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Carolina Panthers tickets available for a season that has Cam Newton and Company defending an NFC South Championship. In the NFC South, that is extremely difficult to do. This is a division which normally sees plenty of turnover and few repeat champions. Carolina will have to defy plenty of history to clinch the title again. Coming off a 12-win season, you would expect the Panthers to stand pat, keep their roster intact, and go at it again. You would be wrong.

 The 2014 Carolina Panthers have plenty of new faces and said goodbye to some old stalwarts. Steve Smith is gone, a victim of age and salary cap. The Panthers dumped all of their pass catchers and signed Jerrico Cotchery, Jason Avant, and found Kelvin Benjamin with their first pick in the draft. Benjamin is expected to make a huge impact. The 6’ 4” 240 pounder is the future best friend of Cam Netwon, and he’ll need him. The Panthers enter the 2014 NFL season with plenty of questions on offense. However, their ace in the hole is Cam Newton, who just finished his best season as a pro. Given some protection and some veteran receivers, Newton could push the envelope of greatness in 2014.

 Of course, Panthers tickets holders love their defense. A unit that held together all season got better over the break. Carolina signed a pair of veteran safeties in Roman Harper and Thomas DeCoud. The defensive line features Charles Johnson and Greg Hardy. When you have to stop Drew Brees and Matt Ryan you can’t have enough rushers. To get there Carolina drafted Kony Ealy out of Missouri, a defensive end that should find playing time right away, adding depth and youth to the starting rotation.

 2014 Panthers tickets now have something of a reputation. The New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons have owned this division. Last season’s win by Carolina puts them in the middle of the NFC South conversation again. However, they will have to produce. Tickets to key division games against the Saints and Falcons will go quickly. A look at the schedule tells you the Panthers will also welcome the Detroit Lions, Seattle Seahawks, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Panthers tickets are selling out on the strength of last season’s performance. 2014 could be even better. 

Carolina  Panthers Tickets

His name is Cam. And he is the man.

Can Newton has created a mighty buzz over Carolina Panthers tickets and solidified his status as one of the most exciting young players in the league.

Newton enters his third season electrifying the crowd at Bank of America Stadium and appears poised to have his best year to date. That could mean Panthers tickets deliver an extra-special surprise this season – a trip to the playoffs. To accomplish that, Newton will have to better his performance last season when he led the Panthers in passing and rushing yards.

While a lot of the Panthers’ playoff dreams depend on Newton, this team has plenty of the key ingredients to produce a postseason contender. Coach Ron Rivera has had an up-and-down start to his tenure at Bank of American Stadium in beautiful Charlotte. The Panthers have produced thrilling victories with big plays from Newton and electric wide receiver Steve Smith. That combination is explosive and has teamed up many of time to the delight of Panthers ticket holders.

Don’t forget about this squad’s battery of running backs, either. DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart form one of the most potent backfield combinations in the league.

It won’t be easy for the Panthers to make a playoff run, though. They face a brutal schedule, highlighted by the home opener against the rising Seattle Seahawks, a November showdown with the New England Patriots at Bank of American Stadium in addition to dealing with the NFC South.

With the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons considered Super Bowl contenders along with the improving Tampa Bay Buccaneers, this division is among the toughest in the league.

Do the Panthers have the answers to grind through the division and its difficult overall schedule? The best way to find out is to buy Carolina Panthers tickets from This team could have a surprise playoff run in store for those who do. Plus, don’t discount the value of getting a live look at one the most electric players in the league, the man nicknamed Superman, Cam Newton.

Carolina Panthers football ticket info 2010-2011

Admit it: Carolina Panthers tickets didn’t have much appeal, heading into the offseason. The Panthers stunk up the joint for most of last season. With highlights few and far between, Panthers ticket holder were quite frustrated by the end of the year. And who can blame them? It just wasn’t all that fun to spend a Sunday afternoon watching the Panthers get pummeled at Bank of America Stadium.

Then, in the first couple months of the offseason, the Panthers lost stud defensive end Julius Peppers, who signed a huge deal with the Chicago Bears. Carolina Panthers ticket holders also saw veteran quarterback Jake Delhomme head out of town, leaving unproven Matt Moore as the top QB option. It all seemed to point to a rebuilding year in Carolina.
But then something happened; something amazing and unexpected. Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen, who some projected to go in the top five of the entire draft, dropped all the way into the Panthers lap in the second round.
It was a huge boost for Panthers ticket holders, who suddenly had reason to believe their 2010 Panthers tickets had much more potential than they did a few months ago.
Clausen was a golden boy recruit for Notre Dame. He arrived in a stretch limo for his press conference to announce that he would play his college ball for Charlie Weis and the Irish. Things didn’t go exactly as planned at Notre Dame for Clausen. He put up decent numbers in his Irish career, but he certainly wasn’t Heisman-caliber stats.
Panthers ticket holders are hoping that changes in Carolina, where Clausen will be surrounded with a solid cast of offensive stars. Shifty wide receiver Steve Smith is in the second half of his NFL career, but he’s still extremely dangerous. Don’t forget about running back DeAngelo Williams, either. The Memphis product is entering his prime and will provide a nice safety net for Clausen to utilize.
All in all, things are looking for Carolina Panthers tickets. It wasn’t too long ago that you couldn’t say that without snickering. But now, with Clausen at the helm of a better-than-average offense, things appear to be headed in the right direction.
Don’t be surprised if Carolina Panthers tickets become a hot item during the 2010 NFL season, red-hot in fact.

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2008 Carolina Panthers Tickets

Carolina Panthers tickets may see the sun rise on a great season in 2008, bolstered by lessons learned in a losing season and the addition of some key pickups in the NFL Draft. It’s not an unusual scenario for Panthers fans. For years they’ve watched their team wreak havoc on the NFC South and the NFL in general for a season then fall far back in the pack the next. Prior to their Super Bowl appearance the Carolina Panthers were the worst team in their division. If the pattern holds true Panthers tickets could be a one-way ticket to the playoffs.

Panthers Tickets Get a Boost in the NFL Draft

On paper, the Carolina Panthers had one of the best drafts in the league. Looking for help in the running game after DeShaum Foster put up mediocre numbers the Panthers turned to Jonathan Stewart of Oregon to beef up the power. Stewart gained almost 3,000 yards for the Ducks despite playing in only 25 games and should mesh well with the shiftier DeAngelo Williams. Keeping their eye on the ground, Carolina opted for Jeff Otah, one of the higher ranked offensive linemen to open holes for their new back. Two linebackers, Dan Connor and Hilee Taylor, fill an obvious need and Panthers ticket holders should see an improved defense in 2008.

2008 Carolina Panthers Schedule

Looking at the lineup of teams heading for Bank of America Stadium, you can’t help but be excited about Panthers tickets. First of all there’s the usual gong of NFC South competition. The New Orleans Saints, with one of the NFL’s most potent offenses featuring Drew Brees and Reggie Bush, will show on Oct. 19th. Tampa Bay hits town Dec. 8th. You can also catch the Chicago Bears, Kansas City Chiefs, and Denver Broncos at Bank of America Stadium in 2008. The Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons, and Arizona Cardinals round out the home schedule. With that kind of lineup, and an improved running game to go with it, Carolina Panthers tickets are a sure way to see some great NFL football

2007 Carolina Panthers Tickets – On the Prowl

1) Bang for the Buck - Carolina Panthers tickets are always a good bet for NFL fans. The Panthers play tough, old fashioned football, with just enough flash to get the job done. The Panthers struggled last season, which is all the more reason to get Panthers tickets. Remember when Carolina went from 1-15 to the Super Bowl?
2) Delhomme Returns – Jake Delhomme may not be the most exciting player around but he’s perfect for the John Fox offense. That was evident in 2006 when Delhomme went down and Chris Weinke took over. The resulting swoon killed the Panthers playoff hopes.
3) David Carr – How can a backup quarterback be this important? Panthers ticket holders can give you the answer to that question. David Carr is a much better quarterback than Weinke ever was. That’s important in the injury prone NFL. But even more important is the fact that Carr will push Delhomme to keep his starting job.
4) Steve Smith – The guy is unstoppable. Despite being the focus of every defense the Panthers meet, Steve Smith still managed to notch over 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns in 2006. Now Smith is locked down for the future after signing a new contract. If you’re in Bank of America Stadium, keep your eyes on #89.
5) Dwayne Jarrett – After saying goodbye to Keyshawn Johnson, the Panthers nabbed their franchise possession receiver with the choice of Dwayne Jarrett in the 2nd Round of the NFL Draft. The USC bred wideout is a prototype NFL go-to guy.
6) Dan Morgan Returns – The Panthers missed linebacker Dan Morgan sorely in 2006. But Morgan is back in 2007 and claims to be healthier than ever after a year and a half on the sidelines. Having Morgan in the middle is the Panthers ticket to improvement on defense.
7) Jon Beason – Carolina may love having Dan Morgan back but Beason is the future. The #1 draft choice gives the Panthers insurance on Morgan. But if Morgan stays healthy, and John Fox gets the pair of them on the field together, opposing offenses have a tough nut to crack.
8) The Battle – Who will start at running back for the Carolina Panthers? Both DeAngelo Williams and Deshaun Foster have shown flashes of talent, but neither seems durable enough to last a season. They’ll more than likely split time if no clear winner emerges in camp.
9) The NFC South – Carolina Panthers tickets are your pass to see some great NFC South rivalries. The NFC South has put a team in the NFC Championship for five straight years. The Panthers, New Orleans Saints, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have each had their turn. Who will it be in 2007?
10) Head Coach John Fox – John Fox is one of the most respected coaches in the NFL. Year after year he puts a tough, competitive team on the field. After tasting a Super Bowl a few years back, Fox wants that Lombardi Trophy at home in Bank of America Stadium.

