The prospects for the Carolina Panthers this season are still up in the air. Despite a somewhat weak performance in the first preseason game, the Charlotte team is looking good, given an excellent lineup and consistent coaching. The Panthers have a lot of reason to feel optimistic about this season, and this mental outlook will do much for them.
The Panthers lineup is solid gold this season, with sophomore wonder kid Cam Newton healthy and on track for another statistically strong season. Concerns about Cam Newton facing a sophomore slump are all gossip and no gospel. Newton is a strong player, and is showing no sign of weakness so far. Give the man a chance and you’re almost ...
by Anthony Urso
on 08/20/2012 - 09:58 am
Tag: Carolina Panthers
If you live around the Charlotte area and do any amount of driving, you’ve certainly encountered it. Traffic is at a dead stop on I-485 for what seems like no reason at all. It’s the bane of any commuter’s existence, and has led to sightings of license plates such as “IHATE485.”
You’ve got to wonder what, exactly, is creating all of these traffic jams.
City and Road Planning
There are a number of reasons for this, and most of them center around city planning. It’s always difficult to foresee how big a city is going to get. Road planners try to overbuild roads and add lanes, but budgeting constraints hold them back w ...
Preseason games give sports fans a glimpse into what the might expect from their favorite teams over the course of the season. Players have been injured, brought on-board, and/or canned; a team that might have won you a number of bets last year could wipe out your life’s savings this season. It’s important to be on the ball with preseason games, so here’s a recap of the first game played by Charlotte’s own Panthers.
The Panthers first preseason game against the formidable Houston Texans on August 11, 2012 ended with a loss, but there’s still a lot to be excited about. 26-13 doesn’t have a good ring to it, but the Panthers’ prowess shouldn&rs ...
A recent Huffington Post article brings to light a potentially troubling development for Charlotte-based Bank of America. Within the next few days, the Democratic National Committee will make it known officially that it intends to move some funds from Bank of America to the union-owned Amalgamated Bank. The exact reasoning for this move has yet to be explained, but will presumably come up in the official announcement.
Read The Article Here
The shift will occur some time after the election takes place, and is the latest in a string of similar stories involving Bank of America. It’s a risky move, considering large Wall Street banks are among Presidential candidate Barack Obama& ...