Rarely does a 6-10 season inspire confidence among a franchise, but that’s exactly what happened to the Carolina Panthers.
As Rivera’s Panthers prepare to take on the Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday, the head coach knows just how good the 2012 Bears can be.
The Carolina Panthers have fired general manager Marty Hurney following the team’s 1-5 start this season.
If you’ve ever seen the hit 90s football film Little Giants, then you know all about the Annexation of Puerto Rico.
Here’s my take on how Week 4 will shake out.
Week 3 features a few interesting games, and here’s how I think it will all play out.
There are some intriguing games on the slate and here’s how I think it will all play out.
Football fans, rejoice, the NFL is back! Week 1 features a few intriguing divisional matchups, as well as a heavyweight bout between two elite NFC teams. Here’s my take on how all of this weekend’s action will shake out.
There are several teams this season that have a legitimate chance to overcome poor finishes in recent seasons and become legitimate NFL surprises.
The Jeff Otah era is over in Carolina.
Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 15 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut game of the week, and my “juggernot lame of the weak”.
Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 14 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut game of the week, and my “juggernot lame of the weak.”
Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 11 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut games of the week, and my “juggernot lames of the weak.”
Christian Ponder took only two starts to get his first career win, outdueling the more-heralded Cam Newton in the process.
This is my favorite week in the NFL season, as it’s the only time I can assure you the Bears won’t lose. Even though the Bears are on a bye, there are thirteen games to be played.
While most of our focus is on the Bears and Vikings “3rd Place in the NFC North” bowl on Sunday night, there will be twelve other games played this weekend.
When one of the most respected coaches in NFL history releases a 27-year-old, two-time Pro Bowler that he used a first-round draft pick on in 2007, there must be something the rest of the league isn’t seeing.
Bears cornerback Charles “Peanut” Tillman has been fined $7,500 for grabbing the face mask of a Carolina Panthers receiver in the game last week, according to a published report.
According to a report from the Chicago Tribune, Bears safety Brandon Meriweather was fined $20,000 by the league for a helmet-to-helmet hit on the Panther’s Steve Smith in Sunday’s win.
During the Bears’ 34-29 victory on Sunday, the offense wasted two timeouts on one drive in the second half — former quarterback Jim Miller breaks it down.