Time To Put a CAP in The Panthers

Time To Put a CAP in The Panthers

Carolina Panthers football has always been about two things:  Running the ball and about a ferocious defense.  If the Panthers are to make a deep run in the playoffs this year, they have to have both of these going for them.  The defense is playing well and its success depends on overall health and specifically on Luke Kuechley’s return.  So this article is going to take a look at the run game.

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Mel Mayock's Keys to the Panthers Vikings Game

Mel Mayock's Keys to the Panthers Vikings Game

This game will not be a cakewalk and very well could be a preview to the NFC Championship game.  The Vikings get after you on defense and have the league’s leading wide receiver.  The Panthers have to

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Why Cameron Artis-Payne Could See Snaps Against Texans in Home Opener

Why Cameron Artis-Payne Could See Snaps Against Texans in Home Opener

After a great showing through out the preseason from Cameron Artis-Payne, many people predicted him to get his share of snaps in the week one opener against Jacksonville. Well, that didn't happen. In fact, he got nothing at all. He could possibly see some  snaps against the Texans this week depending on how the run game and Cam's backfield protects him.

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Why Panthers backfield could hold toughest decisions on 53 man roster

Why Panthers backfield could hold toughest decisions on 53 man roster

Depth was one of the questions surrounding the Panthers backfield after releasing franchise leading rusher DeAngelo Williams this offseason. With training camp and two pre-season contests in the books, the position is quickly looking to be one of the tougher cuts to make in getting to the final 53-man roster.

With Jonathan Stewart getting limited reps in the first two exhibition games, the backups have seen their fair share of reps. Three of these five other backs are rookies, two of which went undrafted (Brandon Wegher and Lee Ward).

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The Panther's Future at Halfback

The Panther's Future at Halfback

Ever since Jonathan Stewart entered the NFL in 2008 and partnered up with franchise great DeAngelo Williams, the Panther’s backfield has been primarily a two back system. The tandem went on to reach heights never before seen among NFL record books in 2009, and officially earned the “Double Trouble” title. The pair’s great play led to lucrative contracts, part of which has cash strapped the salary cap to this very date. This past offseason saw the departure of DeAngelo Williams, and the bell cow label put on Stewart. We also welcomed a new bruiser in the form of Auburn star, Cameron Artis-Payne. It would seem the Panther’s finally have a new group of backs, a group that should provide stability and familiarity for years to come. Or maybe not.   

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Panthers Look Set to Improve in All Three Phases for 2015

Panthers Look Set to Improve in All Three Phases for 2015

Despite all the draftniks saying that the Carolina Panthers had a questionable draft, pointing to our first-round selection in Shaq Thompson. Some question if the Panthers are getting what they think they are in Devin Funchess. Still others question taking two linebackers in a 4-3 defense when we have Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis, the best duo at those positions in the NFL.

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Why Cameron Artis-Payne Could End Up the Most Valuable 2015 Draft Pick

Why Cameron Artis-Payne Could End Up the Most Valuable 2015 Draft Pick

With the 2015 NFL Draft now closed for another year, most of us now are left debating on a player or players that Dave Gettleman and the Carolina Panthers decided to select and give our 2 cent's worth on if it was the right move or the wrong one at the time. I want to focus a little on our last draft selection this year, and why this new Panther might end up being the biggest contributor for us from the draft class of 2015.

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Carolina Panthers Day-Three Draft Recap

Carolina Panthers Day-Three Draft Recap

NFL team drafts always seem to produce surprises, questions, and inevitable comparisons. While some of those questions will be addressed in the future, here's the trio of incoming rookies for the Carolina Panthers in the final day of the NFL Draft:

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