Devastation in Dallas

The Carolina Panthers will be going down to the big “D” for game three against the Dallas Cowboys.  A fantastic new scoreboard will probably get more attention than the game itself.  By the third game, Dallas will be ready to win at home again but it will not happen on our watch.  Carolina and Dallas will be in the national spotlight on Monday Night Football.  Smash and Dash (Williams and Stewart) will turn up the volume for the big show.  If the Panthers do lose to the Falcons they will be hungry and wanting to avoid embarrassment in primetime.

Final Score:  Cowboys  24,  Panthers  28 

Alright Panther fans sit back tonight and cheer on your Carolina Panthers tonight on ESPN at 8:30 (EST) for Monday Night Football!

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  • Mike

    If the Panthers would run the ball more in the second half, they would win these games. DeAngelo is the true playmaker.

  • Miguel

    Panthers are a bad team. Did you not see how the Cowboys stayed within a single score the entire time against the Giants last Sunday? Did you not see how flawless Romo was against the Bucs the week before that? To rule out a team just because of their over-blown popularity, not to mention the ridiculous stadium and that owner that to this day I despise after letting go Jimmy Johnson, is silly. They are a very good team—the defense might not have had any sacks, but did you not see how they held the Giants to field goals the entire game? Don’t rule the Cowboys out so prematurely, please. Really, look at these games again and put yourself in a position that watches football, not the usual “I hate the Cowboys because they’re the Cowboys” attitude that everyone seems to have these days. Pathetic prediction your part.