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Panthers’ Luke Kuechly starts in middle, looks right at homeUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share Tweet
There were moments Sunday afternoon in the Panthers’ discouraging 16-12 loss to Seattle at Bank of America Stadium when rookie linebacker Luke Kuechly seemed capable of doing whatever the Carolina…Click to Continue »
Share TweetSecond-year quarterback admits he ?didn?t play good football?Click to Continue »
Sorensen: Steve Smith considers post-Panthers lifeUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetBut the Panthers? oldest player ? who signed a 3-year contract extension in April ? is still unsure of when he?ll retire.Click to Continue »
Panther report card: F QUARTERBACK: Cam Newton had a chance to win the…Updated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetF QUARTERBACK: Cam Newton had a chance to win the game and send the Panthers into the bye week on a high note. Instead, he reverted to his form through…Click to Continue »
Hartsock never expected to be that wide openUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetTight end Ben Hartsock didn't expect to find himself so wide open in the Seattle end zone early Sunday evening with a chance to catch what could have been…Click to Continue »
Sunday's NFL Capsules 10.07.12Updated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetAndrew Luck capped a second-half comeback by throwing a 4-yard touchdown pass to Reggie Wayne with 35 seconds to go that gave Indianapolis a stunning 30-27 victory over Green Bay…Click to Continue »Share TweetSeattle?s rookie quarterback helps team beat Panthers 16-12…Click to Continue »Share TweetRussell Wilson threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate with 35 seconds left in the third quarter to help the Seattle Seahawks beat the Carolina Panthers 16-12 on Sunday.
Mike Smith understands Falcons won’t get respect until they win in “second season”Updated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetThe Falcons have rocketed to 5-0, and only a home game with the Raiders next Sunday stands in their way of entering the bye week at 6-0. Coupled with the struggles of teams like the Panthers, Buccaneers, and Saints, it’s a matter of when Atlanta clincSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe Carolina Panthers will be without starting middle linebacker Jon Beason and cornerback Chris Gamble when they host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Beason (knee) and Gamble (shoulder) had been listed as "doubtful" on the Panthers' final inj…Source: yahoo.com
Sunday Blitz: Seahawks-Panthers RecapOct 7Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Seahawks' 16-12 win over the Panthers.
Seahawks vs. Panthers highlightsOct 7Cam Newton could not get anything going against a stout Seahawks defense in a 16-12 Seahawks win over the Panthers.
Panthers postgame press conferenceOct 7Panthers react following game with Seahawks
Seahawks Send Panthers To 3rd Straight LossOct 7The Seahawks snapped a three-game road losing streak after defeating the Panthers 16-12.
Don Banks: Broncos were prepared mentally, but not physically, for Patriot…Oct 7FOXBORO, Mass. -- After another loss to New England was in the books -- their third in the span of 10 games, including last season's playoffs -- Champ Bailey and the rest of his Broncos teammates found the repetition of it all a little wearing.
Don Banks: No shortage of heroes in Colts' inspiring tribute win; more Sna…Oct 7FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we take stock of an offensively sloppy but memorable Week 5 in the NFL....