Check out @josephperson's Tweet: https://twitter.com/josephperson/status/640200400080117760?s=09 #Panthers have released DT Chas Alecxih and CB T.J. Heath, per league source. Don't be surprised to see Alecxih back on practice squad.
Enjoy the trip and your first Panthers game. I was hoping to make it down myself, but getting off work was a no go. Exact opposite is actually happening since I'm in fact working ot all weekend because of the fight Sat night and being short staffed.. :(
Also most are expecting the cap to rise to 160 in 2016 as well. Add in the carry over 11 million and your suddenly looking at 41 million in space, looking at Cam's deal and adding it back in we get 62 million in cap space.
Tillman, Coleman additions plus another year for bene and Norman. Norman and bene were studs last season and ranked top ten at PFF and QB rating against. Coleman shores up the biggest secondary weakness. Adding Shaq should help in a few places as well, plus no off field situations distracting the team as well. Top ten in yards, 11th in passing, 17th in rushing. The reason you don't go off just points is because of short fields, bad st play....ext...
Hilarious over there, seems the panthers have a bad defense and they expect to run all over it for tons of yards and score like 30+ points. Reality is is they are running into a top ten defense that has improved its secondary and take away skills with the additions of Coleman and Peanut. At the second De spot, Ealy has looked solid against starters and should pick up where he left off at the end of last season. On the other side of the ball, the offense has a much improved oline over last season, CAP should be an excellent backup to stew and both should lead an improved run game. While there is a question mark at WR, Olsen is still a major threat plus the additions of Funchess and Ginn together can help offset the loss of benji. Speaking of Ginn, he flips field position with the best of them when it comes to returning punts. The Jaguars will have trouble running the ball putting even more pressure to win on Bortles. A few turnovers trying to make things happen and what could have been and should have been a close game turns into a 27-10 beat down. Will say that if JAX doesn't turn the ball over its a much closer game but I still say Panthers win either way.