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Try to imagine what talking to Pats coach Bill Belichick would be like immediately after a controversial Monday Night Football loss. In fact, imagine a room full of people talking to him, for six and a half minutes. This video is at least 20 times more awkward than whatever you imagined.
We’re underway for an NFL Sunday, and Carolina is beating the Giants 7-0. Let’s all do the Mike Torbert Dance.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — but highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: our Matt Rudnitsky explains why the Carolina Panthers are screwed, just as they were yesterday.
Charlotte, N.C., where the Carolina Panthers play, is quite close to South Carolina. But that still means it’s actually in North Carolina, making the error you see here a bit…obvious.
Cam Newton is the best. Cam Newton is the worst. Cam Newton was the best, now he’s the worst. Wait, what? Wading through the garbage, after the jump.
The Carolina Panthers defeated the Oakland Raiders 17-6 yesterday, but Cam Newton and his 18-29 for 170 yards 2 TDs (1 rush) and 1 INT were decidedly mediocre. Still his team won, in a season in which his team hasn’t won all that much, so there was some good to come by. But Cam Newton, known child, couldn’t quite control himself amidst all that winning.
Philip Rivers has the cutest little hand. Sometimes, he uses that little hand to throw a football. Other times, he uses that little hand to give the football to another player. This afternoon, he used his little hand to fumble the ball like a little baby.
Just one day removed from linebacker Jovan Belcher’s murder-suicide that claimed the lives of himself and girlfriend Kasandra Perkins, the Kansas City Chiefs managed to pull out a 27-21 home victory over the Carolina Panthers, pulling them to 2-10. For the Chiefs, the win is more of a moral victory than anything else. But exactly what kind of moral victory is it?