Carolina Panthers

Carolina Panthers Draw Tough Schedule for 2013

The Carolina Panthers will face a tough lineup of opponents in the 2013 season as Coach Ron Rivera tries to guide the team to its first postseason appearance since 2008. The Panthers start off the regular season at home, taking on the Seattle Seahawks led by QB Russell Wilson at Bank of America Stadium on September 8, 2013. Wilson led his team to the playoffs as a rookie quarterback last year and the Seahawks have been making some impressive offseason acquisitions in preparation for another serious playoff run this year. Two weeks after they face Seattle, the Panthers will face another tough opponent at home when they take on the New York Giants on September 22 before taking their Bye Week in in Week 4 of the season. Carolina concludes the first half of their 2013 schedule with another difficult home game, as they take on their NFC South division rivals, the Atlanta Falcons. The Panthers had mixed results against the Falcons last season, losing their first game at the last minute and trouncing Atlanta 30-20 in the second game. Make sure you are there to cheer on the Carolina Panthers at every game in the 2013 season with a quality Panthers PSL from PSL Source, the fan-to-fan marketplace trusted by fans of Carolina.

The second half of the Carolina Panthers 2013 season schedule doesn’t get any easier, as the Panthers hit the road to take on the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on November 10. Secure your Panthers season tickets and parking today with a discount Carolina Panthers PSL! The following week the Panthers will make an appearance on Monday Night Football when they host the New England Patriots on November 18. The Panthers wrap up the 2013 regular season with a road game rematch against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on December 29. Although the Panthers have an especially difficult gauntlet of games in the 2013 season, they also have an opportunity to prove themselves as an elite NFL team. Via the Panthers official website, Coach Ron Rivera said “We knew when we saw the opponents at the end of the year, it would be a difficult schedule, but it is a challenge that has our coaches and players excited.”