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Guise, Redskins hold on to beat Panthers 29-21
Derrius Guice racked up 129 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, Peterson ran for 99 yards and a score and the Redskins made a late goal-line stand to secure a 29-21 victory over the Panthers for their second straight victory. The Redskins piled up 248 yards rushing and scored a season high in points. The Redskins upped the pressure on Allen and the Panthers, forcing eight punts and an interception on the next nine possessions. Washington limited the Panthers to 65 yards on those nine drives and neutralized Christain McCaffrey, holding the NFL's leader in yards from scrimmage to 102 total yards, well below his season average.
 
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Panthers NFL Schedule.
Regular Season


Week-1: L
Goff, Gurley II lead Rams to 30-27 win over Panthers

Goff threw for 186 yards and 1 touchdown. Gurley II had 14 carries for 97 yards. Malcolm Brown carried the vast majority of the load for the Rams (1-0) and finished with 53 yards on 11 carries and two touchdowns. Newton completed 25 of 38 passes for 239 yards. Christian McCaffrey racked up 209 yards from scrimmage.

Week-2: L
Buccaneers use goal-line stand to beat Panthers 20-14

Tampa Bay got plenty of pressure on Newton with three sacks. Jameis Winston threw for 208 yards and a touchdown. Newton finished with 324 yards passing, but was held without a touchdown for the second straight week.

Week-3: W
Kyle Allen throws 4 TD's, Panthers beat Cardinals 38-20

In his second career start, Allen was 19 of 26 for 261 yards with no interceptions. RB McCaffrey had 24 carries for 153 yards and a 76-yard touchdown run. TE Olsen caught 2 touchdown passes.


Week-4: W
Panthers down Texans 16-10 dispite QB Kyle Allen's fumbles
Allen threw for 232 yards and the team over came three fumbles. RB Christian McCaffrey had 93 yards rushing with 87 receiving yards. Watson threw for 160 yards on a day the Texans had trouble sustaining drives even when given a short field after turnovers.

Week-5: W
RB Christian McCaffrey scores 3 TD's, Panthers hold off Jaguars 34-27

McCaffery also tied a career high with 237 yards from scrimmage, including 178 yards on the ground.

Week-6: W
Christian McCaffey scores 2 TD's to lead Panthers past Bucs 37-26

Carolina turned five interceptions by Jameis Winston into 17 points. McCoy had 2 1/2 sacks, deflected a pass at the line of scrimmage and had one tackle for loss.

Week-7:
***Bye Week***


Week-8: L
Coleman's 4 TDs lead 49ers past Panthers 51-13
Tevin Coleman scored three of his four touchdowns in the first half, and the 49ers remained unbeaten with a 51-13 victory over the Panthers in their highest-scoring game in 26 years.

Week-9: W
Christian McCaffrey scores 3 TDs as Panthers defeat Titans 30-20

McCaffrey raced 58 yards to the end zone for his third touchdown of the game, chants of "MVP! MVP!" echoed throughout Bank of America Stadium.

Week-10: L
Packers Aaron Jones scores 3 TDs in 24-16 win over Panthers
Green Bay (8-2) improved to 5-2 all-time against Carolina at home. McCaffrey had a relatively quiet 108 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries for Carolina (5-4), who fell to 6-10 all-time against Green Bay.

Week-11: L
Falcons defense overwhelms Allen, Panthers 29-3
Atlanta intercepted Kyle Allen four times and sacked him five times, Kenjon Barner returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown and the Falcons defeated Carolina for their second straight lopsided win against an NFC South foe. Carolina have lost three of their past four games with Allen under center, who is suddenly struggling with turnovers.


Week-12: L
Lutz's kick lifts Saints to dramatic 34-31 win over Panthers
Will Lutz kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired. New Orleans (9-2) takes a four-game lead in the NFC South with five games left. Brees finished 30 of 39 for 311 yards and three touchdowns and tight end Jared Cook had six catches for 99 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown. Allen passed for 256 yards and three TDs for Carolina (5-6), which saw its playoff hopes pushed to the brink. McCaffrey had 133 yards and two touchdowns from scrimmage on a balance of runs and receptions.

