Receivers Must Improve Before Season Opener
The Panthers defeated the Giants last Saturday and most of the team looked very solid in the victory. The defense was solid, the QBs did a great job, the TEs did their job well and the special teams went above and beyond what was expected of them. The team looked like one that could drastically improve upon their two-win 2010 campaign.
Except for the wide receiving corps.
Greg Olsen led receiving on Saturday, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, you would ideally like to see more than one catch from Armanti Edwards (not to mention less drops) and more than four yards from new Panther Legedu Naanee. Naanee figures to be a big part of this season for the Panthers, but he will need to start producing quickly, as will the rest of the WRs.
You can’t build a good team off of a passing game that requires heavily on TEs and running backs. Look for the Panthers to address this issue this Friday.
Cowboys' Preseason Finale To Answer Huge Questions
The Dallas Cowboys will use their preseason finale against the Houston Texans to answer some of the team's biggest question marks. Read More
Has Pryor Already Secured Roster Spot with Browns?
Once looking like an obvious victim of roster cuts, Terrelle Pryor may have already secured a roster spot with the Browns. Read More
Brady Wins Appeal; Time for DeflateGate to Go Away
Tom Brady's suspension was overturned by a federal judge on Thursday, and now Roger Goodell must make the right call to end the embarrassment of DeflateGate and move on to the new NFL season. Read More