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December 17, 2006 | From the Associated Press
This is the week that can officially end the Carolina Panthers' season. A win over the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-7) today would keep Carolina (6-7) mathematically alive for a playoff spot. But a loss would certainly cement the Panthers' status as one of the biggest busts of 2006. Picked by many to win the Super Bowl this year, the Panthers must win their final three games of the year to have a chance to make the playoffs.
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October 17, 2005 | From Associated Press
Chris Weinke was ready when Jake Delhomme was woozy. Playing in his first game since 2002, Weinke threw a three-yard touchdown pass to Ricky Proehl with 32 seconds left to give the Carolina Panthers a 21-20 victory over the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Weinke relieved Delhomme, who was knocked out of the game when he slid and was crushed by safety Kenoy Kennedy. "You never want to see someone go down, but I've been waiting for this opportunity for three years," Weinke said.
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December 24, 1999 | T.J. SIMERS
Top 5 1. JACKSONVILLE Mark Brunell is 25-8 vs. AFC Central foes. How could anyone lose eight games to the likes of Browns, Steelers, Bengals . . . ? 2. INDIANAPOLIS Dear Peyton, I have a 23-year-old daughter, single, college grad, looking for a husband with millions. Please call. 3. ST. LOUIS Kurt Warner: "We don't lose at home--period." Hey, play somebody tough--exclamation point! 4.
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January 29, 2004 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
Long before there was "Prime Time," there was "Crazy Legs." Deion Sanders, who tabbed himself "Prime Time," said the nickname for Elroy Hirsch, who died of natural causes at 80 on Wednesday in Madison, Wis., was one of the NFL's best ever. "It's up there with Billy 'White Shoes' Johnson," said Sanders, who is here to work the CBS Super Bowl pregame show Sunday. "You know why it is such a great nickname? Because it defined his game."
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July 17, 2010 | By Sam Farmer
Times staff writer Sam Farmer poses the big questions as each team readies for training camp: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers could use some good news after a 3-13 season, and here's some: Every year since the NFL realigned its divisions in 2002, the team that finished last in the NFC South made the playoffs the following year. In that sense, there's hope for the Buccaneers. Now, the bad news for the Bucs: Things aren't getting any easier in the division. The New Orleans Saints are coming off their first Super Bowl victory and have one of the league's elite quarterbacks in Drew Brees.
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December 9, 2008 | Associated Press
Given a national stage, the Carolina Panthers made a pretty good case to be included among the NFL's top teams. Running all over Tampa Bay with their emerging tandem of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, the Panthers seized control of the competitive NFC South with a 38-23 win over the Buccaneers on Monday night.
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