1 p.m.
The Louisiana Superdome

Early in the season this was viewed as a crucial game in the NFC South. But New Orleans surprised everyone by clinching the division and a #2 seed in the NFL Playoffs. Carolina surprised everyone by folding their tents. The Panthers did pull of a win against Atlanta last week using the ground game almost exclusively. A win here depends on New Orleans protecting their starters for the playoffs. We don’t think that will happen as the Panthers limp through a disappointing season. NFL Prediction: New Orleans Saints 24 Carolina Panthers 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina has to keep the ball away from a high powered Drew Brees. Take DeShaun Foster. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

We know why you’re here looking for Carolina Panthers tickets — Steve Smith. We don’t blame you either. Who doesn’t want to catch a live glimpse of the best receiver in football? T.O. who? While the former Eagle and current Dallas showboat was sitting out last season, Smith rambunctiously took over the spotlight. What does he have in store for an encore in the 2006 NFL season? Find out by picking up your Carolina Panthers tickets today.

Smith’s breakout season was filled with highlight-reel plays and unique touchdown celebrations. The former Utah standout missed most of the 2004 season with a leg injury. Thirteen touchdowns later, he appears to be completely healthy. Smith racked up more than 1,500 receiving yards in 2005. He was especially potent in the playoffs. He torched the Chicago Bears for 218 yards and two touchdowns in the second round and danced all the way to the NFC title game.

The Panthers’ season would end there at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. In 2006, head coach John Fox will be looking to take that next step. He’ll have steady quarterback Jake Delhomme at the helm of an offense that looks awfully similar to the 2003 Panther unit that went all the way to the Super Bowl.

Delhomme threw for more 3,400 yards and 24 touchdowns last season. Running back DeShaun Foster, despite starting just five games, ran for more than 800 yards. If Foster keeps up that pace and is able to play a full season, the Panthers will be in good shape. But if the pesky injury bug does bite Foster, Carolina appears to be in good hands with first-round draft pick DeAngelo Williams. The Panthers traded up in the 2006 draft to nab Williams. The Memphis product shouldn’t disappoint. Williams ended his college career as the NCAA all-time total yards leader. He’s as effective catching passes as he is running between the tackles.

But it’s the defense, not the offense, which will be the Panthers’ ticket back to the Super Bowl. Led by All-Pro defensive end Julius Peppers, Carolina’s defense promises to leave opposing quarterbacks feeling blue. Watch out for linebacker Dan Morgan, too. The former Miami Hurricane has a habit of giving offenses fits as well.

The Panthers are one of the favorites in the NFC. So don’t wait to too long before reserving your Carolina Panthers tickets.



1 p.m.
The Georgia Dome

The Carolina Panthers were touted as Super Bowl contenders in the pre-season. Over the last few games they've been toilet bowl contenders. Can they rally the troops and put up a respectable showing this week against a Falcons team battling to keep its playoff hopes up? We don't think so. Will Delhomme return to quarterback the Panthers and lift the offense out of the doldrums? Maybe. We still don't think the Panthers can stop Vick and the Falcons running attack playing like a bunch of sore losers. NFL Prediction: Atlanta Falcons 24, Carolina Panthers 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: If Delhomme returns play him. Otherwise take DeShaun Foster and pray. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

8:30 pm, Monday
War Memorial Stadium

The Carolina Panthers are in a must win situation. In giving up the ghost against Washington last week they also surrendered the lead in the NFC South to the Saints. New Orleans figures to win against San Francisco so the Panthers have to win just to keep within a game of the Saints. Are you paying attention? Luckily, the Eagles can all but pack it in now that McNabb is hurt. And looking at the way the Eagles defense played against Indy it appears the players know the score. Still, the Eagles will be paying close attention to the way the Redskins shut down Steve Smith. If they can mirror that performance then maybe, just maybe….Naah. NFL Prediction: Carolina Panthers 27, Philadelphia Eagles 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith rebounds from only five catches in D.C (Last week: Smith — 5 catches, 34 yards, 1 TD) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

