It was a tough loss for Carolina that not only threatens their ability to secure a Wild Card spot in the playoffs, but it also threatens the security of a lot of players and coaches moving forward--and Ron Rivera is certainly one of them. There’s trouble in Carolina and frustration is mounting, leaving fans hoping that the team can stick together to find some late-season momentum but also realistically expecting distinct moves by this coaching staff to save face inRead More
Starbucks’ coffee sucks. It does, and I’m not talking about the fru-fru iced, flavored, yuppie stuff. I’m talking about the regular brew. In perfect hipster fashion, Starbucks tried really hard to differentiate itself from others by over-roasting their coffee beans, which creates a burnt and bitter tasting cup of joe. Yea it’s unique, but it’s also literally bad coffee.Read More
A missed chip-shot field goal by one of the league's best kickers, Minnesota's Blair Walsh, fatefully initiated one of the newer NFL rivalries. Sunday, Seattle will visit #1 seed Carolina in the divisional playoff round, making the sixth meeting in four years between the two teams.Read More
The Carolina Panthers are going to come out of this monumental brawl Sunday as a winner. No doubt in my mind. First off let me say that I am a fan just as any die hard out there and my opinions are just what everyone is thinking, or so I hope.Read More
It was Carolina last season who went on the road to play one of the league’s best teams, the 12-4 Seattle Seahawks, after making it through the Wild Card weekend. This year, it’s Seattle who will be heading out to play the league’s best Carolina Panthers in their house.
A Sunday without Panthers football is just the worst kind of Sunday, but this Sunday at least we can take solace in that the only reason we aren't playing is because we were so good we earned the bye. Even though the lights will be turned off at the Bank of America stadium this weekend, we, the fans will be tuned in to the NFC games especially with rapt attention. The outcome of the two games this Sunday, of course, defines who visits Charlotte next week for the divisional round showdown.Read More
C3 On the Line series bets the Carolina Panthers line and discusses the stakes of the game in the context of the Panthers season. CarolinaCatChronicles.com On the Line is not betting advice, but a means for football discussion.Read More
It's no secret that the Seahawks have been Carolina's Achilles heel over the last few seasons. They just seem to be the one team we can't get over the hump with. The Panthers have led at the start of the fourth quarter in the last three out of four games, but one key mistake or turnover in the final minutes that has cost Carolina the game in all four.Read More
Ah 4-0 to start the season, feels great doesn’t it? Oh…that’s right. While the Panthers are 4-0, and for their fans it does feel great, top of the world great, there is even SOME of the talk of Panthers the national media. Although most of the talk is about Carolina’s soft schedule and on that of beating bad opponents, there’s still noise.Read More
If you are a Panthers fan, you should watch this game. You might still be mad that the Seahawks beat the Panthers in the playoffs, and I don't blame you for that. But the Panthers still had a great season, and possibly lost to this years Super Bowl champion.
Why should Carolina Panthers fans watch this years Super Bowl?Read More
Saturday, the Carolina Panthers face the Seattle Seahawks for the fourth time in three years. Each meeting was in Charlotte, NC, and each game was a low-scoring defensive battle decided by five or less points. Seattle edged out late game victories in all three, after tired Carolina defenses could no longer bear the entire burden.Read More
The Carolina Panthers aren't getting any respect from around the league, and are 10 point underdogs in their matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. The analysts, the media, and other NFL fans don't believe that the Panthers have a chance at beating the Seahawks. I think that the Carolina Panthers need Aretha Franklin to get on ESPN, and start singing “Respect.” She is booked this week so I will sing a verse for you, “All the Panthers are asking for is a little respect when they go to Seattle. (just a little bit)” That is one way to let people know that the Panthers deserve to be in the playoffs. The other way is to show it on the field, during their matchup against the Seahawks.Read More