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(07-29-95) Jacksonville Jaguars vs Carolina Panthers - HOF game - First game for both franchises - includes HOF acceptence speeches during halftime by Steve Largent, Henry Jordan Jr for his dad Henry Jordan, Jim Finks Jr for his dad Jim Finks, Lee Roy Selmon, Kellen Winslow - includes post game Dom Capers interview and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011



(12-08-96) WK 15 Carolina Panthers @ San Francisco 49ers - Carolina, 9-4, show they are for real in with HUGE 30-24 win on the road over 10-3 San Francisco behind QB Kerry Collins' (22-37, 3tds, 327yds) big day. Excellent performances by 49ers QB Steve Young (27-41, 3tds, 393yds) and WR Jerry Rice (10-129-1) can't avert the upset. Great Game! - Dead ball situations all edited out (Quality 8) - Added March, 2011

(01-05-97) 1996 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers - A. Johnson 26-104, Panthers end Cowboys run in huge upset! includes Pre-game, commercials, halftime, and post-game (Quality 9)

(01-12-97) 1996 NFC Championship game - Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - Favre, under frigid conditions, threw for 292 yards on 19-of-29 passing in the NFC Championship Game at Lambeau Field. He would have TD tosses to Dorsey Levens (29 yards) and Freeman (six yards).

-also have complete Carolina Radio broadcast from Championship game - 3 CDs - Added September, 2011



(12-14-97) Green Bay Packers @ Carolina Panthers - Rematch of NFC Championship game and Bono gets some snap - Different season, same result. The Green Bay Packers once again methodically knocked the last breaths of hope out of the Carolina Panthers. Brett Favre threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns and the Packers got 86 yards rushing from Aaron Hayden and 73 from Dorsey Levens to extend their winning streak to four games with a 31-10 victory over Carolina on Sunday. The Packers had already wrapped up its third consecutive NFC Central title and earned a first-round bye in the playoffs and a second-round game at Lambeau Field. Green Bay can get home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs if it wins its regular season finale and the San Francisco 49ers lose both their remaining games. The Panthers' future is much more certain. The loss eliminated Carolina from postseason contention, regardless of what it does in its final game against St. Louis. Green Bay defeated Carolina 30-13 in last season's NFC title game because the Panthers repeatedly make big plays on the way to completing 18 of 34 passes. Levens took off most of the fourth quarter and was replaced by Hayden, who found the Carolina defense just as receptive. Carolina quarterback Kerry Collins completed just six of 26 passes for 51 yards. - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9.5)



(09-27-98) Green Bay Packers @ Carolina Panthers - On the road for the second consecutive week, the Packers held off a late Carolina rally to run their record to 4-0. Derrick Mayes had his most productive day as a pro, hauling in 5 passes for 87 yards and 3 touchdowns. Equally as impressive was QB Brett Favre, who threw for 388 yards and 5 touchdowns on the day. Green Bay amassed a season-high 487 yards while holding the host Panthers to 230, yet only twice during the course of a long, hot afternoon (the game required 3 hours and 29 minutes to play and the field temperature was 102 degrees at the opening kickoff) did they lead by more than a touchdown before ultimately prevailing, 37-30. Defensively, Reggie White and rookie Vonnie Holliday played havoc with Carolina QB Kerry Collins. Each sacked Collins twice, Holliday also being credited with two passes defensed and White with one pass defensed and one forced fumble. - JIP 14:39 of 1st Qtr - Includes commercials and audio is radio broadcast with Max McGee and Jim Irwin also has radio post-game show (Quality 9)



(12-05-99) St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Panthers

(12-12-99) Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - Steve Beuerlein completed a magnificent day by rushing for a 5-yard touchdown as time expired, giving the Carolina Panthers a 33-31 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Beuerlein, who was 29-of-43, picked apart the Packers' confused pass defense for 373 yards and three touchdowns. He also led the Panthers on a 63-yard drive in the final 3:52 for the winning score. A 5-yard quarterback draw by Beuerlein, one of football's least mobile quarterbacks, was the final improbability in Carolina's emotional win at one of football's toughest venues. Green Bay had its three-game winning streak snapped and took a severe blow to its playoff hopes. - (Quality 9.0)



(11-27-00) Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - MNF - The Packers were all but drummed out of playoff contention with a resounding 31-14 loss to the better-prepared and more emotionally charged Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football. This was the Packers' most shoddy performance under first-year coach Mike Sherman, whose team fell to 1-5 on the road and 5-7 overall. A steady stream of missed tackles, including several key ones by safety Darren Sharper, and slipshod coverage, frequently by Tyrone Williams, were far too much for a misfiring offense to overcome. The Packers dropped about half a dozen passes. Brett Favre was sacked three times and threw three interceptions. After committing merely four turnovers in the previous five games, the Packers had five, including a critical fumble by Antonio Freeman to open the second half. Panthers QB Steve Beuerlein threw 3 touchdown passes, and first-year RB Brad Hoover rushed for 117 yards in the offensive attack that matched the highest output allowed by Green Bay this season. Entering the game, all eyes were fixed upon DE Reggie White, who was facing his former team for the first time since coming out of a one-year retirement. But Green Bay's offensive line - particularly rookie RT Mark Tauscher - kept the future Hall of Fame defensive lineman in check for most of the game. White was not credited with a sack or a tackle in the Panthers victory. (Quality 9)