Week-13: L
Guise, Redskins hold on to beat Panthers 29-21

Derrius Guice racked up 129 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, Peterson ran for 99 yards and a score and the Redskins made a late goal-line stand to secure a 29-21 victory over the Panthers for their second straight victory. The loss all but eliminates the Panthers from playoff contention in the NFC, leaving them 3 1/2 games behind the Vikings in the race for the second wild-card spot.

Week-14:
Carolina (5-7) @ Atlanta (3-9) - Sunday, December 28

Falcons defense overwhelms Allen, Panthers 29-3 in Week-11

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Ron Rivera out as Carolina coach after nine seasons
Secondary coach Perry Fewell has been named interim head coach. Offensive coordinator Norv Turner will transition to special assistant to the head coach, and quarterbacks coach Scott Turner will serve as offensive coordinator.

Rivera ended his nine-year tenure at Carolina as the winningest coach in team history, with a 76-63-1 regular season record and a 3-4 postseason mark. He was a two-time NFL Coach of the Year and took the team to Super Bowl 50 following the 2015 season, but finished with only three winning seasons since taking over in 2011. He is looked at as one of the best defensive minds in the game league wide.


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Week 14 NFL Power Rankings: 1-32 poll, plus who's under fire in the final month
The NFL Power Rankings looked at players, coaches and executives on the not seat in the preseason. Now that we're in the home stretch of the regular season, we figured we'd revisit this subject and see who was under fire going into the final month.

No.19: Carolina

Who's under fire: Ron Rivera, head coach: Ron Rivera went from being under fire to being fired on Tuesday. He was let go because the Panthers will miss the playoffs for the second straight season and third time in the past four seasons since reaching Super Bowl 50. They are 12-16 since David Tepper purchased the team.

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Owner David Tepper on Ron Rivera firing: 'I thought it was time'
Tepper said the decision to fire Rivera now instead of letting the organization's winningest coach and a two-time NFL Coach of the Year finish the season was made so that Tepper could move forward with finding a replacement without going behind Rivera's back.

Rivera’s ouster in Carolina leaves NFL with only three full-time head coaches of color
Although Black Monday is more than four weeks away, the NFL’s head coaching ranks became whiter Tuesday with the firing of Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera. With Rivera out, Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Anthony Lynn of the Los Angeles Chargers and Brian Flores of the Miami Dolphins are the league’s remaining head coaches of color. The NFL has 32 teams.
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Fired Panthers coach Ron Rivera says he 'absolutely' plans to coach again

Rivera finished as the winningest coach (76-63-1) in Carolina history. He was the NFL Coach of the Year in 2013 and '15. When he was hired in 2011, Ron Rivera told former Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson that he wanted to be a head coach for only eight to 10 years.
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Cam Newton plans to have foot surgery
Newton's injury raises speculation that his future at Carolina could be over, but Tepper said that no decision has been made and wouldn't be made until Newton was healthy. He also implied that the new head coach would have a say in Cam's future. Newton. 30, has one year left on his contract. He is scheduled to count $21.1 million against the 2020 salary cap.
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Greg Dortch gets a second chance to return kicks for Panthers, who promote him to the 53-man roster. Wide receiver Donte Moncrief is waived.

Interim Panthers coach Perry Fewell, who grew up not far from Charlotte, North Carolina, didn't have an NFL team to pull for as a kid so he adopted the Atlanta Falcons. He couldn't make himself like the Washington Redskins, then the most poplar team in the Carolinas. Now, in his first game coaching the Panthers, he faces the Falcons. And he got the job after the Panthers were embarrassed by the Redskins. Small world

The Panthers have ruled Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen (concussion) and left tackle Greg Litlte (ankle) out. OLB Mario Addison (groin) is questionable, but interim coach Perry Fewell expects him to play.
 
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