1 pm, Sunday
FedEx Field

Carolina is starting to look like the Super Bowl contender everyone thought they would be. The Panthers defense has come alive as of late, sacking Marc Bulger seven times in their 15-0 shutout of the Rams. The Panthers are now leading the NFC South by a half game. Traveling to Washington to play the schizo Redskins at FedEx Field is a big challenge though. But with the Panthers running game back on track, and the defense starting to jell, Carolina should have the edge against a Redskins team starting a young quarterback. NFL Prediction: Carolina Panthers 27, Washington Redskins 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith continues to spark the Panthers offense (Last week: Smith - 4 catches, 90 yards, 1 TD) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

4 pm, Sunday
Bank of America Stadium

After a lackluster start to the season, Carolina showed signs of life in Monday night’s win over Tampa Bay. But the Panthers have a long way to go in order to prove that they’re Super Bowl contenders. All-Pro wide receiver Steve Smith will have something to say about that, when the Rams come to town on> NFL Prediction: Carolina 27, St. Louis 23
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith (Last week: Smith — 8 catches, 149 yards, 1 TD) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

8:30 p.m., Monday
Bank of America Stadium

The Panthers need a win against Tampa Bay and they need it bad. New Orleans and Atlanta are running away with the division, and Carolina is falling quickly out of the race. Luckily, the Panthers are coming off a much needed bye week, and face a self-destructing Buccaneers team, who have a firm grip on last place in the NFC South. The Panthers 4-4 record has disappointed a lot of fans who had Steve Smith and the cats pegged as a Super Bowl contender. Don't give up on Carolina just yet, this team has all the tools it needs to succeed. On offense, there's Smith, Keyshawn Johnson and Jake Delhomme firing on all cylinders. And then on defense, there's the most athletic defensive end in all of football, Julius Peppers. Rookie Bruce Gradkowski will see no mercy from Peppers on Monday Night Football. The national stage may be just what the Panthers need to show the NFL that they are not done, and that they are still strong contenders for the NFC Championship. NFL Prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Steve Smith is one of the best in the business, and Carolina's key to victory. (Last week: Carolina Bye)

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8:15 p.m., Sunday
Bank of American Stadium

In a matchup of two of the best receivers in the game, Steve Smith and the Carolina Panthers will play host to Terrell Owens and the Dallas Cowboys on Football Night in America. The Panthers couldn't find any offense in the second half in last week's loss to Cincinnati, but  Smith and Jake Delhomme will be out to change that on Sunday Night football. Smith has been sensational since missing the first two games of the season and continues to put up numbers to match any receiver in the NFL. Owens has picked up his game as well in recent weeks. He hauled in three touchdowns in a win over Houston and had another touchdown grab in last week's disappointing loss to the Giants. NFL Prediction: Dallas 24, Carolina 21
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith is a one-man wrecking crew for the Panthers. (Last Week: Smith - 8 catches, 126 yards, 0 TD)

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1 p.m., Sunday
Bank of American Stadium

The Carolina Panthers are hot again after back to back wins including a streak ending victory over the unbeaten New Orleans Saints. Now they get the Cleveland Browns, widely regarded as a pushover but fresh off a win over the Oakland Raiders. Can Carolina keep their momentum? It sure looks good for Panthers fans with Steve Smith putting the Panthers offense back on track. NFL Prediction: Carolina 21, Cleveland Browns 10
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith (Last week: Steve Smith — 10 catches, 87 yards, 1 TD)
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New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers Tickets
1 p.m., Sunday
Bank of American Stadium

After last week’s hard-fought victory at Tampa Bay, the Panthers will look to continue their climb up the NFC South ladder. They’ll need a big game from quarterback Jake Delhomme, a Louisiana native, if the Panthers want to upend the red-hot Saints. NFL Prediction: New Orleans 24, Carolina 21
(Last Week: 10-4/Season 43-13)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith (Last week: Panthers defense — 21 points allowed, 1 sack, 1 INT)
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Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1 p.m., Sunday
Raymond James Stadium
The hipster pick to go to the Super Bowl in the preseason, the Carolina Panthers are struggling to get out of the bottom of the barrel in the NFC South. Luckily, they face the hapless Buccaneers who have scored a grand total of three points this season. Look for DeShaun Foster to have a huge game against a Bucs defense that gave up over 300 yards on the ground to the Falcons in week 2. One of these teams is going to go 0-3 this week, and its not going to be the Panthers, especially if Steve Smith is healthy. NFL Prediction: Panthers 13, Buccaneers 7
(Last week: 13-3/Season: 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Carolina Panthers Defense. (Last week: Jake Delhomme, 17 of 33, 181 yards)
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