Panthers pound Vikings 26-7 with big plays and defense
The Carolina Panthers may be out of the playoffs but they're not finished. Getting a dynamic performance from their defense and wide receiver Steve Smith, the Panthers defeated Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings 26-7 Sunday night in Bank of America Stadium.
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#1 Dec 21, 2009
The Panthers DESERVE to lose because their owner found it necessary to give Delhomme a huge multi-million$$$ contract during the offseason. That's a lot of money for a mediocre quarterback (when he's healthy) with a weak arm, no footspeed, a high turnover ratio, who gets injured all the time. With even a decent, consistent quarterback who didn't always turn over the football, the Panthers would win at least 10 games every year.
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