Even After Super Bowl Run, Carolina Panthers Can Be Even Better in 2016

February 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There's no doubting that the two franchises involved in the Super Bowl 50 spectacle are experiencing vastly different emotions in the aftermath. 
But though the Carolina Panthers are surely disappointed after losing 24-10 to the Denver Broncos, there's no reason to allow that feeling to linger for long. While the team would have liked to win the big one, there's pride to be had for reaching it and hope to be had for the future. 
This is a team that went 15-1 in the regular season and then dominated in the divisional and championship rounds of the postseason. 
Unlike Denver, Carolina won't have to worry about losing its star quarterback to retirement in the offseason. Cam Newton is only 26 years old and will be entering the second year of a five-year deal. You're welcome to analyze or criticize Newton's reaction following his most recent loss, but there's no denying what he provides the Panthers on the field. 
In the regular season alone, Newton p...

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