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No More Excuses, Cam Newton Is Holding Back Carolina Panthers Offense

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is regressing as a passer. The narrative written earlier this season was Newton had improved from the pocket while everything around him fell to pieces. The dirty little secret is Newton falls...Show More Summary

Michigan Football: Devin Gardner's Last Chance to Salvage Legacy

A year ago Devin Gardner was the unquestioned leader of a 6-1 Michigan squad that was battling for a berth in Big Ten championship game. Then the bottom fell out. Michigan has since gone 4-10, he was injured, benched for a game and coach...Show More Summary

Greg Roman “pretty darned pleased” with Marcus Lattimore

Marcus Lattimore returned to practice for the San Francisco 49ers on Wednesday for the first time this season. The second-year running back from South Carolina has yet to play in an NFL game after being drafted by the 49ers in 2013. Lattimore suffered a devastating knee injury in college and has yet to be healthy…

Alabama Pass Rush Only Gets Deeper with Return of Denzel Devall

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — One of Alabama's best positional units is about to get even better. The Crimson Tide’s pass rush, which, at 21 sacks, is one away from equaling last season’s total, will see the return of one of its most experienced...Show More Summary

Is It Officially Time for the Carolina Panthers to Panic?

No team would have wanted the distinction of being the first to lose to the traveling New Orleans Saints since Week 12 of the 2013 season, but that's precisely what the Carolina Panthers accomplished on Thursday night, losing 28-10. In...Show More Summary

Cam Newton didn't deliver when the Panthers needed him to

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- On a night when the Carolina Panthers needed quarterback Cam Newton to be Superman, he showed up as Clark Kent. The player who celebrates touchdowns by exposing an imaginary "S" on his chest completed a career-lowShow More Summary

Saints' Drew Brees channels Herm Edwards: 'You play to win the game'

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the New Orleans Saints' 28-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night: Playing to win: Drew Brees channeled Herm Edwards' classic rant when asked about how the...Show More Summary

New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers: Video Highlights and Recap from Week 9

The Carolina Panthers (3-4-1) took on the New Orleans Saints (3-4) in a battle with huge implications in the wide-open NFC South. Drew Brees and the Saints went into the matchup looking for their first road victory of the season. After...Show More Summary

Saints Prove They Can Win on the Road with Huge Victory over Panthers

It wasn't very pretty, but the New Orleans Saints finally have their road win. Forced to play on Thursday Night Football—in a divisional game for first place in the NFC South against the Carolina Panthers, no less—the Saints took care of business, beating Cam Newton and Co. Show More Summary

Jameis Winston, Dalvin Cook Save Florida State's Season with Clutch Comeback

Count on Florida State being down. But don't count the Seminoles out. Even staring in the face of a 21-point deficit, on a Thursday night in a tough road environment? Nope. As long as FSU has time left on the clock, there's apparently enough time for a comeback. Show More Summary

Seahawks hurting at center as Stephen Schilling misses practice Thursday

The Seattle Seahawks could be short-handed at center this week for their game against the Oakland Raiders. Stephen Schilling has started the last three games at center in relief of an injured Max Unger. However, Schilling did not practice on Thursday due to a knee injury. Unger has missed the last three games for Seattle…

Cam Newton: 'I'm not blaming anyone but myself'

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Carolina Panthers' 28-10 loss to the New Orleans Saints: Quarterback Cam Newton on whether he knew his timing was off early en route to completing a career-low 35.5 percent of his passes for a career-low 39.4 passer rating: "I knew I missed a lot of them. Show More Summary

Florida State vs. Louisville: Game Grades, Analysis for Seminoles and Cardinals

The No. 2 Florida State Seminoles fell behind early but rebounded to knock off the 25th-ranked Louisville Cardinals 42-31 and earn an ACC win. Louisville built a 21-0 advantage before Jameis Winston and a trio of true freshmen brought...Show More Summary

FSU vs. Louisville: Score and Twitter Reaction

In 2013, Florida State made it look so easy you'd wonder if it was trying. In 2014, Jameis Winston and Co. seem determined to do anything other than take the clear path. No matter, the result is still the same. Winston threw three second-half...Show More Summary

Man Bizarrely Videobombs Jimbo Fisher's Postgame Interview

This man saw his opportunity to videobomb Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher's postgame interview on Thursday night, and he ran with it. Who knows what he was thinking at the time, but he seemed to be enjoying himself. ESPN 680's Mark Ellis shared a bit of information on the videobomber: [Vine, Twitter] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Cam Newton's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 9

Cam Newton's numbers have steadily dropped in each of the last four weeks, and on Thursday night against the New Orleans Saints he had arguably his worst performance of the 2014 season. You can view his final numbers below from whatShow More Summary

NFL Week 9: Analyzing the Social Buzz Ahead of Top Matchups

Week 9 of the 2014 NFL season is upon us, and there's plenty of social media buzz about the upcoming matchups. It all starts with the Denver Mannings vs. the New England Bradys. That doesn't seem right. Frankly, it's hard to talk about anything else when these two AFC powerhouses duel at 4:25 p.m. Show More Summary

Buccaneers vs. Browns: What Are Experts Saying About Cleveland?

It wasn't pretty, but the Cleveland Browns (4-3) were able to stave off another winless club in the Oakland Raiders last weekend at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns get a third straight "winnable" game, as the 1-6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers limp into town. Show More Summary

Saints-Panthers: 10 things to know from New Orleans' 28-10 win

Everything you wanted to know about the Saints win vs. the Panthers on Thursday is contained within.

NFL Week 9 Grades: Is it time to write off Cam Newton, Panthers?

After losing to the Saints on Thursday night, it's looking more and more like the Panthers won't be repeating as NFC South champs.

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