|“Super” Cam Newton has played like he wears a cape all season. #CaMVP
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With quarterback Cam Newton completing an MVP season and linebacker Luke Kuechly leading the NFL’s fourth-ranked defense, there are no limits to what the 15-1 Carolina Panthers can accomplish in the post-season.
Among the Panthers’ accomplishments this season:
Third consecutive NFC South championship
No. 1 seed in NFC Playoffs, First Round Bye, Home Field Advantage
No. 2 ranked NFL scoring offense
No. 4 ranked NFL total defense
No. 1 in defensive takeaways and turnover differential
Undefeated at home (8-0)
Best record in NFL (15-1)
10 Pro Bowl Selections
Probable Individual Awards: MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year
Oh, and they have the likely (if he doesn’t win it will be the biggest travesty in the history of sports) league MVP in Newton and a pair of potential Defensive Player of the Year leading candidates in Kuechly and cornerback Josh Norman.
Check out David Newton’s ESPN article, “Panthers Have What It Takes To Go\ All The Way
,” detailing why he thinks the Panthers could end the season as Super Bowl 50 champions.
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