Arizona stood no chance against the Carolina Panthers


Carolina Panthers came into this game with everything to prove and prove it they did. They proved that they are for real, and force to be reckoned with.Will Cam Newton be able to continue his onslaught of awesome, and pull out what will be considered an upset, in Super Bowl 50? Both, the Broncos and the Panthers are fantastic teams, but since this will most likely be Manning’s last game in the NFL, losing to the Panthers will be a serious upset. I look forward to this Super Bowl, it should be a good game, and it is the historic 50th.

“Not even the loss of outside linebacker Thomas Davis (arm) and safety Roman Harper (eye) in the first half could keep the Panthers from cruising in the NFC Championship Game. Players stepped up everywhere. Not all were household names, either. There was wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr.’s amazing 22-yard touchdown run on a reverse against the Arizona team that released him after last season. There was wide receiver Corey Brown’s 86-yard touchdown catch on which he showed the deep speed for which the Arizona receivers are known. There was safety Kurt Coleman’s acrobatic interception in the end zone late in the first half. He had another in the second half. There was middle linebacker Luke Kuechly returning an interception for a touchdown for the second time in the playoffs. There was safety Tre Boston, who replaced Harper, collecting Carolina’s fourth interception.” – Reported by David Newton

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