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Panthers to Tackle NFLs Most Difficult Schedule in 2013
After a rocky sophomore season for both head coach Ron Rivera and quarterback Cam Newton, the Carolina Panthers will look to bounce back in 2013. The squad went out on a high note in 2012, as the Panthers won five of their final six games to finish tied for second place in the NFC South division. Looking to make improvements in the offseason, the Panthers signed wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr. and linebacker Chase Blackburn, hoping to add valuable experience to the field that could prove vital as they face some of the NFL’s toughest competitors throughout the season.
The Panthers 2013 schedule is statistically this year’s most difficult in the NFL, but Carolina will look to start the season off right, beginning with the home and season opener against the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 8. The Panthers will head north the following week to face the AFC East rival, Buffalo Bills, on Sept. 15, before closing out the month with the visiting New York Giants on Sept. 22. As the season wears on, be sure to make note of highly anticipated matchups against the San Francisco 49ers (Nov. 10), New England Patriots (Nov. 18), and newly restructured Miami Dolphins (Nov. 24). The squad will close out the final two weeks of the season against the New Orleans Saints (Dec. 22), and the defending division champion, Atlanta Falcons, on Dec. 29. Join the crowd at Bank of America Stadium with a purchase of Panthers tickets in stock now.
Tough Stretch Ahead for Panthers
Second-year quarterback, Cam Newton, is back after a promising first season that earned him Rookie of the Year honors. Through three games, Newton has amassed 798 yards and is 53-for-83 passing with two touchdowns. On the receiving end, Greg Olsen and Steve Smith have both tallied 14 receptions, though Smith leads the team comfortably with 296 yards, with Brandon LaFell second with 182 yards.
The Carolina Panthers themselves are off to a bit of a bumpy start, though they were able to edge division rival, New Orleans, in week two to collect their first win of the season. The remaining home schedule is arguably one of the toughest in the league, with the Panthers set to face regular playoff contenders including currently undefeated Atlanta and Bill Simmons’ Super Bowl favorite, Seattle. Fans can check out the inventory above for the complete list of Carolina Panthers tickets currently in stock.