• Previewing Sunday’s Raiders vs. Panthers game

    Summary of 18 articles · Updated Dec 24, 2012
    It has to matter for the Panthers. Thoughts on the Carolina Panthers 17-6 victory against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium: It’s the third straight win for the Panthers and puts them at 6-9. With the Raiders? starting quarterback on his way to the hospital, Dennis Allen needed his defense to take over because the offense was struggling with a backup quarterback. Newton accounted for the only two touchdowns, but he showed his frustrations with the hits he absorbed by jawing at and bumping referee Jerome Boger after safety Mike Mitchell took him down hard on an incomplete pass in the fourth quarter.
    • Grading the Raiders off Panthers game

      Beat writer Jerry McDonald graded the Raiders off their 17-6 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Here are McDonald’s grades and comments: Pass offense Downfield passing was non-existent as Matt Leinart needed 16 completions (in 32 attempts) to gain 115 yards
    • Panthers Win Third Straight; Top Raiders 17-6

      By Michael Brennan It wasn’t beautiful, but the Carolina Panthers (6-9) have won their third straight game. In a game that featured malicious hits and 16 total penalties, the Panthers mustered a 17-6 victory over the Palmer-less Oakland Raiders (4-11).
    • Raiders notes vs. Panthers

      On Carolina’s first touchdown, a 23-yard pass from Cam Newton to Steve Smith, left tackle Byron Bell appeared to be holding Raiders defensive end Lamarr Houston. No flag was thrown. Much later, when Darren McFadden ran into the end zone from 3 yards out
    • Carolina Panthers prove games still matter to them

      The Panthers have played with a sense of purpose and a minimum of mistakes. The result is four wins in five games and a feel-good vibe that had been buried…Click to Continue »
    • Defense became Oakland Raiders’ only hope vs. Carolina Panthers

      Oakland defensive end Tommy Kelly heard his coach repeat multiple times in the second half that the defense needs to score.Click to Continue »
    • Raiders' woes continue against Panthers

      Raiders' woes continue against Panthers Charlotte, N.C. -- Three Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks took the field Sunday at Bank of America Stadium, which nobody who watched the Panthers' ugly 17-6 win over the Raiders could have guessed. Matt Leinart…
      Source: sfgate.com
    • Wrap-up: Panthers 17, Raiders 6

      A look another lackluster Oakland showing: What it means: It’s another loss in a lost season. The Raiders, who ended a six-game losing streak last week with a 15-0 shutout win over the Chiefs, are now 4-11. They are on pace for the No. 3 pick in the dra
    • Carolina Panthers grind out 17-6 win over Oakland Raiders

      After three years, the Panthers have won three in a row again. Continuing their late-season success, the Panthers ground out a 17-6 victory over Oakland Sunday in Bank of America…Click to Continue »
    • End 3rd qtr: Panthers 14, Raiders 3

      The Raiders got an interception at the Carolina 18-yard line on a deflected Cam Newton pass by Miles Burris on the last play of the third quarter in an attempt to get back into the game.
    • End 1st qtr: Panthers 7, Raiders 0

      Cam Newton’s 23-yard touchdown pass to Steve Smith has the Panthers up at the end of the quarter. The Raiders lost Carson Palmer to a rib injury on a hit by Greg Hardy that drew a roughing the passer call for leading with the helmet to the back. Tyvon B
    • Raiders have already used three QBs, Panthers lead

      The Raiders tried a little trickery and three quarterbacks, but the Panthers have an early lead. Despite a 22-yard trick-play reception by Terrelle Pryor, the Panthers look like the sharper offensive team in Charlotte. Cam Newton hit Steve Smith with a …
    • Newton and Panthers Look to Keep Up Hot Streak Today vs Oakland

      By Michael Brennan The Panthers will have the opportunity, come Sunday, to match their win total from last season. While fans and players are both discouraged with the season that was thought to hold bigger things for Carolina, there is still some optim…
  • Panthers up at halftime in chippy game

    The Panthers are up 14-3 at halftime on the Raiders, in a game that’s only getting uglier. Cam Newton’s thrown for a touchdown and run for one, and the Raiders can’t get anything going with Matt Leinart at quarterback. Carson Palmer was knocked out

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