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The Carolina Panthers are current members of the South Division of the NFC in the NFL. The team’s home field is Bank of America Stadium located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founded in 1993 the Panthers joined the NFL as an expansion team together with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Former Baltimore Colts player Jerry Richardson voiced his desire to bring an NFL expansion team to the Carolina region. US Senators Jesse Helms from North Carolina and Ernest Hollings of South Carolina banded together despite party differences to lobby in support of the new team. By the time preseason games rolled around in 1989, 90 and 91, all of the Carolina Panthers tickets for future games were sold out before they had even decided where to place the new stadium.

By 2001 the Panthers had the NFL record for most consecutive losses in one season and a league-worst record of 1-15. This contrasted starkly to the team’s 1996 record of 12-4. 2003 saw the team raise their record to 11-5, winning a NFC South Division title and also garnering themselves the nickname the Cardiac Cats due to their knack for winning in overtime or by a very slim margin. That year they went on to take down the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship game and headed to their first Super Bowl appearance against the New England Patriots. It was this Super Bowl that featured the infamous Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction.

After the Panthers slid over to the NFC South they were saddled with new division rivals the Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints. While the Panthers are relatively young in NFL terms, they have still acquired some serious contentions outside of their division. The Dallas Cowboys are possibly the Panthers’ biggest rival, owing to the team knocking the Cowboys out of the running in the Playoffs on multiple occasions. Next up, the Arizona Cardinals have become the Panthers’ newest foe after a series of surprising wins and losses that keep stoking the fire on the rivalry. The Panthers have won a few conference and division championships and made several Playoff appearances, thought they have yet to secure that coveted Super Bowl title.