With his undefeated Panthers coming off a 44-16 mauling of the Redskins, coach Ron Rivera was surprised to hear Monday that Carolina rolls into Dallas on Thanksgiving as underdogs.
Carolina Panthers receiver Philly Brown is doubtful to play Sunday, paving the way for rookie Devin Funchess to likely make his first career start. The rookie has come on strong the past two weeks.
The Panthers battered Tony Romo, intercepting him three times and knocking him out in the third quarter en route to a 33-14 win on Thanksgiving.
Josh Norman will have his toughest task of the season: shadowing Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant. The Carolina Panthers corner is eager for the opportunity.
Panthers rookie receiver Devin Funchess started slowly this season, but he’s come on strong in recent games. So much so, Ron Rivera compared him to Kelvin Benjamin.
Friday’s news that Tony Romo is out for the rest of the 2015 season surprised nobody who saw him go down against the Carolina Panthers. It was obvious to pretty much everybody he re-injured his collarbone, and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he has a hairline fracture of the collarbone and will miss […]
(Reuters) – Dallas Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the National Football League season after reinjuring his collarbone, the team said on Friday. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan that Romo suffered a hairline fracture when he fell hard on his left shoulder after being sacked […]
It’s a side that only comes out when Kuechly steps between the white lines on the football field. ”He has the smile, the charisma, the lawyer look, but he has like a demolition mentality,” Newton said after Carolina’s 33-14 rout of the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. Kuechly, the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year […]
* Romo will not have surgery for shoulder injury * Matt Cassel in line to assume starting job (Recasts with official confirmation) Nov 27 (Reuters) – Dallas Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the National Football League season after reinjuring his collarbone, the team said on Friday. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones […]
The Carolina Panthers dominated the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, not only proving they’re for real, but also showing they have a legitimate shot at 16-0.