Carolina Panthers Tickets

Carolina Panthers tickets are for sale to enjoy this 2011 NFL season at Bank of America Stadium as Cam Newton continues to amaze. The Panthers schedule is going to give him plenty of chances to frustrate the opposition with his ability to move the chains with his feet and with deep bombs to Steve Smith. TheSeats has the Panther tickets to see this rising star in person.

Carolina Panthers Tickets for Sale

The Carolina Panthers have the fifth-best passing offense and eighth-best running offense, picking up 288.4 yards and 128.1 yards respectively. Newton has an 82.8 QB Rating with nearly 300 yards a game, eight touchdowns, and nine interceptions. He has had his troubles as evident by his picks, but Newton has been just as effective running the football on broken plays. He has 266 yards and seven touchdowns so far.

Steve Smith has been an unlikely Pro Bowl player this season. He has 818 yards after 39 receptions. He is averaging 21 yards a catch and 17 receptions of more than 20 yards. Smith has moved the ball for 29 first downs too. Newton has made great use of a rookie's traditional best friend in the passing game in the NFL, hitting tight ends Jeremy Shockey and Greg Olsen a combined 48 times.

Sadly the running game has been nothing but trouble outside of Newton. DeAngelo Williams and Jonathon Stewart have had their stats padded with single great performances. Otherwise, the Carolina Panthers have also had major issues stopping the run. They have the fourth worst run defense in the league and fans cannot expect it to get any better.

Carolina Panthers History

The Carolina Panthers began playing in 1995 and have thrilled fans with Panther tickets to Bank of America ever since. Despite the franchise's relative youth compared to storied teams like the Packers, Giants, and Bears, Carolina has earned bragging rights after a few impressive seasons in the 21st century.

The most impressive season has been the 2003 season. The Carolina Panthers went 11-5, finishing first in the NFC South. The football team trounced the Cowboys 29-10 in the Wild Card round, survived a double overtime game against the Rams in the divisional round, and beat the Eagles in the NFC Championship. Then, in Super Bowl XXXVIII, the Panthers met the Patriots. This proved to be a close game, but New England triumphed, winning 32-29.

The game has been called the "Greatest Super Bowl of All Time". Kicker Adam Vinatieri won the game with four seconds left on a 41-yard field goal. Quarterback Jake Delhoume hit Steve Smith and Muhsin Muhammad for long bombs, but Tom Brady kept the Patriots in the game and engineered the last drive to put New England in the position to win.

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Event Date/Time Venue/City  
2018 Carolina Panthers Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Sep 8, 2018
Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC
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