Sunday, January 22, 2006

We’ve Got Delhomme and You Don’t

The Carolina Panthers are set to battle the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship on Sunday for the right to play in the Super Bowl. We slaughtered the Giants and we beat the Bears. The Seahawks got here so they are a great team, but they don’t have Jake Delhomme and this is his year. We started this post-season as a wild card but soon proved to be the stronger team against formidable opponents. The Seahawks don’t stand a chance.

Monday, January 09, 2006

Who’s the Best? Panthers! Panthers!

The Panthers running game has been on fire for the past two games. Boasting 451 yards in two games, the Carolina Panthers rushing offense is unstoppable. Our running backs have to give credit to the offensive line that made the holes and attacked the Giants rush defense aggressively. We completely shut out the Giants on Sunday and as they were attempting a comeback Marcus Washington intercepted Eli Manning’s last pass of the game for the win. Out played the Giants looked disappointed in the loss. Eli Manning had his worst game ever and was plagued by turnovers forced by the Panthers fiery defense.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Delhomme and Deshaun Destroy Falcons

The Carolina Panthers won their battle against the Atlanta Falcons 44-11. It was a fitting end to the season and after our win over the Cowboys this team looked unstoppable. The great feats of Jake Delhomme had a lot to do with our success on Sunday, but the offense deserves the credit for the win because they dominated the Falcons from right out of the gate. The line was blocking for the run and wide receiver Ricky Proehl caught some great passes from Delhomme including one for a touchdown. Deshaun Foster ran 70 yards for a touchdown breaking the Panthers previous record.