(09-30-01) Green Bay Packers @ Carolina Panthers - Green Bay moved into sole possession of first place in the NFC Central Division with a 28-7 comeback victory over Carolina in Charlotte. Two major themes dominated the game: good special teams play from Green Bay and a bad field condition at Ericsson Stadium. The Packers recovered fumbles on two straight Carolina kickoff returns to open up the second half paving the way for 28 unanswered points. This was the first Carolina home game, but the field condition was more similar to a late season game in inclement weather. On a sunny southern Sunday, the middle of the field was completely torn up causing footing troubles for both teams. Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre and the rest of the offense might have had problems in the first half, but everything was clicking on full cylinders in the second. after throwing two interceptions in the first half, Favre responded with three touchdown passes after halftime. He finished the afternoon completing 25 of 39 passes for 309 yards. Favre also passed Dave Krieg to move into 7th place on the NFL's all-time list for most career touchdown passes. Carolina's Chris Weinke went 18-30 for 160 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Through three games, the Packers have outscored their opponents, 93-13, for a scoring differential of plus-80. The last time Green Bay allowed fewer points in the first three games was 1962, when Vince Lombardi's fourth team had a 100-7 differential en route to a 13-1 record and NFL championship. In 1996, when the Packers last fielded a title team, they were plus-89 (115-26), but in no other season in the last 40 years has the team located in the NFL's smallest city opened with anything quite like this. - added June, 2007



(09-29-02) Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - Brett Favre found Donald Driver for a 22-yard touchdown with 4:10 left, leading the Packers to a 17-14 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Shayne Graham, signed by the Panthers two days ago to bolster their kicking game, missed a 24-yard field goal with 13 seconds left that would have tied the game. Favre was 18-of-32 for 200 yards with one interception. He now has 3,414 career completions, passing Joe Montana for fifth place on the all-time list. Driver had the first two-touchdown game of his career—though he caught the first one from Bubba Franks on a trick play in the second quarter. FB William Henderson's 114-game playing streak, the second-longest streak on the team behind Brett Favre's 163 straight, ended when he was inactive. He was sidelined by a knee injury suffered in the Detroit game. The attendance, 63,329, established a new Lambeau Field record. The previous mark, 63,127, was set at the regular season opener against Detroit (September 8). - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5)



(08-23-03) Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - Preseason - A one-armed Gilbert Brown leads 4 down goal line stand from 1 yard line - Commercials, halftime - (Quality 8

(09-14-03) Wk 2 Carolina Panthers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - (OT) Kris Jenkins blocks a Bucs PAT attempt with no time on the clock and the Panthers defeat the defending Super Bowl Champion Bucs in overtime. This game was the confidence builder that the Panthers used to spark there 2003 season. - Added May, 2011

(01-03-04) 2003 NFC Wildcard - Dallas Cowboys @ Carolina Panthers - added August, 2008

(01-10-04) 2003 NFC Divisional - Carolina Panthers @ St. Louis Rams - 2 OTs - Incredible game! Carolina controls and jumps out to 23-12 lead late, but St. Louis streaks back with TD, 2pt conversion, and last play FG to send it to overtime. Panthers win the game on first possession of OT with 40yd FG, BUT, a delay of game penalty negates the kick, and two plays later another FG attempt just misses right! Then the Rams attempt to win on 53yd FG falls "just" short and play continues. On first play of SIXTH PERIOD Carolina QB Jack Delhomme hits WR Steve Smith streaking through Ram defenders for a 69 yard TD (the longest scoring play in NFL playoff overtime history!) and 29-23 game winner!!! - Pregame, Commercials, Halftime, Postgame - Added March, 2008

(01-18-04) 2003 NFC Championship - Carolina Panthers @ Philadelphia Eagles - Carolina goes into Philadelphia and pins a third straight championship game loss on the Eagles with a solid performance by their Defense and ball control attack by their Offense keying the well earned 14-3 victory - DeShaun Foster's 1yd touchdown run in which he broke four tackles will live forever in Panther history as Carolina wins it's first ever NFC title. - added March, 2007

(02-01-04) Super Bowl XXXVIII - Carolina Panthers vs New England Patriots - @ Houston, TX - New England claims another title with final seconds FG for thrilling 32-29 win over Carolina in one of the most exciting Super Bowl fourth quarters ever! Also include Janet Jackson's halftime "show"



