Saints- Panthers "Panthers Finish Season Strong"

Nikolai ClaryContributor IJanuary 5, 2010

CHARLOTTE, NC - JANUARY 03:  Jon Beason #52 of the Carolina Panthers celebrates after a 23-10 vicotry over the New Orleans Saints during their game at Bank of America Stadium on January 3, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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While Starting the season 0-3 The Carolina Panthers looked as theywere going to have a rough season, this was the case. Jake Delhomme was the QB and when they were struggling things just got worse. Jake threw 20 Ints a career high for him, Jake was looking like he had no idea what to overcome. Jake soon got some wins in the books but it wasnt enough to seek playoff hopes. The Panthers were 5-8 heading into the 3 toughest games of the season, Minnestoa, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints. The Panthers wanted to and needed to  win out to see if their was even an shot at playoffs.Matt Moore was their QB with Jake Out with a broken right finger.  So the 3 games went by Carolina started it off by beating Minnesota 23-7, 6-8, then embrassing  the Giants at their home turf 44-9,7-8, and last by not least Creaming New Orleans 23-10, 8-8 Regular Season done!. The Panthers had finished strong and emotinally. Head Coach John Fox was very pleased at which and how the Panthers Finished heck, everybody was too. The Panthers still have John Fox as a Head Coach next year, but the Panthers are deciding what to do for the struggling veteran QB Jake Delhomme. The Panthers look into the future and they seek wins and hopefully playoffs and a superbowl. But right now all that is on their minds is Next Year. Go Panthers !