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    Carolina Panthers: Bringing the Super Bowl to Queen City?

    The Carolina Panthers

    Bringing the Super Bowl to Queen City?
    Pre-Season:

    New York Giants 17, Panthers 13
    Panthers 27, Miami Dolphins 17
    Panthers 30, Baltimore Ravens 20
    Pittsburgh Steelers 25, Panthers 20

    2009 Carolina Panthers Opening Day Depth Chart

    Quaterback

    Jake Delhomme #17
    Josh McCown #12
    Matt Moore #03

    Half-Back

    Deangelo Williams #34
    Jonathan Stewart #28
    Mike Goodson #33

    Full-Back

    Brad Hoover #45
    Tony Fiammetta #42

    Wide Receiver

    Steve Smith #89
    Mushin Muhammad #87
    Dwayne Jarrett #80
    Kenneth Moore #81
    Ryne Robinson #10

    Tight End

    Jeff King #47
    Dante Rosario #88
    Gary Barnidge #82

    Left Tackle

    Jordan Gross #69
    Geoff Schwartz #74

    Left Guard

    Travelle Wharton #70
    Mackenzy Bernadeau #65

    Center

    Ryan Kalil #67
    Justin Geisinger #58

    Right Guard

    Keydrick Vincent #68
    Duke Robinson #70

    Right Tackle

    Jeff Otah #79
    Gerald Cadogan #76

    Left End

    Tyler Brayton #96
    Charles Johnson #68
    Everette Brown #91

    Right End

    Julius Peppers #90
    Everette Brown #91
    Hilee Taylor #61

    Defensive Tackle

    Ma'ake Kemoeatu #99
    Damione Lewis #92
    Nick Hayden #78
    Babatunde Oshinowo #97
    Corvey Irvin #93

    Left Outside Linebacker

    Thomas Davis #58
    James Anderson #50
    Landon Johnson #59

    Middle Linebacker

    Jon Beason #52
    Dan Connor #57
    Landon Johnson #59

    Right Outside Linebacker

    Na'il Diggs #53
    Landon Johnson #59
    James Anderson #50

    Corner Back

    Chris Gamble #20
    Richard Marshall #31
    Dante Wesley #21
    C.J. Wilson #27
    Captain Munnerlyn #41

    Free Safety

    Charles Godfrey #30
    Nate Salley #25
    Sherrod Martin #23

    Strong Safety

    Chris Harris #43
    Quinton Teal #26

    Kicker

    John Kasay #04
    Jason Barker #07

    Punter

    Jason Barker #07
    John Kasay #04

    Kick Return

    Ryne Robinson #10
    Kenneth Moore #81
    Jonathan Stewart #28
    Chris Gamble #20
    Captain Munnerlyn #41

    Punt Return

    Jonathan Stewart #28
    Ryne Robinson #10
    Chris Gamble #20
    Captain Munnerlyn #41
    Charles Godfrey #30

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    Re: Carolina Panthers: Bringing the Super Bowl to Queen City?

    Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles (0-0) @ Carolina Panthers (0-0)

    Stadium: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
    Date: September 13, 2009
    Game Time: 1.00pm EDT
    Network: Fox
    TV Announcers: Dick Stockton and Charles Davis

    The Carolina Panthers opened up their new season with a home match against the Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams started their new season with three and outs. But Carolina were really looking to go much better on their next drive. Jason Delhomme got the attack lit up as he threw twelve yards to Tony Fiammetta. This was followed by a ten yard pass to Deangelo Williams as the Panthers were left on 2nd and Inches on the Philadelphia 43. Four huge rushes by Deangelo Williams left Carolina on the Philadelphia 19 as Carolina looked to finish the drive with one more big play. Jason Delhomme threw fourteen yard to Jeff King for a touchdown as the Panthers got their first Touchdown of the new season Carolina 7-0

    Philadelphia were looking to get right back into the game, and started off big as Donovan McNabb threw twelve yards to D. Jackson. With 0:23 left in the First Quarter, Philadelphia were looking to go big right before the end of the first, a play action led to Celek being open down the right. A nice throw from McNabb and Celek began his run. He got 22 yards before being hit hard by Charles Godfrey. This left Philadelphia at the 28 yard line going into the second. McNabb started the half big, throwing seven yards to Westbrook before getting tackled hard, He was taken off the field for treatment, bringing Kevin Kolb into the game. In two plays, Philadelphia had got into the endzone for a touchdown. 7-7

    Carolina got back under way immediately. A big return left Carolina at the 35 before Jake Delhomme threw 14 yards to Jeff King, leaving them at Midfield. Another six yard throw to Jeff King left Carolina at the 45. An amazing throw by Jake Delhomme sent Steve Smith 45 yards for a touchdown, making that three touchdowns in three drives. Carolina 14-7

    After a disappointing Philadelphia drive, Carolina got the ball back at their own 31 yard line. A few plays for short gains left Carolina on their own 45 before Jake Delhomme threw 18 yards to Jeff King, leaving them on the Philadelphia 37. Another huge pass by Delhomme, this time a 17 yard pass to Deangelo Williams but them on the 18 yard line. A 7 yard rush by Williams followed by a huge 11 yard rush on 2nd and 3 gave Carolina another TD. Carolina 21-7

    Philadelphia got the ball back on their own 29, leaving them in a spot with only 0:57 seconds left. A 14 yard throw by McNabb left Philly on their own 43 with 50 left. McNabb then threw two incomplete passes, getting rocked on both. Their next play resulted in an INT as McNabb went to release the ball but was cleaned out, the ball was dead in the air before coming down into the arms off Ma'ake Kemoeatu as he got 4 yards. Carolina then brought the ball 13 yards before John Kasay's 39 yard field goal attempt was converted, leaving Carolina at 24-7 going into half-time. Carolina 24-7

