The Carolina Panthers prided themselves the last two seasons on being a “big chunk offense,” able to gobble up big yards on downfield passes.
Nearly everyone on the New England Patriots knew the statistics of their next opponent. It’s hard not to be aware. The Carolina Panthers rank near the top of the league in virtually every defensive category.
The Panthers have allowed the second-fewest points in the NFL, the second-fewest yards and have forced 21 turnovers this season. And now they’re figuring out how to win close games.
The Carolina Panthers can now say they have that signature win everybody has been waiting to see: on the road, against the reigning NFC champions, in November.
As the final seconds ticked down, Cam Newton walked across the field to find Adrian Peterson and offered a warm embrace.
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SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott is the first to admit the front seven appears to be the strength of Carolina’s defense.
An attorney for the former Fort Bragg surgeon serving three life sentences for killing his pregnant wife and two daughters more than 40 years ago filed a memo Monday in federal court, reiterating reasons to overturn that conviction.
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Sports Anchor Johnny breaks down the Panthers/Bears game coming up this weekend, and he decides if Charles Johnson or Julius Peppers is the best man to have on defense.