Carolina Panthers’ Six Days to Kickoff YouTube Preview

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - AUGUST 11: Steve Smith #89 of the Carolina Panthers hauls in a touchdown pass against Sam Madison #29 of the New York Giants on August 11, 2007 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 27: Jonathan Stewart #28 of the Carolina Panthers rushes against the New York Giants at Giants Stadium on December 27, 2009 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)CHARLOTTE, NC- AUGUST 21: DeAngelo Williams of the Carolina Panthers looks down field as he runs for yardage during a preseason game against the New York Jets at Bank of America Stadium on August 21, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Mary Ann Chastain/Getty Images)

Today we’re waiting on the Carolina Panthers to release it’s official practice squad roster. As soon as that’s known, we will create a post on it. In the meantime, while we’re waiting with baited breath to see who (if anyone) didn’t clear waivers without being signed by another team, there are six days until the official kickoff of the 2010 NFL regular season.

To close out last season, the Panthers went to the old Giants Stadium and owned the G-Men on their home-turf, 41-9.

With that in mind, let’s just view a little video preview of what’s to come in Week One at the New York Giants…

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  • John

    The Giants have problems on both sides of the ball and their secondary still looks real suspect. As a team they just haven’t shown much fire and they are losing the one on one battles that aren’t about game planning. This may be the perfect opponent for the Panthers to get started against. Especially our receiving corps.

    • Eric Quackenbush

      That could very well be. I am certainly curious to see what kind of difference Jonathan Stewart and Steve Smith make returning to the field.

      • John

        You and me both. Time to find out if I have been to easy on them or you have been to tough. It’s interesting to read the Giants fans talking about being nervous to face us and how they think it will be a tough game for the G-men.

  • J. Gore

    We kicked their ass last year to close out their history in the Meadowlands and we’ll kick their ass again to usher them into their new stadium. Our defense is the same as it was at the end of last season. Only difference is this years team has a few new faces but guess what they’re faster and more hungry. Offensively we’re gonna get back to smashmouth football. And as far as the #89 STEVE SMITH & that other bum in NY that can’t even hold a candle light for Smitty to see by, I can’t believe the NY fanbase and media have gone there. Come on man, that’s like standing next to the fire with a plastic gas can. Yeah you broke our guy’s arm last year but you still couldn’t keep him out of the endzone. Let’s see your version do that and even maintain possession of the ball. Yeah your guy made the Pro-Bowl and ours didn’t. But wait a minute he made it as a slot guy lined up against each teams weakest corner week after week while the real deal was being doubled and triple teamed on his way 960+yds receiving in what was for him a 13-14 game season. I wonder how many times 89 lined up in the slot for us? And even if you did successfully “Contain” #89 you’d have no chance against our running game. If you thought J-Stew was bad wait till 34 is thrown into the mix. The wee-men are going down on Sunday. Mark it down, I said it.