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11/19/14 - In this season, the NFC South has found itself in the peculiar place NFC West was just a few short years ago. This creates a unique situation for the Carolina Panthers should the rest of the season play out in their favor. Following a close loss to Atlanta, the Panthers prepare to take on the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis. With problems of their own, the Vikings could be off their game enough to allow Carolina to regain their confidence and secure a win. After 5 straight losses, no doubt that Panthers fans are hungry for a solid victory. Seats are still available for fans who want to see Carolina battle the Vikings. Starting at $10 per seat, Razorgator is the ideal place for fans to secure their spot this Sunday.
11/10/14 - Last year’s NFC South champions, the Carolina Panthers, haven’t been playing like victors and have lost their last four games. Monday night’s game didn’t end any better for the Panthers, being defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles 21-45. The Panthers offense struggled as Cam Newton threw three interceptions, which resulted in ten points for the opposing team. The offensive line also couldn’t withhold the Eagles dominating defense, causing Cam Newton to suffer from a record breaking nine sacks in a single game. The Carolina Panthers head back home next week to face the Atlanta Falcons. Playing on home turf might just be the ticket to get them out of their losing streak. Tickets are still available for the November 16, 2014 game and start at $30.
11/4/14 - The Carolina Panthers faced a strong opponent last Sunday in the New Orleans Saints. They ultimately lost the game at 28-10 when the Saints took an early lead with 14 points in the second quarter. The Panthers rank 2nd in the NFC Southern Division after 9 games. On Monday November 9, the Panthers take on the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. The Eagles rank 1st in their division, so it may be a tough game for the Panthers. The Panthers have a good defense that forces fumbles and intersections, which will be a factor in the game. The Panthers may not have the offense to match the Eagles, but the Panthers need a win to break their three game losing streak.
10/27/14 - After defeating struggling Chicago in Week 5, the Carolina Panthers have found their own struggles as well. A tie of once high-flying Cincinnati, followed by a pair of tough losses, have dealt the Panthers a setback in the NFC South.
10/23/14 - After linebacker Luke Kuechly was ejected for contact with an official during last weekend’s loss to Green Bay, the league reversed itself a day later, stating that the reigning Defensive Player of the Year should not have been ejected for “incidental” contact. The league also informed the Panthers that Kuechly will not be fined.
10/10/14 - After two weeks of blowout losses, the Carolina Panthers came from behind to defeat the Chicago Bears 31-24 last Sunday. The Panthers scored the first touchdown after a crazy botched punt return, but were soon behind 21-7. The defense however came up big forcing two fumbles, an interception, and only allowing the Bears to score a field goal in the second half. Corner Antoine Cason tackled Bears running back Matt Forte and punched the ball out, forcing a critical fumble near the end of the game. The Panthers are now 3-2 after Week 5. Next, the Panthers play in Cincinnati against the formidable Bengals on Sunday October 12, 2014. The Panthers return to Carolina to play against the Seattle Seahawks on October 26, 2014. Tickets for that game start at $66.
9/16/14 - The Carolina Panthers have improved to 2-0 after a dominating victory over the Detroit Lions on Sunday, despite snowballing distractions off the field. Cam Newton and his supporting cast of weapons put on an offensive fireworks show (note: rookie Kelvin Benjamin’s 1-handed back shoulder grab), while Ron Rivera’s defense exposed the Lions and dismantled Detroit, 24-7. See the team that is turning heads in the NFL with Carolina Panthers tickets in Week 3 against Pittsburgh. Watch them play in primetime on Sunday Night Football at Bank of America Stadium for a minimum of $70.
9/9/14 - No Cam? No problem! The Carolina Panthers showed their strength even without Superman under center. Backup quarterback Derek Anderson threw for 230 yards and 2 TDs, while Luke Kuechly and the defense sealed the 20-14 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sunday marked the first missed game in Cam Newton’s NFL career, but the QB should be back in the huddle for this weekend’s home opener at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers will host the Detroit Lions in one of the more anticipated Week 2 matchups, and you can get-in for a bargain $55 in the Upper Level.
