The Panthers Hall of Honor WR turned NFL Network analyst joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he recapped a historical weekend of the NFL Playoffs, and what he makes of the Panthers hiring Ben McAdoo as Offensive Coordinator. The conversation first looked at the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs as […]
It's no secret that the Panthers have two major question marks personnel-wise moving forward that the team still has to address, the left tackle and the quarterback positions. Left tackle is a spot where Panther fans have grown frustrated by the fact that the team hasn't taken many risks and has tried to solve the position with band-aid instead of a long-term fix. The quarterback position is an area where the team has been more aggressive, but simply has swung and missed on the three quarterbacks that they have acquired since Matt Rhule's arrival two years ago.
Yesterday’s loss by Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will be one that Rodgers wants back for a long time. Rodgers had had an MVP season, along with his first ever home NFC Championship Game.
Yesterday, the Green Bay Packers lost 31-26 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship game. With a little over 2 minutes remaining in the game and the Packers down 31-23, Matt LaFleur decided to kick a Field Goal to make the game 31-26 instead of trying to go for a touchdown when the Packers were inside the 10 yard line.
Out of the 4 QB’s remaining in the NFL Playoffs, Mac and T-Bone discuss which QB’s legacy could benefit the most from a Super Bowl win. The 4 QB’s remaining are Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Tom Brady, and Aaron Rodgers.