1. Disecting Dallas: A Good Example of What's Wrong in Carolina

    The Carolina Panthers are 0-3 after suffering defeat to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football.  It's almost comical how message boards and pundits have reacted...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about almost 5 years ago 411 reads 6 comments

  2. Jake Delhomme: Playing The "What If?" Game

    The season hasn't even started yet, and already fans have begun criticizing Jake Delhomme. Darin Gantt reports that in the press box of the Ravens game someone stated that Delhomme wouldn't start for any other team in the league...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about almost 5 years ago 279 reads 9 comments

  3. Preseason Preview: Carolina Panthers Vs. Baltimore Ravens

    This Saturday night the Panthers play their first game of the year at Bank of America stadium. They'll be playing yet another high pressure defense, and yet another 2008 AFC playoff team—the Baltimore Ravens...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about almost 5 years ago 778 reads 8 comments

  4. Preview: Miami Dolphins Vs. Carolina Panthers

    This week the Panthers head south to play their second straight 2008 division winner that, coincidentally, they will also meet during the regular season...

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  5. Carolina Panthers: Davis' Turn To Shine

    Thomas Davis has high hopes for the 2009 season. Recently on the Frank and Buck Show on Charlotte's WFNZ-AM, he stated that anything less than being named an All-Pro this season would be a disappointment...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 220 reads 1 comments

  6. As Fate Would Have It, a Different Take on Carolina's Injuries

    The Carolina Panthers made very few changes this offseason. Salary cap issues, the lack of available free agents that would fit well, and a general satisfaction with the current roster ...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 287 reads 2 comments

  7. The Key To the Carolina Panthers Success in 2009 (It's All On You, Ron)

    As training camp begins, there's a buzz in the air. Fans are eagerly waiting for their favorite players to take the field, looking forward to meeting the new faces, and speculating on their ability to contribute right away...

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  8. Meet the Rookies! A Guide To the Carolina Panthers' New Faces in 2009

    With training camp a week away, hard-core Panther fans are preparing trips to Spartanburg to finally break their football fast and watch their favorite players go through drills and fight for roster spots...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 295 reads 2 comments

  9. Carolina Panthers Doomed With Jake Delhomme? Don't Count On It.

    Almost before the final whistle blew during Carolina's disappointing playoff game against the Cardinals, pundits were already outlining articles blaming the entire game on Jake Delhomme, and ...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 1,831 reads 38 comments

  10. Beneath the Surface, a Look at the Panthers' Depth in 2009

    Did Geoff Hangartner save the Panthers season in 2008?There's an argument to be made that he did. Although he wasn't first anywhere on the depth chart, he still started eight games at right guard and center...

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  11. NFC South: Three New Faces, Three New Defenses

    In the eyes of many national pundits, the NFC South is known as a defensive division. The reason why is a bit of a mystery though, as it's been several years since Atlanta and Carolina fielded ...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 858 reads 3 comments

  12. Four Quarters: A Look at the Carolina Panthers' 2009 Schedule, Pt. 4

    Conventional wisdom says the Panthers are a tough team to play in December. There's some merit to that, as the Panthers have gone 21-12 in December and January under John Fox...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 301 reads 0 comments

  13. Four Quarters: A Look at the Carolina Panthers' 2009 Schedule, Pt. 3

    Historically, under John Fox the Panthers follow good seasons with 7-9 efforts. That's not the best sign for the 2009 squad. But when you look at the reason why, there's a little cause for optimism...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 441 reads 3 comments

  14. Four Quarters: A Look at the Carolina Panthers' 2009 Schedule, Pt. 2

    In our first article in this series, we explored the first "quarter" of the upcoming football season. The concept, as explained there, is that John Fox likes to look at the season in terms of quarters, with a goal of going 3-1 or 4-0 in each one...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 523 reads 10 comments

  15. Four Quarters: A Look at the Carolina Panthers' 2009 Schedule, Pt. 1

    Any NFL fan will tell you that this is the worst time of the year. The draft is long past, OTAs are over, and the only NFL news out there concerns a bunch of also-ran and never-was free agents...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 433 reads 6 comments

  16. Character Matters, The Secret To The Panthers' Success

    Across the NFL, the overall talent level is pretty comparable. Sure, some teams load up on defense, some on offense. Some seem to have a few superstars and a supporting cast while others just have a solid group of talented players...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 251 reads 7 comments

  17. The 2009 Carolina Defense: Inside Out to Outside In

    OK, start by placing your hands right here, like this. Adjust your stance, balance on this foot but disguise it if you can, and prepare to spring in this direction on the snap. Concentrate on putting the drive block back on his heels...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 206 reads 12 comments

  18. The Carolina Panthers' Offense in 2009: Hope for Change or Not?

    The NFL offseason is a time of hope. Possibilities are endless; fans of the lowliest franchises start talking playoffs, while the more fortunate teams speculate over their chances to play in the Super Bowl...

    Ben Ellington Written by Ben Ellington about 5 years ago 372 reads 9 comments