What Does America Have To Say About The Carolina Panthers?

By Intern Davis
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The Carolina Panthers improved to 6-3 earlier today when they went on the road and beat the defending NFC Champions, the San Francisco 49ers. The victory for the Panthers put them in prime position for a playoff spot and even a possible tie for the division lead if Dallas can beat New Orleans tonight. Today’s win also did something else, it garnered the attention of the national media and America. Every Panthers fan, at some point in their lives, has been bitter at the national media for not giving enough love and attention to their team. After Carolina’s win the Panthers were all the rage, #KeepPounding was trending on Twitter and ESPN put up a poll asking if the nation thought the Panthers were playoff bound. Everyone loves to see their team getting love so I put together some of the tweets from national personalities that mentioned the Carolina Panthers and their big win:

Super Bowl champion head coach and current NBC NFL analyst Tony Dungy:

-Before the Cowboys-Saints game when Dan Patrick, Rodney Harrison, and Dungy discussed the Panthers game on NBC, Dungy had this to say about Carolina’s defense: “They are very special. I thought they had a great game-plan…They fought harder than San Francisco.”

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry:

Sports Illustrated NFL writer Doug Farrar:

NFL Network reporter Andrew Siciliano: and NFL Network reporter Albert Breer :

CBS Sports NFL writer Will Brinson:

ESPN SEC football writer Edward Aschoff: writer Gregg Rosenthal:

FOX Sports 1 NFL reporter and SiriusXM NFL radio host Alex Marvez:

NFL Insider for CBS and CBS Sports Jason La Canfora:

CBS Sports NFL writer Josh Katzowitz: writer Marc Sessler:

Sports Illustrated NFL writer Chirs Burke:

Sports Illustrated and Monday Morning Quarterback Senior NFL writer Greg Bedard:

NFL Network’s Rich Eisen:

Host of “SVP & Russillo” on ESPN Radio Ryen Russillo:

Host of ESPN’s “NFL Live” Trey Wingo:

Official Twitter account of ESPN’s “First Take”:

ESPN’s Skip Bayless:

Official Twitter account for ESPN:


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