Bank of America Stadium
A fortress-like stadium located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank of America Stadium is home to the Carolina Panthers of the NFL. The intimidating architecture of this venue unnerves the opposing team as the bus pulls up each Sunday. Complete with panther statues and glowing blue dome lights at the entrances, this is a very regal stadium.
The ambience of this structure extends inside as well, with magnificently appointed luxury suites that add style to the football viewing experience. Hugely popular with fans in the Charlotte area, there are roughly 160 Panthers luxury suites at Bank of America Stadium. These suites include numerous amenities such as HDTVs, premium parking passes, and an amazing catering spread in the climate-controlled boxes.
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A young franchise based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, the NFL’s Carolina Panthers have emerged as a heavy contender in a tough NFC with playoff appearances to back their reputation as a punishing defense that can put on a show offensively as well. Two Super Bowl appearances, including their most recent in 2015, has left this club hungry for a chance to make it back to the big game and finally earn their parade with a Lombardi Trophy in tow.
The early Panthers teams broke away from the typical expansion franchise protocol by jumping out to a 7-9 record in 1995 before going 12-4 in their sophomore season. Under John Fox, the 2003 Panthers reached the Super Bowl, going up against the dynastic New England Patriots. The thrilling game ended with a last second field goal to seal the 32-29 heartbreaker in New England’s favor. This memorable battle is still looked at as one of the greatest Super Bowls of all time.
Teetering back and forth between mediocrity and dominance, the 2-14 record in 2010 was enough for executives in Carolina to turn the team over to a new coach and quarterback. Former player turned coach Ron Rivera was brought in to lead the team. He took on a team that had the first overall pick in that year’s draft and used it to select Auburn quarterback Cam Newton. This pivotal move would determine a great deal of the team’s future.
Building around Newton, the Panthers would improve their record in each of the next three seasons and would reach the Super Bowl in his fifth. In 2015, Panthers fans saw their team jump out to a 14-0 start before entering the playoffs with a final regular season record of 15-1. Beating Seattle in the Divisional playoffs 31-24 and crushing the Arizona Cardinals 49-15 punched Carolina’s ticket for Super Bowl 50 against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. A hard-fought defensive struggle saw Denver come out on top 24-10.
Still stinging from the loss, Carolina is intent upon making it back to the big game. Having shaken off the Super Bowl hangover, the 2018 team had a tough year, compiling a final regular season record of 7-9, a third place finish in their division. 2019 wasn’t any kinder. Cam Newton was lost for the year and the team sank to last place in their division. Ron Rivera was fired midway through the year and would be replaced by former Baylor head coach Matt Rhule in the offseason.
There are a lot of questions still surrounding this team. Will they rebound under Rhule? Will Teddy Bridgewater be the starter going forward with Cam Newton being released? One thing is for sure, running back Christian McCaffrey is an MVP caliber running back who can do it all. Breaking his own record for all-purpose yards, McCaffrey rushed for more and caught for more than last year. He is one of three players in NFL history to have rushed for 1,000 yards and caught for 1,000 yards in the same season. Young receivers DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel hope to make names for themselves this year.
Defensively, Carolina has gone through a major transition. Backed up by Shaq Thompson, moving the ball on the ground will be no easy task. 2019 rookie draft pick selection Brian Burns (16th overall out of Florida State) and Greg Little (37th overall out of Mississippi) added even more to the equation. In 2020, Carolina used their seventh overall draft pick to bring in Derrick Brown, a defensive tackle out of Auburn. This group is looking strong going into the season.
The Panthers will be without their Pro Bowl linebacker Luke Kuechly as the defensive star announced his retirement following the 2019 season. He will be missed both on the field and in the locker room for his leadership and dominant play. Also missing will be Greg Olsen. The perennial Pro Bowler at Tight End, has always been a reliable target in the passing game. He joined the Seattle Seahawks in the offseason.
While this team may not have been around for very long, they have still compiled a list of great players that have come out of the tunnel on Sundays to represent them. Among the best to ever compete for the Carolina Panthers are Steve Smith, Luke Kuechly, Cam Newton, Thomas Davis, Greg Olsen, Julius Peppers, and DeAngelo Williams. Additional information about the Carolina Panthers franchise can be found by clicking here.
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