The Panthers have only been part of the NFL action since 1995, but in that short amount of time the team have quickly developed into a winner and boast a resume more impressive than what many franchises have achieved in the Super Bowl era. The Panthers showed they mean business appearing in the NFC Championship game in. Only their second season. That was no false dawn as the team have since gone on to play in a pair of Super Bowls. Losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII and the Broncos in Super Bowl 50 only motivate this team more in its quest to get to football’s promised land.
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The Panthers play in the NFC South along with the Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While none of these teams played in the pre-Super Bowl era, the division has produced several Super Bowl and NFC champions since its creation in 2002 and the recent bragging rights in the division have gone Carolina’s way. With the opposition hungry to knock them off their perch there is no shortage of action available to bettors wagering on the Panthers.
Carolina Panthers Schedule
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Carolina Panthers Standings
Like most divisions, the NFC South is a tight race. To see where the Panthers stand every week, or to see where they rank in the NFC or against the rest of the NFL overall, our rankings table below provides accurate and up to date information.
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As an expansion team the Carolina Panthers skipped out on the extended struggles early on. Not only did they make the playoffs but they advanced all the way to the NFC Championship in only their second season in 1996. The Panthers continued to build into the 2000’s appearing in their first Super Bowl at the end of the 2003 season losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
A further two NFC Championship appearances and a second Super Bowl appearance show that this is a team on the rise. Coming up short against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 means there is still some work to be done to get to their ultimate goal, but given how the Panthers work expect that goal to be achieved quickly.
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