    Philly started the 3rd quarter on their in 33. McNabb wanted to come out fighting and started with a 7 yard pass to Celek. A good few passes later and Phillu were on their own 46 before McNabb threw a perfectly timed ball, right into the hand off J. Maclin for a 37 yard pick-up. McNabb made another completion, throwing 8 yards to R. Brown. Before getting sacked by Julius Peppers for a loss of two. On 4th and 4, Philly completed a field goal for three points. Carolina 24-10

    Nothing else really happened of note in the third quarter, But the start of the fourth saw Carolina come out swinging as Jake Delhomme threw 9 yards to Tony Fiammetta. Delhomme was then sacked on the next play as he tried to scramble before getting hit hard for a loss of 7 yards. An incomplete pass was followed up by an interception from T. Cole which lead to a TD. Carolina 24-17

    Half way through the 4th quarter and Philly have just came off an average drive that resulted in nothing. A decent punt by J. Stewart left Carolina fairly deep in their own half. But one massive throw by Jake Delhomme could have secured Carolina the game as he threw the ball around 8 yards that just looked thrown away but was caught by Deangelo Williams who proceeded to break around 2 tackles before completing his 69 yard run for a TD. Carolina 31-17. The Panthers managed to bring the ball down the field one last time to score a field goal to make it Carolina 34-17

    Game Stats:

    Total Offense:
    212, 342

    Passing Yards:
    201, 230

    Rushing Yards:
    11, 112

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    Re: Carolina Panthers: Bringing the Super Bowl to Queen City?

    Week 2

    Carolina Panthers (1-0) @ Atlanta Falcons (1-0)

    Stadium: Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
    Date: September 20, 2009
    Game Time: 1.00pm EDT
    Network: Fox
    TV Announcers: Dick Stockton and Charles Davis

    This NFC South rivalry kicked off in the same way as Carolina's last game, both sides started with a three and out. But Carolina got the ball back and nearly went three and out again. But a Jake Delhomme pass to Mushin Muhammad for 13 yards gave them their first, first down of the game. Two plays later and Carolina were 3rd and 4 on midfield when Jake Delhomme made great use of Tony Fiammetta as he broke free down the right for a gain of 26 yards. Two six yard rushes from DeAngelo Williams left Carolina on 1st down at the Atlanta 13. Carolina failed to make anything of the attack and went to 4th and 4 before converting a field goal for 3. Carolina 3-0

    With 2:28 left in the fourth quarter, Atlanta were left on 4th and 2 and punted the ball away, It was returned to Jonathan Stewart who returned for 5 yards. Delhomme once again made great use of Full-Back Tony Fiammetta, This time sending him 29 yards, leaving Carolina on the Atlanta 20. DeAnglelo Williams managed to get Carolina to 3rd and 4 before Delhomme completed another pass to Delhomme, this time he got 11 yards, leaving Carolina on 1st down on the Atlanta 3. A 3 yard rush by DeAngelo Williams gave Carolina there first TD. Carolina 10-0

    With slighty over a minute left in the second, Atlanta needed to make a big play going into half time. Matt Ryan managed to release the ball 34 yards to R. White, leaving Atlanta on the Carolina 44. Ryan made two more big passes that led to a gain of 20. Matt Ryan managed to find Michael Turner open down field for a 21 yard TD. Carolina 10-7

    Atlanta were forced to kick the ball off to Carolina to get the third quarter started. Two plays later and Carolina were only on 3rd and 9. But a big pass from Delhomme to Dwanye Jarrett gave them a big 25 yards. Another pass to Jarrett, this time a 15 yarder gave Carolina another first down. One play later and Carolina managed to find there way into the endzone from the Atlanta 26 as Delhomme passed 26 yards to DeAngelo Williams to give Carolina a considerable lead. Carolina 17-7

    With just under 3:00 minutes left in the third, Carolina had regained the ball. On their second play of the drive, Delhomme threw 23 yards to Jeff King. And again two plays later he threw 29 yards to Jeff King, who was just getting in to the game. A good few plays later and Carolina were left on the Atlanta 14, DeAngelo Williams drove the ball forward 12 yards, leaving them on the Atlanta 2. Williams finished the play with a 2 yard rush to give Carolina another touchdown. Carolina 24-7

    With 8:00 minutes left in the fourth, Atlanta had to make something big happen, and fast. Matt Ryan's second action on the play was an 11 yard pass to B. Finneran. It took Atlanta around 7 plays to get anything going, getting short gains each time. But they had fought up to the Carolina 19, but with only 2:35 left in the game, A win was probably out of reach. But Ryan made another successful pass to Finneran for 12 yards. Leaving them on the Carolina 8. On 4th and 5, Atlanta were five yards away from a TD, and converted when Ryan passed to R. White for a late Atlanta TD. Carolina 24-14

    Atlanta tried an onside kick, but were unsuccessful when Head Coach John Fox anticipated the move coming and collected the ball. DeAngelo Williams managed to rush 22 yards to leave Carolina on the Atlanta 14. But a 7 yard rush from Jonathan Stewart a few plays gave Carolina another TD. Carolina 31-14. Atlanta managed to drive the ball down the field one last time to get another touchdown after Matt Ryan threw 55 yards to J. Norwood for a TD. Carolina 31-21

    Game Stats:

    Total Offense:
    406, 302

    Passing Yards:
    286, 257

    Rushing Yards:
    120, 45

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