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The Panthers scored on five of six possessions in the first half, including two touchdowns in the game's first seven minutes. Their 17 points in the first quarter were their most in the quarter since Week 14 of 2015.
The Panthers scored on five of six possessions in the first half, including two touchdowns in the game's first seven minutes. Their 17 points in the first quarter were their most in the quarter since Week 14 of 2015.
 
Yes, he was back. And it didn't take long to remind anyone of it.
 
While Panthers head coach Matt Rhule has tried to keep things as level as possible, he acknowledged Monday the likelihood that quarterback Cam Newton will have a bigger role this week.
While Panthers head coach Matt Rhule has tried to keep things as level as possible, he acknowledged Monday the likelihood that quarterback Cam Newton will have a bigger role this week.
 
My favorite professional football team, the Carolina Panthers, have just defeated the Arizona Cardinals 49 to 15, and will be headed to the 50th Super Bowl.
My favorite professional football team, the Carolina Panthers, have just defeated the Arizona Cardinals 49 to 15, and will be headed to the 50th Super Bowl.
 
Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and John McCain (R-AZ) have wagered the delivery of a humbling Senate floor speech on the outcome of tomorrow's NFC Championship Game between the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals.
Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and John McCain (R-AZ) have wagered the delivery of a humbling Senate floor speech on the outcome of tomorrow's NFC Championship Game between the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals.
 
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