Who was the Panthers only loss in 2015?

Who was the Panthers only loss in 2015?

In the NFL’s title game, the Panthers lost to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 by a score of 24–10, thus becoming the fifth straight team to have at least 15 victories and not win the Super Bowl.

When did the Bengals tie the Panthers?

The 37-37 result in 2014 against the Cincinnati Bengals – who will visit Carolina on Sunday – went to overtime thanks to Graham Gano’s 44-yard field goal on the final play of regulation and was positioned to end in a tie when Gano hit a 36-yarder with 2:19 left in overtime.

Has any NFL team gone 16 and 0?

Other NFL perfect regular seasons The 2007 Patriots became the first and only team under the 16-game schedule used from 1978 to 2020 to finish the regular season undefeated.

When was the last time the Carolina Panthers were 3 0?

The third best starts to a Panthers season was the 2021 Carolina Panthers, the 2002 Carolina Panthers and the 1996 Carolina Panthers, who all started the season at 3-0.

Who was the quarterback for Carolina Panthers in 2013?

Cam Newton

Pos Player GS
QB Cam Newton* 16
RB Mike Tolbert*+ 13
RB DeAngelo Williams 15
WR Brandon LaFell 16

How many times has Cam Newton been to the playoffs?

Cam Newton won 3 times in the playoffs in his career.

Cam Newton 2/7/2016 55.4
Cam Newton 1/7/2018 105.1
Average 87.7
Total 87.7

When was the last time Cam Newton went to the playoffs?

Cam Newton had a 3-4 record in the playoffs in his career.

Cam Newton 1/10/2015 NFC Divisional
Cam Newton 1/17/2016 NFC Divisional
Cam Newton 1/24/2016 NFC Championship
Cam Newton 2/7/2016 Super Bowl

Has any NFL team had 2 ties in one season?

Four seasons (1986, 1997, 2016, and 2018) had two ties since the introduction of overtime. The most recent tie game occurred on November 14, 2021, when the Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers played to a 16–16 tie.

What teams are undefeated in the NFL?

New Orleans Saints.

  • New York Giants.
  • New York Jets.
  • Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Pittsburg Steelers.
  • San Francisco 49ers.
  • Seattle Seahawks.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers.