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Tonight we welcome Angelica and Derrick to talk New England Patriots loss to the Denver Broncos and back up quarterback Brock Osweiler. We'll discuss the surprising lone undefeated team in the Carolina Panthers and whether we think they can run the table, and the log jam of teams with .500 records. This and more so join us!
Today's show we're previewing the Carolina Panthers with Derek Tang from the AOSN.com - he's been a fan of the Panthers since they began and he is pumped for Super Bowl 50. We also talk about his beloved Duke Blue Devils and why less than a year after their championship run are they having so many problems.
Zack Greinke and the Arizona Diamondbacks shocked the world by agreeing to a 6 years, 200+ million deal. The Core Show panelists will analyze if this move was the right move for Greinke and the Diamondbacks or not. We will also analyze where the jilted Los Angeles Dodgers go from here as well as other Hot Stove League happenings.
In the aftermath of college football championship weekend, we will analyze the college football playoff matchups with Michigan State against Alabama and Oklahoma against Clemson as well as pick the winners of each as well as the ultimate winner of the 2nd annual championship game. We will also react to the hiring of Clay Helton at USC and why it feels like the right hire despite losing to Stanford in the Pac-12 Championship game.
In the NFL, there is no shortage of topics to talk about. We'll discuss the New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and his questionable drop kick call against the Philadelphia Eagles as well as why they are vulnerable. We'll discuss the resurgence of the Seattle Seahawks in which we'll reveal the primary reason for being above .500 for the first time all season since this streak began. We'll also discuss the surprising play of San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Blaine Gabbert, the fatal flaw in the arsenal of the undefeated Carolina Panthers and much, much more.
The holiday season rings with plenty of hard-hitting sports talk for all the diehards out there. Happy holidays.
Congrats to the Carolina Panthers on their way to the 2016 Super Bowl!!!
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In continuing to rock the NFL "SuperFan" series 2015-style, I will preview the Carolina Panthers' upcoming season with Panthers' fan/UNC delusionist Kevin Weeden.
Topics to be covered include:
What went wrong with the 2014 Panthers?
Thoughts on the Panthers' draft?
How much does the Kelvin Benjamin injury hurt?
Does Cam Newton have anyone to get the ball to?
How will the Panthers fare in 2015?
On the Forum For the Fans - the stakeholders discuss Superbowl 50 matchup between the Carolina Panthers vs Denver Broncos. The Bleed Blue Show will break down the matchups on the field, the pros & cons for each team while predicting a winner. As the conclusion of the NFL season winds down to the Superbowl, hear from true and real fans of the sport discuss the games' preview on the Forum For the Fans. So who do you have in the biggest game of the season?
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With all the scrutiny placed on Peyton Manning this year, he could have the last laugh. Battling through injuries and inconsistent play, Manning will become the oldest quarterback to start a Super Bowl. He breaks the record that was set by his boss, John Elway, who was 38 years old when he started. Cam Newton's spectacular season will end in San Francisco. Newton has rallied the Carolina Panthers to represent the NFC, in Super Bowl 50.
The New England Patriots were playing in their fifth straight AFC Championship game. With a win, they would have been able to defend their Super Bowl title. Stephen Gostkowski is one of the most reliable kickers, but missed an extra point that forced the Patriots to go for two points. Tom Brady has his passed batted and intercepted in the end zone, ending their quest for Super Bowl 50. The Broncos pressured Brady all day, and made the pocket uncomfortable.
Cam Newton silenced anyone who didn't think he should be the MVP. He contributed two touchdown passes and rushed for two more. The Panthers had given up big leads in prior games, but not on Sunday. After a 17-0 first quarter lead, they continued to dominate the Arizona Cardinals. The Panthers intercepted Carson Palmer four times and returned one for a touchdown.
The Titans put togeher an impressive performance to win a shootout against the Saints in Mike Mularkey's first game as the new head coach, but getting his second win could be much tougher against the undefeated Carolina Panthers this Sunday. Hosts August West and Dan Ariks will be discussing this match-up and more with guest Greg Arias tonight at 7:00 Central!
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Bleed Blue Show - NY Giants Round Table Post Game reaction. Call 929-477-4171 after Week 15 between the New York Giants vs Carolina Panthers. We will be discussing the win or loss of Week 15 of the NFL season. With Week 15 out of the books, is there any joy to be had from Big Blue Nation. Any concerns the fans should have? What did you like from the game? What did you dislike from the game? Where does the team go from here? The good..... the bad.... the ugly? All your opinions and thoughts are welcomed to the Giants Round Table
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Tonight we will talk about the Carolina Panthers as they prepare for Super Bowl 50 against the Denver Broncos. Joining me tonight will be Brian Beversluis of Cat Scratch Reader on SBNation to talk about Carolina's incredible 15-1 season. We will recap the season, talk about the Panthers playoff run, the swagger of Cam Netwon, and much more. Join us live at 5:30 p.m. ET.
You know what it is, Superbowl 50!
Cam Newton and his Carolina Panthers take on the legendary Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos.
This is first of 2 shows in which we deal with and discuss the NFL's premier spectable, the Superbowl!
We will also look at head coaching changes and make some long overdue comments, you don't want to miss this one!
The Carolina Panthers are one of four undefeated teams entering week nine in the NFL season. The Green Bay Packers were dominated on national television by the Denver Broncos, last Sunday. The loss was the first for the Packers as they travel to Carolina. They only passed for 77 yards and rushed for 90; however 31 of those yards came from the legs of Aaron Rodgers. The Bronco offense carved up the Packers defense for 500 yards.
After being punched in the face, the Packers face a tough test in Carolina. The Panthers rank ninth in yards allowed (342.6) and seventh in points allowed (19.4). Evan will tell you that the sack statistic is over-rated, and that could be the case for the Panthers. Although tied for eigth, in the league with 20 sacks it seems like there is always a Panther pressuring a quarterback. Rodgers was harrassed from the start, in Denver, and the offensive line needs to play better. Mike McCarthy and Tom Clements will have to find a game plan that will get the receivers into space.
The Packers defense looked confused at times and need to concentrate on some fundamental defense. They have struggled against the zone read, and Cam Newton is a mamouth of man when he runs. In one week, the defense will need to figure out how to play discipline defense and realize their gap responsibility. The Packers defense is aggressive and have allowed other teams to look good when they miss tackles. The Panthers lost Kelvin Benjamin in the preseason and their leading receiver is tight end Greg Olsen (33 receptions, 518 yards, 4 touchdowns). Ted Ginn, Jr. is the Panthers leading receiver with 20 receptions. In comparision, the Packers have three receivers with more receptions. The Panthers will try to establish the running game with James Stewart, who has rushed for 505 yards and three touchdowns.
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