Almost 10 months ago, Frank Reich was introduced as Head Coach of the Carolina Panthers. Fast-forward to late November and Frank Reich is fired after a 1-10 start in Carolina. To break down the firing of Frank Reich and what happens next with Kyle Bailey is Joe Person of The Athletic. When it comes to […]

After the Panthers 17-10 loss to the Titans in Nashville, David Tepper decided to fire HC Frank Reich 11 games into his first season. Steve Smith joined Kyle Bailey to give his thoughts on the firing, and where we go next. Steve started by saying that no matter what Frank Reich is still a good […]

Almost two hours after Frank Reich got fired, the Wes & Walker Show went on the air on WFNZ earlier today, but their question was the same as many that are either involved with the team or are fans of the team. What's next? This was supposed to be the first sense of direction for the Panthers under David Tepper, after hiring the highly thought of Reich, supplemented by the best, all-name staff maybe in the history of the NFL, combined with the decision to trade up and draft Bryce Young. It appears as if every decision has backfired on Tepper, who fired Reich, after a 1-10 start, making Frank, the first head coach in NFL history to be fired in back-to-back seasons. Not only has Reich been fired, but so have Josh McCown, and Duce Staley, two guys apart of that all-star coaching staff that was supposed to help turn Carolina back into a winning franchise. And then there is Bryce Young, who is going to endure a play-caller change for the third time in a month, who has lost every bit of confidence that helped lead him to be the #1 pick in the draft last spring, all while CJ Stroud is setting records virtually every week for the Texans. 

Just eleven games into his tenure as the Carolina Panthers head coach, Frank Reich has been shown the door. As first reported by NFL insider for the NFL Network Tom Pelissero, Reich has been relieved of his duties as of this morning and special teams coordinator Chris Tabor will take over as the team’s head […]

The Carolina Panthers have fired Frank Reich from the Head Coach position, the organization announced Monday morning.

The Panthers struggles continued on Sunday as they fell to the Cowboys 33-10 and now are 1-9 with Thanksgiving around the corner. Steve Smith Sr. joined Kyle Bailey as he weighed in on the Panthers struggles lingering, and what is behind them. Steve started the conversation by noting how he and Fox Color Analyst and […]

The Carolina Panthers resurrected a charitable event not seen since before the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday night in southwest Charlotte.

Believe it or not, the final week of the 2023 regular season is here in college football, and we're getting closer to finding out which teams will compete in the College Football Playoff. The final week is always headlined by the renewal of the great rivalries, that are the lifeline of the support, and this year, those games have national ramifications. Ohio State and Michigan renew "The Game", with the winner clinching a spot in the Big 10 title game, and a step closer to a berth in the Playoff. Auburn and Alabama will renew the Iron Bowl, as the Crimson Tide have rounded into form in the season's last month. Bo Nix and the Oregon Ducks will travel to Corvallis to take on Oregon Ducks, as Bo Nix continues his push to win the Heisman Trophy. Locally, the ACC title game is set between the Florida State Seminoles, and the Louisville Cardinals, in what will likely be a top-10 matchup, with the Noles looking to lock up a Playoff spot. Over the weekend, Florida State lost their starting QB Jordan Travis, after he suffered a season-ending leg injury. 

The Panthers lost their sixth straight game on Sunday at the hand of the Dallas Cowboys. Quarterback Bryce Young had another rough performance, throwing for the fewest amount of yards (123) that he has so far this season. A big part of that was the pressure that he was under the entire day. The Cowboys […]

After an 1-8 start to the season, the Panthers are in unfamiliar territory, as they haven't been this non-competitive since 2010, when they went 2-14, on their way to earning the #1 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, where they would eventually draft Cam Newton. With 8 games left in the 2023-24 season, Carolina won't be favored in any of their remaining games, meaning, in theory, 1-16 is on the table.