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The Panthers were preseason Super Bowl sleepers in 2012, but instead of taking off and running, struggled out of the gates. Cam Newton seemed to be in a bit of a sophomore slump early on, but he and the Panthers finally were hitting all the notes down the stretch, as they went 4-1 over their final five games to end with a one game improvement on their 2011 season at 7-9.
There’s no guarantee that the Panthers are now ready to complete last year’s semi-Super Bowl aspirations, but they will at least have an exciting offense led by Cam Newton under center, and with an improving defense, should be much more consistent.
With that, let’s take a look at their most expensive match-ups for 2013, as well as some of their best value games:
Panthers Home Avg: $192
Panthers Top-Priced Games For 2013
- Week 11 – New England Patriots (Avg Price: $287 | Get-in Price: $74)
- Week 3 – New York Giants (Avg Price: $244 | Get-in Price: $67)
- Week 16 – New Orleans Saints (Avg Price: $195 | Get-in Price: $53)
Panthers Top Value Games For 2013
- Week 13 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Avg Price: $130 | Get-in Price: $37)
- Week 7 - St. Louis Rams (Avg Price: $141 | Get-in Price: $41)
The Panthers are no locks for the playoffs or a run to the Super Bowl, but they’re not expected to regress in 2013, either. They have some fine young talent on both sides of the ball in quarterback Newton and linebacker Luke Kuechley, and should be one of the more exciting and competitive teams in the NFC in 2013. I hope we all agree the Panthers will if anything be exciting to watch in 2013.