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November 28, 2012

Panthers may be without Jonathan Stewart vs. Chiefs

The Panthers will face the NFL-worst Kansas City Chiefs possibly without RB Jonathan Stewart and DT Ron Edwards. The Charlotte Observer's Jonathan Jones reports from Bank of America Stadium.

Posted by Observer staff on November 28, 2012 at 06:19 PM | Permalink


The over hyped QB ,and posse will lose to the "Chefs" in the "back to reality bowl"

Posted by: Cecil Newton | Nov 28, 2012 7:04:07 PM

Wow, Cecil. The Panthers may lose, but we ALL win when we get to read brilliant and witty posts like yours!! Troglodyte.

Posted by: Jeff | Nov 28, 2012 7:30:23 PM

OH NO, what are we going to do now? We rely so heavily on our running backs to win games...... I'm not sure we can get this win since our 47 million running back "corps" has compiled unbelievable numbers thus far. Really? This is the best headline you can come up with?

Next headline: The Panthers equipment manager fell ill today and they are not sure who will place all of the uniforms in the proper place.

Posted by: Promethius | Nov 28, 2012 8:18:58 PM

not exactly the backs faults though is it?

let's talk about how steve smith is 27th alltime in receiving yards at age 33. if he plays 4 more years at any sort of respectable level, dude is likely to finish top 5.

here's to hoping dude has a couple big games to finish out the season ahead of muhammad.

Posted by: charlottean | Nov 28, 2012 8:27:41 PM

Steve Smith has the biggest heart, desire, will, tenacity on the entire team, bar none. If we had at least half the team with his attitude and work ethic, our record would be better than it is. Top 5 for sure!

Posted by: Zuggy | Nov 28, 2012 8:54:46 PM

Would be nice to have at least one RB that can pick up the blitz and keep the LBs and DEs off Cam. Even the Eagles were able to send guys untouched after Cam.

Posted by: ted | Nov 28, 2012 9:34:30 PM

I can't really say that it matters who we have in at RB. Half the time they are hit as soon as the receive the handoff. O-line better be a huge priority in the offseason if this team hopes to improve.

Posted by: Jerad | Nov 29, 2012 5:24:27 AM

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