The Carolina Panthers are a young team on the rise with a lot of potential. They play at Bank of America Stadium located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The fans want their team to play well and win every game, so they will be packing the 73,000 seat stadium every Sunday. To catch all this great action visit BroadRippleTickets.com to purchase Carolina Panthers home and away game tickets today!
The Carolina Panthers are one of the up and coming teams in the National Football League. Despite their losing record, Carolina made many improvements. One of those improvements was in their record. In 2010, the Panthers finished with a franchise worse 2-14 record the prior season, but improved to 6-10 last season. The Panthers still missed the playoffs for the third year a row, but are on the verge of making the NFC South Division more competitive each season.
The Panthers had the biggest year-to-year offensive improvement in their history. They were dead last in 2010, and moved up to 4th offensively in 2011. Carolina had one of the best seasons in the running game the franchise ever saw. The rushing attack eclipsed the record held by the 2000 St. Louis Rams and in the process Carolina became the first team in NFL history to have three players with 7000 or more yards in rushing in the same season. Mostly the success of the Panthers last season can be attributed to quarterback Cam Newton, who was taken first by the Panthers in the 2011 NFL Draft.
One area the Panthers look to make significant improvements is their defense. Carolina's defense was ranked last in the league. They allowed the fifth-most total yards in the league on defense in 2011, and the sixth-most points. Their pass defense gave up 7.6 yards per pass attempt, tied for worst in the league, and their 6.2 yards allowed per play was tied for third-worst in the league.
There is more excitement around the Carolina Panthers entering this season than in seasons past. The Panthers play their home games at beautiful Bank of America Stadium, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, which holds 73,000 football fans. Though the Panthers have not had a winning record in recent years the stadium often sells out. Don't miss your chance to see the Panthers competing against NFC South division rivals purchase Carolina Panthers Tickets today!
What stadium do the Carolina Panthers call home? Bank Of America Stadium, Charlotte
Who is the coach of the Carolina Panthers? Ron Rivera
What was the first year the Carolina Panthers played in the NFL? 1996
What division do the Carolina Panthers compete in? NFC South
Who is the owner of the Carolina Panthers? Jerry Richardson