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Carolina Panthers 2013 News and Updates
12/9/13 - The Carolina Panthers were unable to knock-off reigning NFC South leaders, the New Orleans Saints, last night, losing 13-31 in the Superdome. The Panthers came into the game with the league’s second-leading defense, and one that had not allowed over two TDs in a game this year, but Drew Brees made mincemeat of Carolina's pass rush, while the Saints’ defense throttled Cam Newton, keeping Superman on his back for most of the game. Though the humbling loss denied Carolina their ninth straight win, the Panthers will look to bounce back against the New York Jets this Sunday to keep playoff hopes alive. Carolina Panthers tickets start at $18 and move up to $141 on average.
12/3/13- The Carolina Panthers squashed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday morning, 27-6, for a franchise-record 8th consecutive victory. Cam Newton displayed his maturity and ability play dynamic football, leading the team in passing and rushing yards on the day. The defense had 4 sacks and forced 2 fumbles, and has been a driving force in the team's glittering season, now just two games behind the Seattle Seahawks in the conference. Next week is a crucial game for the NFC South, as the Panthers will face fierce competitors, the New Orleans Saints, who they are tied with in the hunt for the division crown. Carolina Panthers tickets are among the most expensive of the week, at $254 on average
11/26/13 - The Carolina Panthers clinched a victory over the Miami Dolphins in enemy territory Sunday, coming up 20-16 for their seventh straight win. Cam Newton was the star of the game, as the quarterback rallied his team past Tannehill and company, with a late 4th quarter drive culminating in a 1-yd TD pass with less than a minute left. The Panthers may be able to extend their win streak to eight when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week. Carolina Panthers tickets are a moderate $122 on average and $38 to get in.
11/19/13- The Carolina Panthers bested the New England Patriots yesterday, in an edge-of-your-seat Monday Night Football spectacular (24-20). Cam Newton wowed the crowd and displayed his uncompromising athleticism, with a career high 3 TDs and a game-high 62 yards. But the white-knuckled win has everyone talking for other reasons: it was determined by the final play in which a penalty flag was reversed. Though many believe the pass interference call should have stood, Tom Brady’s toss to Rob Gronkowski was ultimately deemed “uncatchable” and the Panthers came away victorious for a sixth straight game. Carolina will travel to Miami to meet the Dolphins on Sunday thirsty for another W. The Panthers' Week 12 matchup offers the cheapest average price of the week ($91), and is just $16 to get in and see the scorching face-off!
11/12/13 - Things are looking up for Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, who started off with a shaky season. Following Sunday's overthrow of the San Francisco 49ers (10-9), the Panthers find themselves just one game behind the New Orleans Saints, and proved they are major contenders for the NFC crown. Carolina’s defense held Kaepernick to just 91 passing yards and stifled the 9ers' elite run game to achieve their fifth straight win, simultaneously snapping San Francisco's 5 game win streak. Next Monday, the Panthers will host Tom Brady and the New England Patriots for what is sure to be an edge-of-your-seat game! Carolina Panthers tickets are $38 to get-in and $218 on average.
11/4/13 - The Carolina Panthers had a huge victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, routing the birds 34-10 for their fourth consecutive win. Despite a handful of inaccurate passes and two first half interceptions, Cam Newton brushed off the shaky start to make some excellent rushing plays in the second: including an 8-yard TD run for the winning score in the fourth quarter. The squad was able to capitalize on the Falcon’s stumbles, as Carolina’s defense intercepted Matt Ryan three times and forced four turnovers. The Panthers are just one game behind the Saints now in the NFC South, but they are facing tough opponents in Week 10. Carolina is paying a visit to the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday, and tickets boast the highest get-in price, at a lofty $123.
10/28/13 - The Carolina Panthers routed the Tamp Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night’s game, coming up 31-13 in Florida. With their third consecutive win, the Panthers are flying high, being over .500 for the first time in five years. Cam Newton had a banner day, and helped keep the Buccaneers winless, throwing two TDs and running one, to finish 23 of 32 for 221 passing and 50 rushing yards. Carolina’s strong defense was effective, holding the Bucs to a combined 297 yards, but their real test will be in the upcoming weeks when they face a battering of tough teams. The Panthers are next pitted against the Atlanta Falcons at home in Charlotte; tickets are $59 to get in.