9/3/14 - Football is back! Are you excited for the rough n’ tumble Carolina Panthers to start their road back to the postseason this Sunday versus the Buccaneers? The Panthers have been busy in this last week, as news emerged that “Double Trouble" is back in Carolina. The one-two punch of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart (first running backs to reach over 1,100 yards on the same team, 2009) is cleared and fully healthy. Riverboat Ron also signed former second-round pick Stephen Hill to add more depth to their wide receiving corps. Most importantly, Cam Newton returned to practice on Monday for the first time since cracking his rib, and expects to start 9/7 in Tampa Bay. Buy your Carolina Panthers tickers for an incredibly low $19 at Raymond James Stadium, and kick off NFL 2014 with Cam and company!
8/27/14 - The worst-case scenario almost played out for the Carolina Panthers at quarterback during preseason Week 3. Cam Newton is sidelined with a hairline fracture to his ribs, but the starter revealed yesterday that “there’s no doubt in [his] mind” he will be ready to start in Week 1 of the regular season, against Tampa Bay. The No. 1 overall draft pick has never missed a start since entering the league—you don’t think he’ll let his team down now, do you? Derek Anderson has been backup to Newton since the face of the franchise was drafted in 2011, and will be ready to go for tomorrow’s preseason finale at Heinz Field against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Buy Carolina Panthers tickets to attend preseason Week 4 for a minimum of $5 and see Anderson start.
8/12/14 – The first exhibition game of the Carolina Panthers’ 2014 season is in the books, and the Charlotte squad fell 20-18 to Buffalo sans Cam Newton. The quarterback, alongside running backs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart—finally returned from injury, will appear in Week 2's matchup. Stewart was limited to just 17 games in the last two seasons, and if he can steer clear of the trainer’s room this season, the 27-year-old running back is expected to fulfill his lofty expectations. Buy Carolina Panthers tickets for this Sunday’s highly anticipated faceoff against a similar team in 2013, the Kansas City Chiefs and their formidable defense. Get into Bank of America Stadium on Aug. 17 for as little as $18 in the Upper Level.
8/5/14 – Like many teams, the Carolina Panthers couldn’t get out of the training camp gate without suffering an injury to a key player. Rookie Tyler Gaffney will undergo knee surgery and sit out the rest of 2014. Defensive end Greg Hardy’s appeal on domestic violence charges will be addressed in a jury trial on Nov. 17; the dedicated player “hates” that his situation has been a distraction to the team, and cannot wait for the ordeal to be resolve. On the upside, one of Carolina’s integral youngsters returned to work on Sunday: rookie receiver Kelvin Benjamin is back from a minor knee injury. See what impact this 6’5” pigskin catcher has with Carolina Panthers tickets in the preseason! Charlotte will welcome football back this Friday, with the Week 1 preseason game against the Buffalo Bills; get-in for as low as $23.
7/29/14 – The Carolina Panthers just started training camp and their No. 2 defense is the talk of the town. With the return of key player and team leader Luke Kuechly, the Panthers' hard-hitters are aiming to finish in the number one spot, according to fourth-year defensive coordinator Sean McDermott. “Luke is one of the standards we have on this team…He’s a great role model,” says quarterback Cam Newton. Score Carolina Panthers tickets and see if Kuechly and company can usurp Seattle's No. 1 defense and Super Bowl title in 2014!
7/22/14 – Training camp commences later this week and the Carolina Panthers are gearing up for the long road to defend their NFC South Championship. The Panthers are coming into camp stronger on one side of the ball, and weaker on the other. Their defensive front 7 is projected more formidable than ever, with Star and Short maturing from their rookie years; while their receiving corps is depleted with the departure of Steve Smith, Newton has wasted no time getting to work with his new options. He is specifically looking to build a connection with Kelvin Benjamin. See it all come to fruition with Carolina Panthers tickets at Tampa Bay Buccaneers for as low as $32.
