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Falcons refuse to play along with goading Pantherprofootballtalk.com Dec 6, 2012Give the Falcons credit for perspective, and kindness. A day after Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy said his 3-9 team was better than the 11-1 Falcons, the Falcons reacted the way you’d pat a child on the top of the head when they say something cute. âShare Tweet
Nakamura on Falcons’ game-changer: ‘I didn’t make the play’charlotteobserver.com Dec 6, 2012Panthers free safety Haruki Nakamura waited 10 weeks before watching the video. When he did, he saw a 59-yard pass that changed the game and, arguably, the Panthers? season.Click to Continue »Share Tweetcharlotteobserver.com Dec 6, 2012Wednesday, Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy said his 3-9 team is better than the 11-1 Atlanta Falcons. Thursday, two Falcons veterans reacted with indifference.Click to Continue »Share Tweet
Carmelo Anthony (game-time decision, cut left middle finger) offers Pop zing to say he’ll be at Knicks/Heatyahoo.com Dec 6, 2012Carmelo Anthony's hand might not have been feeling 100 percent following his New York Knicks' too-close-for-comfort road win over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night. But he was still feeling up to making jokes, which is about all you can ask for, …Share Tweet
Falcons secondary battling injuries this weekprofootballtalk.com Dec 6, 2012Falcons safety William Moore was the NFC defensive player of the week for the job he did against the Saints in Week 13, but it doesn’t look like he’ll be at full speed if he’s on the field to attempt making it two straight against the Panthers thisShare TweetESPN.com Dec 6, 2012The Thursday injury reports are out and there are some significant developments from all around the division. Let’s take a look: The Carolina Panthers have the division’s most extensive injury list. Linebacker James Anderson (back), offensive linemanShare Tweet
Ian Thomsen: Appreciate Heat now, as upcoming tax threatens a potential dynastyCNNSI.com Dec 6, 2012Whether you love or hate the Miami Heat, you ought to appreciate their runs at the championship over the next two seasons. Because owner Micky Arison may not be able to afford his team by 2014-15.Share Tweetyahoo.com Dec 6, 2012Somewhat lost in the scintillating news that the New Orleans Hornets could change their nickname to the more Louisiana-appropriate "Pelicans" next season is the long-rumored possibility that the Charlotte Bobcats could re-take the "Hornet…Share Tweet
Around the NFC SouthESPN.com Dec 6, 2012Time for a run through the top headlines from around the division. ATLANTA FALCONS The Carolina Panthers sound like they’re more than a little angry about a comment they said Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan made after the teams played early in the season.Share Tweetdimemag.com Dec 6, 2012They said they were going to stop the game in New Orleans once Kobe Bryant hit 30,000 career points. He did that just before the end of the first half, going off the dribble and hitting a running floater over Robin Lopez. But the game never ceased, and …Share Tweet
Felton Sheds His Bandages and Helps Topple the Bobcatsnytimes.com Dec 6, 2012Raymond Felton, who sustained a bruised left thumb in a victory against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, decided not to skip Wednesday's game, playing with bandages taped on his hand for part of the game.Share Tweet
Preview: Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina PanthersDec 6NFL Films previews the Week 14 matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Panthers.
Countdown Daily Prediction: Falcons-PanthersDec 6The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Atlanta at Carolina
Anonymous Player Says Newton Acted Like A DivaDec 6Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless and Rob Parker react to an anonymous player who says Cam Newton acted like a diva at the Pro Bowl.
NBA -- What scouts are sayingDec 6Marc Stein checks in with advance scouts to get their takes on the most pressing NBA topics.
Biggest NFL games of Week 14 -- John Clayton's First & 10Dec 6No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.