Monday, January 25, 2016

PANTHERS DEFEAT CARDINALS To WIN 2016 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP!!!


CRAZY COOL GROOVY CONGRATULATIONS goes out to Head Coach ROB RIVERA, Quarterback #1 CAM NEWTON and the CAROLINA PANTHERS for their Sunday, January 24, BANK Of AMERICA STADIUM 45 - 17 victory over the ARIZONA CARDINALS to win the 2016 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP!!!

The PANTHERS victory over the CARDINALS sends them to SAN FRANCISCO to do battle with the DENVER BRONCOS in SUPER BOWL 50 at the new CANDLESTICK PARK.

Superman is bringing his cape and his pen to Super Bowl 50. He's leaving behind his camera.
"Yeah, we are going to the Super Bowl. We are not going just to take pictures," Cam Newton said Sunday after leading the Carolina Panthers into the big game with a 49-15 rout of Arizona for the NFC championship. "We are trying to finish this thing off."

That would be against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in two weeks.
"Playing the sheriff," Newton said of Manning. "We're going to live in the moment right now. We're going to be excited."
Newton threw for two touchdowns and ran for two others, and Carolina's big-play defense stifled Arizona's top-ranked offense. The 49 points were the most for an NFC title game winner.
The NFL's new top man at quarterback -- Newton is an All-Pro this season -- goes against five-time MVP Manning. Carolina is favored by four points.
"We've been dreaming about this moment since Day 1," Newton said. "Our pen has a lot more ink left."

It will be Newton's first trip to the Super Bowl and the second for the Panthers (17-1), who lost to New England 12 years ago. Denver, of course, has made a habit of going to Super Bowls, reaching it for a record-tying eighth time.
And while the Broncos' defense carried it past New England 20-18 for the AFC crown, Carolina's D was just as destructive. It picked off Carson Palmer four times, forced two fumbles by him, and never let up the assault.

Special teams also had a takeaway, and when Carolina grabbed a 24-7 halftime lead this time, it didn't back off, as it did in nearly blowing a 31-point margin a week ago vs. Seattle.
When Newton flew into the end zone for a 12-yard third-quarter touchdown -- no, he didn't have the cape on -- he posed like a superhero, dabbed a bit, and pointed the Panthers toward the Bay Area.
Newton finished with 335 yards passing and 47 rushing as Carolina won its 13th straight home game, including three in the playoffs.

-CCG



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