Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Carolina Panthers Losing to Miami

The Carolina Panthers rolled over for the Miami Dolphins, losing by a field goal in the fourth quarter, making it a 27-24 victory for the Dolphins. Steve Smith had a great day with three touchdown passes from Jake Delhomme. But they still could not hold back Miami in the fourth, with Lance Schulters intercepting the ball with 2 minutes to go, setting up Olindo Mare for the winning field goal—it was a very exciting two minutes for the Dolphins.

Carolina’s next game will be against the Green Bay Packers at home on Monday Night Football. Carolina should come out ahead in this game but you can never count Brett Favre out.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Carolina Panthers Win Over New England

Carolina Panthers beat the New England Patriots 27-17. Who knew the Panthers could come in to this game looking for respect after losing to the New Orleans Saints on their opening day? For a team to come in and score in every quarter, it makes it hard for the other team to have a chance. The next game for the Carolina Panthers is against Miami Dolphins in Miami, Florida. Both teams are coming into this game being 1-1 so both teams want to get a jumpstart on having a winning season. Too bad there can be only one winner and one loser.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Panthers, Get Ready for a Long Season

Carolina Panthers hosting the New Orleans Saints and losing 23-20. Some people were saying, how can the New Orleans Saints keep their mind on this season after what happened to the Saints’ home town of New Orleans? After seeing the game on Sunday--their mind and their heart was all in the game! This is only the beginning for the New Orleans Saints; they face a very long season ahead of them. The Saints’ next game will be against the New York Giants on Monday night football. This will be a tough game but the Saints have the talent and half the nation cheering for them this season, and I’m one of them. It’s got to be tough not playing at home and always on the road. That is what I call heart. If you would like to make a donation, please visit http://www.redcross.org/.