What We Learned About the Carolina Panthers Offense from NFC Championship

January 25, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Before their NFC Championship Game matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, there were concerns as to whether the Carolina Panthers offense could thrive against top-tier defenses.
By the end of the game, however, any such notions were quelled. 
To be fair, the Panthers' 49-15 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday was the result of stellar play on both sides of the ball. After all, it was the Carolina defense that forced six Carson Palmer turnovers, prompting the inevitable Jake Delhomme comparisons.
But the Panthers offense showed that it can manhandle any defense in the league, and it couldn't have been displayed at a better time. The Panthers' Super Bowl 50 matchup with the Denver Broncos will prove to be their ultimate test.
Denver's top-ranked defense dominates at each level. Linebackers Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware are as effective as any edge pass-rushing duo in the league. Linebackers Brandon Marshall and Danny Trevathan excel at c...

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