Carolina Panthers Tickets – Three Time Winners

by on August 14, 2015 updated August 14, 2015

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The Carolina Panthers got blasted from every direction in 2014, with injuries and personal mishaps and personnel blunders. Yet, Carolina was able to take advantage of a weak NFC South and make the playoffs with a losing record of 7-8-1. It’s hard to imagine anything going much worse in 2015 so the Panthers are likely to reward ticket holders with a division title and another shot in the postseason.

Cam Newton is still the face of the franchise though he hasn’t proven himself to be a top tier NFL quarterback as of yet. That’s going to be hard to do in a Mike Schula offense that tends to run the ball and uses the pass like some kind of long handoff. Newton can be dangerous when he’s out of the pocket though, and teams must respect his ability to avoid sacks.

Jonathan Stewart proved his worth in 2014 with an 800 yard season and signed a contract. If he stays healthy again in 2015, which has been a problem, the Panthers will have a reliable running back who can pound out yardage. Carolina must keep him healthy because frankly there’s not much behind him.

Newton will once again have Ted Ginn Jr. on the receiving end of his passes but the real damage will come from Kelvin Benjamin and draft pick Devin Funchess, both oversize receivers who can simply outmuscle smaller defenders.

The Panthers defense carried the team last season and will a big part of any success in the 2015 NFL season. The strength of this defense lies in it’s linebackers. Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly are two of the NFL’s best. They’ll be joined by 1st Round pick Shaq Thompson out of Washington, a versatile player who can cover and rush the passer.

Carolina Panthers tickets deliver a pass to see a dogged and physical team, one that doesn’t quit and seems to find some kind of inspiration in being down. The Panthers may be the best of a beaten down NFC South. Winning the division is entirely possible, even probable, but taking another step in the playoffs is going to be tough.


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