Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey had 14 receptions for 102 yards against Atlanta without a drop. His first season as the Panthers’ clearly defined No. 1 back is off to a successful start, with Cincinnati looming Sunday.
The Carolina Panthers’ comeback attempt fell short Sunday, as Atlanta edged the Panthers, 31-24. Carolina quarterback Cam Newton threw for 335 yards and three touchdowns in the loss, which dropped the Panthers to 1-1.
While much of the Carolinas was coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, the Carolina Panthers were playing the Atlanta Falcons on the road. The Panthers lost, dropping their all-time record in Atlanta to 6-18.
The Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons face off in a Week 2 matchup that will be as much about who’s injured as who’s healthy. Atlanta lost its season opener to Philadelphia, while Carolina won at home against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Carolina Panthers lost their first-ever NFL game at Atlanta and have never really quite recovered, losing 17 of 23 previous road meetings with the Falcons. Sunday’s game looms as far bigger test for Panthers than the Dallas Cowboys were.
The Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys meet Sunday in one of Carolina’s most highly-anticipated season openers ever. The two teams have also played two strangely similar playoff games in Charlotte before.
Taylor Moton, the Panthers’ second-year offensive tackle out of Western Michigan, will make his first NFL start Sunday in Carolina’s season opener vs. the Dallas Cowboys. If he plays well, you will never notice him.
Was Rae Carruth there when his pregnant girlfriend was murdered? Weeks before he is to be released from prison, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver has offered new details about the night Cherica Adams was shot in Charlotte.
The Carolina Panthers’ 4:25 p.m. game against Dallas Sunday is the most anticipated home opener in more than a dozen years. That means those who already have tickets have a decision to make — should they take the money and run?
From the shoe-selling suspensions to Larry Fedora’s outburst to the lingering specter of last year’s injury-plagued 3-9 season, this fall wasn’t supposed to be a statement about the state of the program. Now, it unavoidably is.
It’s still a little odd to think about Duke football facing a closing window for success because of the potential players who could leave early for the NFL, but it’s a good position for the Blue Devils to find themselves in.
After career-low numbers in an injury-plagued 2017, Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen returns at full strength this season. A solid training camp for Olsen has him feeling good about the Panthers’ chances.