The Carolina Panthers are coming off of their first loss in nine weeks and also their worst of the season. That being said, it is time for them to make up for that loss to the Saints by welcoming their next opponent. But a question remains. Which New York Jets team will show up?
The Carolina Panthers are surprising everyone this season, and that includes their division rivals in the NFC South. One of the biggest games of the year awaits them as they head to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to take on Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
The Carolina Panthers may have extended their win streak to seven games, but it came thanks to a last-minute score over a declining Miami Dolphins team. Now, they will have the all-of-a-sudden dangerous Tampa Bay Buccaneers in town, and they are trying to extend a winning streak of their own.
Solidifying themselves as a force to be reckoned with, the Carolina Panthers defeated Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Monday night. Now they’ve got to travel to sunny south Florida to face off against an inconsistent Miami Dolphins, and one can never tell which Dolphins team will show up.
The New England Patriots have a 7-2 record, but they really haven’t looked much like themselves this season. Their defense has really struggled and the passing game doesn’t even rank in the first half of the league, but they’re still the Patriots. That’s something the Carolina Panthers will have to remember.
Two of the better teams in the NFC are about to face off against each other, and someone is going to see their winning streak come to an end. The Carolina Panthers have won four in a row and the San Francisco 49ers have a five-game winning streak going. San Francisco has made some roster moves though, and look to take down Cam Newton and the Panthers.
The NFC South has always been one of those divisions full of surprises, twists and competitiveness. Everyone probably could have predicted one team to excel, another to be a close second, a third to start fading back, and a fourth to be one of the worst in the league … but not in the order they are currently in.
The end is here and it could be the end of the line for a couple of head coaches and for a pair of quarterbacks. The Panthers and Saints go at it for the final time this year, and for fans watching, it could turn out to be an entertaining game.
It’s 3-8 against 1-10 this Sunday. This is an important game for the Panthers––a loss to the Chiefs would just about signal the end of Ron Rivera’s run as head coach. All things being equal, this is a winnable game for Carolina despite playing in Kansas City, where a lot of teams have had trouble doing just that.
Hey Panthers, The Broncos Are Coming, The Broncos Are Coming (And So Are John Fox And Peyton Manning)
The Broncos and Panthers hook up for just the fourth time ever this Sunday and it should be a memorable day. John Fox returns, the only head coach to lead Carolina to a Super Bowl, and QB Peyton Manning, who won the big game in 2007, visits as one of his final stops before landing in Canton when his Hall of Fame career is over.