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Join us on ArdenSportsTalk, as we discuss the importance of the 2013 Season for Carolina's Cam Newton, why Andrew Luck will improve so much, what Von Miller's potential absence does to Denver and my NFC Playoff Standings. In the mist of all that, Inside Edge Sports' James Johnson will call in, to discuss the Jacksonville Jaguars and their expectations for the up coming season... TUNE IN!
A Packer four-game winning streat may hinge on one thing: Can the Packers defense stop Cam Newton and the read-option offense of the Carolina Panthers?
Will Tramon Williams be able to play? Can Davon House and Casey Hayward keep Cam Newton under wraps? Will Eddie Lacy have another 100 yard game?
D' Professor Speaks will bring you a recap of the New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers Regular Season game. The D' Professor will breakdown the Saints win against Cam Newton, Kelvin Benjamin and the Panthers.
Hosted by: D' Professor (Derek Stephens) with Tyrone, Derric and Kyle T.
Broadcast Time: 8:00 PM CST/ 9:00 PM EST.
Studio Call-In: (818) 739-8961
Streaming: www.saintsnews.net/radioshow/ and www.mixlr.com/saints-news
New Orleans Saints reports on Saints News Radio is not sponsored by the New Orleans Saints oganization. Saints News Radio is not affiliated with the New Orleans Saints and the National Football League.
Join the Saints News Radio Krewe on the SNR Podcast this Wednesday, October 29th at 8 PM CST as they discuss the New Orleans Saints and their chances of gaining the NFC South Lead and upcoming challenges in the team's 2014 NFL season. SNR Krewe will recap the Packers vs. Saints game. Also, they will breakdown the upcoming Saints vs. Panthers Thursday Night game.
Can Sean Payton be patient against the Panthers? Will Mark Ingram continue to destroy opposing defenses? Can Drew Brees control the turnovers? Will the Saints' Defense create more turnovers against Cam Newton and the Panthers? Who will have a better game, Brandin Cooks or Kelvin Benjamin? These and more important questions will be our focus on Saints News Radio this week.
WHEN: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
TIME: 8:00 PM CST/ 9:00 PM EST
STUDIO CALL-IN #: 818.739.8961
LISTEN: www.blogtalkradio.com/saintsnews or www.mixlr.com/saints-news
HOSTS: Kyle T Mosley., Derek "D' Professor" Stephens, Charita "Diva" Batiste and Remy "The Professional" Jones.
Jim Williams and Mike McShane are all in for this week’s “Inside the War Nest”, the program "CREATED by Philadelphia Eagles fans FOR Philadelphia Eagles fans!"
Week 9 left the Eagles hobbled & fans worried, losing QB Nick Foles and defensive captain DeMeco Ryans. Yet, the Birds came out of Week 10 with a dominant showing against the Carolina Panthers on Monday night, winning 45-21. Overall, the team performance was better than it had been in previous weeks, even in the redzone. Back-up QB Mark Sanchez silenced the doubters in his first start: 20 of 37 / 332 yards / 2 TD’s / 0 INT’s.
With all that air time, was it surprising to see the ground game so quiet? 37 total yards on the ground with LeSean McCoy only going only 19 yards in 12 carries.
On the defensive side of the ball they came out charged & ready for the Panthers. Defense and Special Teams combined for big touchdowns. Carolina QB Cam Newton had a rough night against the Eagles, spending much of the time on the ground while getting sacked 9 times.
What’s next for the high-flying Eagles? They travel to cold home of the Green Bay Packers in week 11 to meet the commanding Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers is the #1 ranked QB in the league with 25 TD’s – 3 INT’s / 120.1 QBR, leading an offense ranked 5th overall in scoring points. Can the Eagles top this offensive powerhouse? Can the defense break through the constantly-struggling line around Rodgers to knock him down a peg or two?
Join the Arm Chair General's of “Inside The War Nest”, Jim & Mike, as they debate and engage the hottest Eagles topics . . . AND, take your calls at 347 - 826 - 9964.
He is the quarterback for the Carolina Panthers of the NFL. He was drafted as the first overall pick by the Panthers in the 2011 NFL Draft, becoming the third player to win the Heisman Trophy, a national championship, and be the first overall pick in the NFL draft all in the same one-year span.
He played college football for the Auburn Tigers. He became just the third player in major college football history to both rush and pass for 20 or more touchdowns in a single season. His performance earned him the Heisman Trophy as the most outstanding college football player, and he led Auburn to their second national championship in school history. In his NFL debut, he became the first rookie quarterback in NFL history to throw for 400 yards in his NFL regular-season opener, breaking Peyton Manning's rookie record.
He stood tall on and off the field in victory, after overcoming hurdles during the regular season that included an NCAA investigation. After winning the national championship in college football, he was quick to offer praise to God. “It’s just a God thing,” he told a crush of reporters as he stood on the field. “I thank God every single day. I’m just His instrument and He’s using me on a consistent basis daily.”
In his remarks after the game, he continued to marvel at the ways God is using him. “He’s using me to extend his Word and I’m a prime example of how God could turn something that was bad into something that was very great.” "If God is with me who can be against me." His name is Cam Newton.
Kyle Charita and Kenny "Snatcha" Times preview the Cam Newton & Panthers vs. Drew Brees & Saints game matchup.
Friday, October 7th at 9:00 PM.
www.SaintsNews.net or www.SaintsNewsRadio.com.
The latest on the bears, is there any hope, changes?
Steelers crash and burn
Vick wins, should he have started all along
Cardinals and Eagles must ride with their backups, does it matter?
Much more, special segments on the special holiday, Veteran's Day!