7/22/14 – Training camp is starting towards the end of the week, and the Carolina Panthers are gearing up to defend their NFC South Championship. The Panthers are coming into camp stronger on one side of the ball, and weaker on the other. Their defensive front 7 is sure to be even more formidable than ever, with Star and Short maturing from their rookie years; while their receiving corps is depleted with the departure of Steve Smith. Newton has wasted no time getting to work with his new options, looking to build a connection with Kelvin Benjamin.
7/15/14 – The Carolina Panthers go off to a slow start last season, putting up a 1-3 record in their first four games. This time, the squad cannot afford such meager beginnings as they are pitted against four teams that were not playoff contenders in 2013: Tampa Bay, Detroit, Pittsburgh and Baltimore. The cheapest Carolina Panthers tickets offered of the four is the game in Florida at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; get-in for $35 on 9/7. The priciest Panthers game is 9/21 against the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers; get into Bank of American Stadium in Charlotte for a minimum of $92.
7/7/14 - Two Carolina Panthers players have been named in NFL.com’s Top 25 Best Players of 2014. Linebacker and reigning Defensive Player of the Year, Luke Kuechly, came in at No. 15 while quarterback Cam Newton breached at No. 24. The two are joined by defensive end Greg Hardy (No. 53) and center Ryan Kalil (No. 93) in the Top 100. See these elite players hit the field during preseason with Carolina Panthers tickets! In one month you can catch the Buffalo Bills at Bank of America Stadium for the first exhibition game of the year; spend as little as $14 to get into the showdown on Aug 8.
7/1/14 – Coming into training camp there are always a few players to keep a keen eye on. For the Carolina Panthers, the chief component would be rookie Kelvin Benjamin. The wide receiver picked in the first round out of Florida State is looking like the future No. 1 receiver for the franchise. His inspired performance in the final phase of minicamp only bolstered the prospect’s chances of taking the starting job from Jerricho Cotchery, Jason Avant or Tiquan Underwood. The team can really use Benjamin’s height in the red zone, and he’s already developed a connection with Cam Newton: the two hung out on Memorial Day weekend when they boated together, will we see the two kicking it for July 4th this weekend? Score Carolina Panthers tickets and see the duo’s chemistry on the gridiron this year!
6/24/14 – It looks like Cam Newton wasn’t just exercising his ankle this offseason; the Carolina Panthers’ 25 year-old signal caller took to fortifying his leadership skills as well. Coach Rivera observed: “Over the last 10 weeks, we’re seeing Cam maturing…He even led the meetings. He was sitting with the receivers, the tight ends and helping them, not just standing next to [Mike Shula].” Panthers fans will be glad to note that their QB is rising to the occasion in the face of adversity from the media (Kaepernick contract pressures) and health (ankle surgery). Ron Rivera ended by asserting, “You see stuff [from Cam] you didn’t see before.” What will you see in the new season? Find out with Carolina Panthers tickets today!
6/17/14- Today marks the start of mandatory minicamp, and the Carolina Panthers kicked it off with certain optimism. Quarterback Cam Newton was present and started testing his surgically repaired ankle out, reportedly participating in more drills than the coaches anticipated. Newton is doing so well on the road to recovery, that he will be back for summer training camp. In consequence of fellow young, mobile quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s groundbreaking deal, many are skeptical that the contract will affect Newton’s impending negotiations. Super Man fans can breathe a sigh of relief knowing “that’s the last thing” on Newton’s mind. Charlotte's main man is only focusing on being 100% and getting back on the gridiron, see him in action with 2014 Carolina Panthers tickets!
6/10/14- Last week, Ron Rivera stated the Carolina Panthers have a “plethora of veteran tight ends” amounting to 20 years of combined experience. It's become evident that the Panthers look to run their offense with more TE concern, similar to the way they used Greg Olsen and Jeremy Shockey in Cam Newton’s rookie year—the same season he set the NFL rookie record for 4, 051 yards, 21 touchdowns and 310 of 517 passes. Even though Newton lost Madden 2015’s cover contest (to Richard Sherman of the Seahawks), this marks the second year that your quarterback made it into the cover vote finals! HC Rivera said he voted for “the opposition” in hopes of avoiding the “cover winner curse” multiple times. Now that we’re sure the “Superman” QB won’t fall victim to the Madden curse, see him in action with Carolina Panthers tickets in 2014!
