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  • What should Panthers do about Newton?

    More eye contact, rollouts Omar Kelly Sun Sentinel Cam Newton's having a sophomore slump, and most of his struggles have to do with an eye discipline problem. The Panthers starting quarterback not only eyeballs his targets inside the red zone, but he'...
  • Who is the better back: Ray Rice or Chris Johnson?

    Who is the better back: Ray Rice or Chris Johnson?
    Looking back at it three and a half years later, the 2008 NFL draft produced a strong crop of running backs. Darren McFadden, Matt Forte, Rashard Mendenhall and Jamaal Charles are all starters now. Jonathan Stewart, Tim Hightower, Felix Jones, Tashard...
  • Looking back at the 2008 Ravens draft class

    Looking back at the 2008 Ravens draft class
    The Ravens are the only team to have made the playoffs in each of the past four seasons. That’s a credit to G.M. Ozzie Newsome, who has given coach John Harbaugh enough talent to mold this team into a contender. As we close in on the 2012 NFL...
  • Fantasy Fodder: Don't overthink your playoff lineup

    Fantasy Fodder: Don't overthink your playoff lineup
    Assuming you are in a six- or eight-team league -- and not one of those screwy leagues that ends in Week 17 -- the fantasy football playoffs have arrived. If your team made the playoffs, give yourself a loud slap on the back. (If your team did not make...
  • Panthers hope bigger is better at wide receiver

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Carolina Panthers - INSIDE SLANT While a lot of noise was made in the offseason about the loss of mighty-mite receiver Steve Smith and surgery on quarterback Cam Newton's ankle, the Carolina Panthers could be...
  • NFL Analysis: Demise of RBs a myth - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange NFL Analysis: Demise of RBs a myth Don't be fooled by rumors that running backs are becoming extinct in pro football. Based on analysis from reporters on every team, The Sports Xchange will show...
  • Carolina Panthers - TeamReport

    NFL Team Report - Carolina Panthers - INSIDE SLANT Quarterback Cam Newton participated in 7-on-7 drills for the Carolina Panthers Thursday, his most action since undergoing ankle surgery in March. The team had held him out of most offseason practice...
  • Panthers in no hurry as Newton recovers

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Carolina Panthers - INSIDE SLANT Quarterback Cam Newton's timetable is still right on track. After undergoing ankle surgery in March, the Carolina Panthers quarterback was expected to return in full health for...
  • Enemy film breakdown: The Panthers' "read option" rushing attack

     
    Earlier this week, the Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane noted a fascinating statistic about the Eagles' rush defense: However, despite the above fact, during the Eagles' 6 game losing streak, they have not been good against the run. Here is what......
  • Former Nitany Lions gather support for lawsuit

     
    More than 325 former Penn State football players have joined in support of a recent lawsuit filed against the NCAA. The Paterno family, members of Penn State's board of trustees and faculty and former players and coaches filed their suit......
  • Newton runs for score, throws for another in win over Saints

    Newton runs for score, throws for another in win over Saints
    For Saints fans, it is time to sound the alarm. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton rushed for a touchdown and tossed another as the Panthers claimed a 35-27 win over the Saints Sunday in Charlotte. The Saints allowed Newton an average of 18 yards per pass,...
  • Bears make it a runaway

    Bears make it a runaway
    Tim Spencer turned to walk into the Bears locker room and held up two fingers. Surely, the running backs coach was referencing the career-high 205-yard rushing game Matt Forte had just completed, emphatic proof that, yes, this offense can move the ball...