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Panthers are 7 point 'Dogs vs. Giants

26 May 2010 - 11:19 AM


Week 1 NFL Lines are out. Giants favored by a touchdown over the visiting Panthers.

2nd highest line on the board. Oughtta work great for Foxy's "no respect" mantra for the next 3 months.

Glad I'm in Row 18 With the New Ticket Pricing

18 March 2010 - 05:28 AM

Got my ticket invoice in the mail yesterday, and saw that they split the pricing up in the upper level.

Panthers used to have the same price for all tickets in a particular section. Now each upper level section is split into "Upper Box" Rows 1-15, and "Upper Reserved" Rows 16 and up.


I'm in row 18, so my tickets only went up $1. It would suck to be in row 15 and have your tix go up $3 when you're only 10 feet closer than I am. So I still have the cheapest tickets in the building!:D

2010 Ticket Prices Going Up

12 March 2010 - 07:22 AM

Just checked my account online and the invioce has been posted. And yup, after all the salary purging over the last week, Jerry is raising ticket prices.

Overall its a small increase. My seats are the cheapest in the house. Last year they were $38 each, now in 2010 they will be $39 each.

Now before you say "How can Jerry do that?" with the economy, and releasing players and not signing any. Don't forget that in 2002, after the Panthers went 1-15, Jerry raised ticket prices. He'll do it whenever he feels like it.

The Panthers are offering a payment plan for the first time this year:

Panthers Rumored to Host Thanksgiving Game

26 February 2010 - 10:08 AM


Thanksgiving games will be Detroit/NY Jets and Dallas/Chicago. Tampa Bay/Carolina will probably be the night game.

This guy seems to have a source that has leaked some primetime games. Obviously wild speculation, but it's that time of year right?

You would think NO would be more attractive, but this guy thinks they will already have 5 other primetime games (1st Thu, 2 MNF, 2 SNF).

Panthers better hope for an Uncapped 2010

15 September 2009 - 06:59 AM

Having an uncapped 2010, and then going back to a normal salary cap in 2011 is the best case scenario if the Panthers want to cut ties with Jake. Not sure how likely it is that will happen, but we'll see.

The Panthers could cut Jake, and then count all the remaining guaranteed bonuses into 2010 (roughly $18M or so), and it wouldn't hurt their salary cap at all. In 2011, he'd be completely off the books, and the Panthers are all the better for it.

Remember, 2010 wouldn't be the spending free-for-all some people think:
1. Free agents would need 6 yrs service instead of 4 (taking 250 players off the market)
2. The final 8 teams in the playoffs this year would have limitations on the players they can sign in 2010.
3. Teams can use 2 transitional tags in addition to the franchise tag to keep players.

Other teams are in similar situations. Many owners would like one uncapped year to clean up their salary cap situation.

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