6/3/14- The Carolina Panthers got their season christened in quite a way! Ron Rivera's mentor and legendary head coach Mike Ditka proclaimed: "Were going to the Super Bowl" in front of Panthers at the Charlotte Touchdown Club last Friday. Unfortunately, not the whole Panthers summer squad will be there when they reach the playoffs, Ditka went on to say. Now is the time for your favorite Carolina players to make their own statements and ensure themselves a spot on the roster that could take it all the way in 2014. Get your Carolina Panthers tickets in now and see if this squad can fulfill Ditka's prophesy!
5/27/14 - While many teams are entering the doldrums of the offseason, lacking any storylines heading into OTAs, the Carolina Panthers are an exception. The Charlotte squad lost their top four wide receivers from last year (including Steve Smith), and look to replace them with first-rounder Kelvin Benjamin, free agents Jerricho Cotchery, Jason Avant, Tiquan Underwood, or even youngsters Tavarres King, Marvin McNutt and Brenton Bersin. These players will be tested in the first round of organized team activities. Similarly, there is only one returning cornerback from the secondary, and the O-line looks entirely refurbished. Not to mention, DE Greg Hardy will make his first on-field appearance since being arrested for assault charges just three months after being given a franchise tag. See how this inter-team competition plays out and how the returning star fairs with Carolina Panthers tickets in 2014!
5/19/14 - The Carolina Panthers made a big move following rookie minicamp this weekend. The organization signed giant Canadian prospect David Fouccalt, a 6'8", 320 lb. free agent rookie tackle to the squad. Another awe-inspiring performance during the first full week of rookie camp came from Florida State WR Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina's first draft pick, who is intended to be an easy target for Cam Newton in the troublesome red zone. While Benjamin's position on the 53-man squad is likely, he'll still have to hone his skills and impress the coaches when the veterans and free agents file in for camp later this week. Score Carolina Panthers tickets and see who's left standing in 2014!
5/12/14 – With the 28th pick in the NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers selected wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (Texas A&M) who will compete for a starting role on the team’s revamped receiving corps that includes Jerricho Cotchery and Jason Avant. With their second round pick, the Panthers picked up Kony Ealy which was by far the “best deal” on their end. Projected to go late in the first round, the defensive end from Missouri was chosen at No. 60. It wasn’t until the third round that the Panthers addressed their offensive line issues by selecting Trai Turner (LSU). Check out all the additions to the Carolina Panthers roster with Panthers tickets this season! Averaging $153, Carolina has the fifth cheapest ticket in the league.
4/16/14 - Carolina Panthers' star quarterback, Cam Newton, will be testing out his surgically repaired ankle and his new receivers Jerricho Cotchery and Jason Avant this summer. The team suffered a bevy of defects in free agency, including franchise favorites Steve Smith and Jordan Gross. Carolina's preseason will begin when the squad takes on the Buffalo Bills in Week 1 (Aug 8-10). The Panthers will continue their home stretch when they host the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2, with a set date of Aug 17. The squad will finish off preseason on the road: a Week 3 matchup against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium (Aug 22-24) and finally, a visit to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers (Aug 28-30) as per tradition. Carolina has been slated opposite Pittsburgh for exhibition finales in each of the last 11 years, catch a glimpse of this new-look team with Carolina Panthers tickets!
