Carolina Panthers Schedule
The Carolina Panthers on are the prowl again this season, hoping to take down as many
of their 2014 opponents as possible in their quest for the NFC South title. The Panthers are one of the younger teams in the
National Football League, but they've already become an indelible part of the community thanks to a steady string of memorable
seasons. As they look to pile up the wins and reach their enormous potential, there has never been a better time to put down
the remote so you can see the action the way it was meant to be seen. If you're looking for a top-tier matchup,Saints-Pantherstends
to be one of the best each and every year, but there are always plenty of other amazing matchups that you know you'll want
to be a part of. The Panthers edged out the Saints for the division title in 2013, so New Orleans will be out for revenge
in 2014. That should make for two thrilling games between Carolina and New Orleans this season, and you can be there in the
stands to see all of the action unfold for yourself. The Saints will have face off with the Tampa Bay Bucs and Atlanta Falcons
twice apiece this season, and will take on other teams from around the NFC and AFC throughout the year. Get out to Bank of
America Stadium or another venue to support the Panthers in 2014.
Carolina Panthers Team Info
Panthers are coming off a banner 2013 season in which they were able to win the NFC South despite a surge from the New Orleans
Saints. The Carolina defense was a terror last season, stifling opponents from week to week. The Panthers defense was extremely
consistent last season after shutting out the New York Giants in Week 3, and held opponents to 10 points or less multiple
times in 2013. The Panthers also saw a marked improvement from quarterback Cam Newton, who has become a more efficient passer
and seems to be taking to passing the ball from the pocket more than in years past. The team seems to have found a coach that
suits this personnel well in Ron Rivera. The Panthers know it's not going to be easy to take home the NFC South crown yet
again, but they're going to do everything in their power to make it happen.
When two amazing
teams take to the field for a highly anticipated game, there are few sporting events that can hold a candle to the atmosphere
that you'll experience in the crowd, as NFL games are routinely packed with passion and energy you can't find anywhere but
the stands. The Carolina Panthers have quite the location for all of their home games, Bank of America Stadium. Bank of America
Stadium first opened in uptown Charlotte in 1996 and also hosts the Belk Bowl and the ACC Championship game, with a capacity
of more than 73,000 total fans. If you've never made it out to Bank of America Stadium, you have no idea what you've been
missing, as the Panthers definitely know how to put on a show in front of the home fans. Don't miss a snap of the bone-jarring
excitement! The Panthers are always all the rage around town, and that's because the Panthers always seem to be in the middle
of one nail-biter or another. As they look to get right back into the postseason mix in the ultra-competitive NFC South, games
will be filled with twists, turns and nail-biting moments that will have you talking long after the final whistle.
Carolina Panthers Trivia
Who was the head coach of the Carolina Panthers the only time the team was able to reach
the Super Bowl?
The answer is John Fox, who was with the team for a while and had the Panthers competitive more seasons
than not. Fox has moved on from Carolina and is now the head coach of the Denver Broncos, another team that he has taken to
the Super Bowl. Now the Panthers are led by Ron Rivera, who received a lot of praise for his job in 2013.
The Carolina Panthers have been a part of the National Football League since the team joined the league
as an expansion franchise in 1995. The team experienced success quickly, which you don't see from an expansion team very often,
and the club has had some memorable seasons over the years, which is uncommon for most expansion teams. The Panthers had their
most memorable season in 2003 when they were able to capture the NFC Championship and reach the Super Bowl. The team lost
a nail-biter to the New England Patriots in that game, and fans of the Panthers are still waiting for the team to hoist the
Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time.