Carolina PanthersThe Carolina Panthers finished the 2015/16 regular season with no wins and one loss. They are currently ranked 15th in offense and 27th in defense for the 2016/17 NFL season.
|Head Coach||Ron Rivera|
|Arena/Stadium||Bank of America Stadium|
|Statistics 2016-17 (YTD)||Rank|
|Total points||15th (369)|
|Total yards||19th (5499)|
|First downs||20th (318)|
|Pass attempts||21st (562)|
|Pass comps||30th (306)|
|Pass yards||19th (3685)|
|Pass TDs||19th (21)|
|Rush attempts||7th (453)|
|Rush yards||10th (1814)|
|Rush TDs||10th (16)|
|Fumbles lost||23rd (10)|
|Total turnovers||5th (29)|
|Sack yards lost||26th (277)|
|Penalty yards||26th (835)|
|Q1 points||10th (85)|
|Q2 points||15th (107)|
|Q3 points||9th (88)|
|Q4 points||25th (89)|
- Tuesday notes: Waiting to be cleared
The Panthers and linebacker Luke Kuechly can't do or say much until he clears the NFL's concussion protocol.
- Julius Peppers setting the pace
The 37-year-old is pacing himself at practice and it's paying off in games - to the tune of 6.5 sacks through six games.
- Ryan Kalil closing in on return
Carolina's Pro Bowl center hasn't played since the season opener, and he's been missed.
- Panthers in the Power Rankings: Week 7
Check out where the Panthers are in the power rankings following close loss against the Eagles.
- Panthers sign LB Andrew Gachkar, waive QB Brad Kaaya
Carolina completes series of moves by adding veteran linebacker and parting ways with rookie quarterback.
- Get to Know: Chicago Bears
Following a mini-bye week, the Panthers take on former head coach John Fox and the Chicago Bears.
- Around the NFC South: Crazy Sunday benefits Panthers
Stunning setback for Falcons opens the door for Panthers to maintain first place in the division.
- Big plays remain "inches away" from Christian McCaffrey
The first-round pick came oh-so-close to making a bigger difference during Thursday night's loss.