scheme in the first preseason game against backups.

Then, they’ll flip over to the offensive line and talk about whether or not Dennis Daley and Greg Little look like they’re ready for the NFL – they won’t forget about the skill positions, Al reveals that he might be a #Bonnafan and Kevin Donnalley takes you inside the Panthers halftime locker room and reveals the message that Norv Turner instilled in his position players – and why it worked.

Plus, Terry Godwin’s gut, 6-5, 276 pound Al Wallace’s kick returning skills, and why you should never try to advance a fumble if you’re an offensive lineman.

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Josh Klein is Managing Editor of The Riot Report. His favorite Panther of all time is Chad Cota and he once AIM chatted with Kevin Greene. Follow Josh on Twitter @joshkleinrules.
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