10/22/13 - The Carolina Panthers defended their home field and achieved a decisive win over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, 30-15. After a poor start to the season, head coach Ron Rivera decided to implement a more “aggressive” football strategy, and the change has paid off, as Carolina has won three of four games since the adjustment. Quarterback Cam Newton played another consistent game, leading the team to victory on Sunday, with 15 of 17 passes for 204 yards and a touchdown, for a near flawless routine. On the other side, Panthers safety Mike Mitchell propelled Rams’ Sam Bradford out of bounds, who subsequently left the game with a torn ACL, ending the quarterback’s season. Sunday's game was definitely heated, as players were unable to hold back frustration, and a brawl occurred in the third quarter with an ejection as a result. The feisty Panthers are now a .500 team, and will look to further improve their midseason run when they visit the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Florida this Thursday. Carolina Panthers tickets are the third cheapest this week, averaging just $69 a seat.
10/15/13 - The Carolina Panthers hammered beleaguered home team the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, 35-10. Cam Newton may be back on track after a convincing performance, rushing 30 yards and throwing 20 of 26 passes for four touchdowns, but some big tests against monster defenses are looming for the squad and their seemingly revived QB, who will have to navigate through the tough 49ers, Saints and Patriots. On Sunday, maintaining possession for extended periods of time, playing a physical game with necessary big hits to secure a hold on the lead, and help from the Panthers running game and offensive line gave their QB enough time and confidence to lead the team to victory. The Panthers will continue in stride and hope for another victory next week. Carolina will host the St. Louis Rams: tickets start at just $21 and average at $87.
10/8/13 - The Carolina Panthers have fallen to 1-3 coming into Week 6 after their blowout 6-22 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The Panthers enjoyed their bye week last week after dominating the New York Giants in Week 4, but they returned with a thud instead of a bang on Sunday. Cam Newton endured seven sacks, zero touchdowns, a fumble and three interceptions, but had two tackles. Wide receiver Stevie Smith and two others had a serious case of the dropsies, missing key passes from an otherwise inaccurate Newton, and the Panthers were penalized for 79 yards in what certainly was a frustrating game for the quarterback and company in Arizona. The seat under head coach Ron Rivera is getting hot as the Panthers are looking to improve their record when they go head to head against the Vikings at Minnesota in Week 6. Carolina Panthers road tickets are surprisingly among the higher priced seats of the week, averaging at $208.
10/1/13 - The Carolina Panthers are coming out of their bye week and heading on the road to face the Arizona Cardinals. The rested team is still celebrating a 38-0 runaway victory over the New York Giants, and their next opponents should be an easy mark, as Arizona struggled to victory after having to rally to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. The Panthers are 7 -3 when Cam Newton rushes nine times or more in a game, so Carolina will presumably let their quarterback run the ball more often. Carolina Panthers tickets at Arizona average at $68, and has the lowest priced get-in tickets of the week, at just $5.
9/24/13 - After losing in their first two games, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers came up to demolish the troubled New York Giants 38-0, and proved that they are a team to be contended with. There was talk of firing head coach Ron Rivera mid-season, but after Sunday’s victory, these rumors quieted. Cam Newton put up three touchdown passes and ran the ball when it mattered, and on defense, Greg Hardy held strong with three sacks in the first half alone. Week 4 is the Panthers bye week, which gives them plenty of time to rally together and return to play in Arizona on October 6.
Carolina Panthers 2013 Season
6/19/13 - The Carolina Panthers finished out the season strong last year, winning five of their last six including a victory over NFC’s number 1 seed, Atlanta Falcons
. This year’s Panthers vs. Falcons rivalry game is the fourth most expensive at Bank of America Stadium
with tickets averaging $133. Surprisingly, the cheapest game on the Carolina Panthers schedule is Panthers vs. Bucs. The NFC South divisional matchup is averaging a mere $99. The cost of Carolina Panthers tickets has dropped since last year; an additional decline was seen in the last six weeks. Panthers tickets are one of the cheapest tickets in the NFL
, averaging $139
… more over eight regular season home games.
Don’t miss the most decorated player in Carolina Panthers history play in one of his last NFL seasons. Steve Smith will look to lead this Panthers football team to their first playoff appearance since 2008. A key to their success at the end of last season was their running game; Carolina and Cam Newton will have to get Kenjon Barner, DeAngelo Williams, and Jonathan Stewart involved to be effective in 2013.
In April, the Charlotte City Council agreed to an improvement package for the Carolina Panthers stadium. With that, the Panthers will stay in Charlotte for at least six more years.