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Stadium: Bank of America Stadium
Super Bowls: None
Notable Players: Cam Newton, Steve Smith, Julius Peppers
The Carolina Panthers may not have a decorated history, as they are not even two decades old, but fans have every reason to be pumped. With quite possibly the most exciting quarterback in the league at the helm in Cam Newton, watching a Panthers game live is as fun as ever. The team won eight straight games at one point last year behind Newton in what was a memorable season. The team reached the playoffs for the first time since 2009 and expectations remain high this season.
The Carolina defense is a scary one, led by 2013 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Luke Kuechly. Stars such as Greg Hardy and Charles Johnson also make up one of the league’s best defenses. Offensively, Newton and DeAngelo Williams lead what can be the most explosive offense at times. While the team lost one of the greatest players in the team’s history during the offseason in wide receiver Steve Smith, it would come as little surprise if Newton found a way to make up for Smith’s loss.
Carolina fans are some of the best in the league, so attending a Panthers game is a great experience. The team’s rivalry with the Bucs is intense, as evidenced by how physical the teams get when they play each other. Fights and melees have ensued, which speaks to how passionate the team and its fans really are. So grab your Carolina Panthers tickets and stop by Bank of America to enjoy a Panthers game this season!
Carolina Panthers 2014 Schedule
The Panthers want to stay atop the NFC South in 2014, but they will have to get through a very tough slate of games. In addition to matchups against their rivals from the division, the New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons, the Panthers will also do battle with teams from the AFC North and NFC North, creating several can’t-miss games on the 2014 Carolina Panthers schedule.
Key Home Games
Week 3 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers - “Big Ben” Roethlisberger and the Steelers come in for an early showdown with Cam Newton and the Panthers.
Week 8 vs. Seattle Seahawks - The Super Bowl champs come to town in a matchup that pits two of the toughest teams in the league against each other.
Week 9 vs. New Orleans Saints - If the Panthers want to keep the division crown, they need to get past Drew Brees and the Saints. This will be a huge game in the middle of the season.