2/12/14 – The Panthers suffered a disappointing loss in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs, ending their chances at an NFC Championship and Super Bowl appearance. However, two folks on the Carolina Panthers roster received prestigious honors for their 2013 efforts – Ron Rivera was named Coach of the Year and Luke Kuechly Defensive Player of the Year. Although the Panthers had the toughest schedule in 2013, Carolina still went 7-1 during the regular season at home. Can the team replicate or improve on their home record in 2014? The Panthers strength of schedule in 2014, although skewed, is much weaker than last year based on what their opponents had done the previous season. To be played at Bank of America Stadium: Atlanta Falcons (4-12), New Orleans Saints (11-5), Tampa Bay Bucs (4-12), Chicago Bears (8-8), Detroit Lions (7-9), Seattle Seahawks (13-3), Cleveland Browns (4-12), Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8).
1/6/14 - NFC South winners, the Carolina Panthers, will come out of their bye to face the San Francisco 49ers, in one of the most anticipated playoff matches of the postseason. The Niners defeated Green Bay in the Wild Card round to advance, but they’ll face a tougher opponent in Carolina, whose running game and quarterback are just as athletic and mobile as their NFC counterparts. Carolina Panthers tickets are $104 to get into the priciest Divisional round faceoff!
12/30/13 - The Carolina Panthers finished the regular season in triumph, with Sunday’s defeat of the Atlanta Falcons, 21-20, granting the squad a bye heading into playoffs and the NFC South crown over rivals the New Orleans Saints. Relying on the toughness of their sack-happy defense spearheaded by Greg “The Kraken” Hardy, and their young QB’s ability to both run and throw the ball effectively, the Panthers have consistently proven to be dangerous opponents and are sure to be a major threat in the postseason. Carolina will return on January 12 in Divisional round, to host the highest remaining seeded winner of the Wild Card round. Potential opponents are San Francisco, Philadelphia and Green Bay, with Aaron Rodgers favored to take on Cam Newton in the big NFC matchup. Carolina Panthers playoff tickets start at $194 and average at $446 to score a seat in the second round of playoffs!
12/23/13 - The Carolina Panthers stunned the visiting New Orleans Saints, and yanked the division crown away from them after coming up victorious on Sunday, 17-13. Defensive Player of the Year candidate Luke Kuechly snuffed Drew Brees, with 24 tackles and 2 crucial interceptions, while Cam Newton’s last minute fourth quarter heroics culminated in a game-winning touchdown pass to secure the win. For the first time in five years, the Panthers clinched a playoff spot, and they can score a first round bye with a win over the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday. Carolina Panthers tickets are a steal at $151 on average for their regular season finale.
12/16/13 - The Carolina Panthers routed the New York Jets on Sunday (30-20), and are now neck and neck with the New Orleans Saints for the division crown. Cornerback Captain Munnerlyn stepped up his game with two sacks and a returned interception, to bounce his team back from last week’s meltdown. Carolina’s upcoming game will be their most important of December—a shot at the division title with a win at home against New Orleans (and a win on the road over Atlanta in Week 17). Carolina Panthers tickets for this Sunday’s Cam Newton-Drew Brees shootout are $251 on average and $61 to get-in and see this decisive NFC South showdown!
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 2014 Season
The defending NFC South champions boast one of the most inexpensive tickets in the NFL. While Carolina Panthers tickets are up 15 percent on the secondary market over last year, at an average price of $200 they are seventh cheapest in the league. The most affordable game on the Carolina Panthers schedule is Dec 14 against NFC South rivals Tampa Bay (avg. $146). Expect demand to surge for the Week 15 affair if the Bucs are in the playoff hunt. On the opposite side of the spectrum, Panthers tickets are in highest demand for the Oct 5 game against the Chicago Bears (avg. $337). Perhaps the most anticipated game of the year for the Panthers, will be a road trip to Baltimore to face former Carolina receiver Steve Smith (released in February) and the Ravens (avg. $316). Without the team’s all-time leading receiver, the Panthers should draft a wide receiver to add depth to a lineup that was depleted of its top four wide receivers from last season. Six days after the release of Smith, Pantherland hero Cam Newton underwent surgery to tighten the ligaments in his ankle (March 19). The former number 1 draft pick will look to veterans Jerricho Cotchery, Jason Avant and Tiquan Underwood to fill the void in the WR role.
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 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.