Carolina Panthers refuse to be beaten!

Cameron Newton and his Panthers beat New Orleans Saints 41-38 after a 14-0 comeback making them unbeaten in the season.­

Carolina Panthers forced a win against the saints after a frustrating game to make it 41-38. The Panthers were 14-0 down as Stephone Anthony ran 31 yards after a fumble recovery for the Saints’ second touchdown. Newton’s link up play with Mike Tolbert pulled Carolina back to 14-13. After a stressful start, and many points scored by both side,  Newton’s 45 yard touchdown pass helped Ginn Jr. make it 34-31.

With 5:27 minutes left Mark Ingram rushed out wide to get a nine yard touchdown which the Saints then converted. However, the star quarterback, Cam Newton, was determined not to let their winning streak be put to an end like Tom Brady’s Patriots were against the Denver Broncos, so he forced the Panthers up field and threw a touchdown pass to Greg Olsen. With 70 seconds left on the play clock Cam Newton threw a precise pass to veteran, Jerricho Cotchery.

Cam Newton is on his way to receive his first MVP award and is now the top pick and has the highest chance of winning it. He completed 81% of his passes against the Tennessee Titans and since 2011 has made a total of 17, 223 passing yards and 3047 rushing yards, so it’s safe to say he deserves to put his name in the history of MVP winners.

Super Bowl 50 takes place on February 7 2016 and with 4 games left until the major event, the Panthers are on track to win it. Their contenders will most likely be the New England Patriots but if Carolina keeps their defense tight, their offense strong and put as many points on the board as they can, this year will be the Panthers year!


By Denojan and Marcus

Author: sabrchs

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