(09-13-04) Green Bay Packers @ Carolina Panthers - MNF - Ahman Green ran up, down and all over the defending NFC champion Carolina Panthers. Green ran for two touchdowns and caught a third Monday night to lead the Green Bay Packers to a 24-14 victory over the Panthers, who became the sixth straight team to lose in the Super Bowl and their ensuing season opener. Unable to stop the run or run the ball — the two main principles that carried them all last season — the Panthers were out of sync from start to finish. Green scored on touchdown runs of 3 and 6 yards and rushed for 119 yards against a Carolina defense that only gave up four individual 100-yard rushing games last season. He did it with ease, giving no indication that this was the first time this year Green Bay's entire offensive unit was on the field together. Carolina, meanwhile, showed just how bad its patchwork offensive line really is. With three of its starters from last season gone, a rotating group of aging veterans has gamely tried to fill the holes. But behind 35-year-old Matt Willig, who last started a game at right tackle in 1997, and 33-year-old Rich Tylski, who was out of football the past two years, the Panthers could do nothing. Stephen Davis, who ran for a career-best 1,444 yards last year, was held to 26 yards and the Panthers had a total of just 38 on the ground. Jake Delhomme struggled to find time to pass, often throwing his hands up in disgust after hurrying a pass and angrily glaring at the sidelines after several knockdowns. The lone bright spot came on Delhomme's 30-yard touchdown pass to Muhsin Muhammad that cut the score to 24-14 with 4:46 to play. But that came one play after star receiver Steve Smith went down with what appeared to be a serious left ankle injury. Smith, who signed a $27.5 million contract extension during the offseason, dropped writhing to the ground when he was tackled after a short catch, and had to be helped off the field.



(10-03-05) Green Bay Packers @ Carolina Panthers - MNF - Brett Favre showed he still has some Monday night magic - just not enough to prevent the Green Bay Packers from getting off to their worst start in 17 years. Favre threw four touchdown passes but couldn't overcome two early turnovers that the Carolina Panthers used to build a big lead and then held on for a 32-29 victory. The Packers fell to 0-4 for the first time since 1988. Rallying Green Bay from a 19-point third-quarter deficit, Favre threw two touchdown passes and for two 2-point conversions in the fourth quarter and had the Packers in position to possibly win the game on their final drive. But with running back Ahman Green on the sidelines with an injured knee and no timeouts left, Favre had to do it all on his own when Green Bay got the ball back with 1:58 to play. He completed two passes before Carolina stopped the Packers on a fourth-and-2. Favre threw the ball to Donald Driver past the first down line but Chris Gamble knocked the ball out of his hands and it fell incomplete. Jake Delhomme threw two touchdown passes and Stephen Davis ran for two more as the Panthers built an early lead and put themselves in position to ride out an easy win. Delhomme was 17-of-24 for 206 yards and Davis carried 19 times for 51 yards. Steve Smith, who scored three touchdowns last week against Miami, caught only two passes for 12 yards. Green, who ran for 119 yards and three TDs in a win over Carolina last season, was held to 36 yards before leaving the game with the leg injury in the third quarter. Trailing 26-7 midway through the third quarter, Favre turned it up a level. He led by example on an 80-yard scoring drive, sprinting up the middle for a 12-yard gain on third-and-8 then finishing it off with a 26-yard TD pass to Driver. Favre finished 28-of-47 for 303 yards and four touchdowns. It was his 19th game of four or more touchdown passes, second to Dan Marino's record 21. The pass to Driver was Favre's 50th touchdown pass on Monday Night Football, second only to Marino's 74, and it cut Carolina's lead to 26- 3. The Panthers pushed it to 32-13 on Davis' second score of the game, a 1-yard run with 14:44 to play that gave them what seemed to be an insurmountable lead.

(01-08-06) 2005 NFC Wildcard - Carolina Panthers @ New York Giants - added August, 2008

(01-15-06) 2005 NFC Divisional - Carolina Panthers vs Chicago Bears - Steve Smith has a huge game.

(01-22-06) 2005 NFC Championship - Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks - Seattle uses excellently balanced offense and solid defense to advance to their first ever Super Bowl with 34-14 win at home over Carolina - Added May, 2011



(10-29-06) Dallas Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers - Tony Romo's first NFL start and he would make the most of it leading the Cowboys to the win. - Includes pregame, halftime, and postgame (with Football night in America)



(11-18-07) Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - Packers continue to roll. Favre completed 22-of-30 passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns, the 62nd time he’s thrown for at least three TDs in a game, tying Marino’s NFL record. - added January, 2008



(09-21-08) Carolina Panthers @ Minnesota Vikings - Added March, 2011

(09-21-08) Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers - DeAngelo Williams ran for four touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with 1:30 left in the game, as Carolina upended the Packers. Williams had 21 carries for 72 yards for the Panthers, who kept pace with Tampa Bay for first place in the NFC South. Jake Delhomme passed for 177 yards on 12-of-17 completions for Carolina, while Steve Smith caught four passes for 105 yards. Two of his grabs got the ball to the one-yard line to set up Williams touchdowns. Aaron Rodgers threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns on 29-of-45 completions for Green Bay, which has lost two in a row and four of five. Greg Jennings, Donald Driver and Donald Lee each had a receiving touchdown in the loss. Green Bay outgained Carolina, 438-300.

(12-21-08) Carolina Panthers vs NY Giants - Added November, 2009

(01-10-09) 2008 NFC Divisional - Arizona Cardinals @ Carolina Panthers - Added March, 2009