After going 11-5 last season, the Carolina Panthers enter 2018 with high aspirations. The Panthers were just minutes away from advancing to the NFC Divisional Round in 2017 before Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints took over. In 2018, the Panthers believe they can compete with anyone and return to the Super Bowl.
Cam Newton will begin his 8th NFL season, all of which have come in Carolina. The former MVP is arguably the best dual threat in the game, which he proved last year with over 3,300 passing yards and 750 rushing yards. Despite his inconsistency, Newton has established himself as one of the most talented and entertaining quarterbacks in the league. Love him or hate him, Cam Newton brings a certain spark to the field that no other player can.
General manager Marty Hurney, who was rewarded with the full time position this past February, acquired Torrey Smith from the Philadelphia Eagles to join Devin Funchess in the receiving corps. Tight end Greg Olsen returns for his 8th season with Carolina, looking to recover from an injury that limited him last season. Olsen is a 3x Pro Bowler who has the third most receiving yards in Carolina Panthers franchise history, and he has been Cam Newton’s favorite target ever since he came over to Carolina. The team let go of veteran running back Jonathan Stewart in the off-season, but all that does is open the door for second year stud Christian McCaffrey to get more touches. With Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey leading the charge, the Carolina Panthers offense is can’t-miss entertainment.
On the defensive side of the football, the Panthers are led by All-Pro linebacker Luke Kuechly. He was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2013, and he has anchored this defense ever since he was drafted in 2012. Veteran Julius Peppers will return for his 17th NFL season, joining new addition Dontari Poe on the defensive line. With former defensive coordinator Steve Wilks leaving to become head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, Eric Washington will take over as defensive coordinator in 2018.
In 2018 Bank of America Stadium will see the Carolina Panthers go to battle with the Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, and Seattle Seahawks.
Carolina Panthers suite rentals at Bank of America Stadium will vary in price depending on the team is playing, the location of the luxury suite and the amount of suite tickets included. A Carolina Panthers luxury suite features HDTVs, premium in-suite catering options, interior lounge seating, exterior balcony seating, wet bar, private restroom and a spacious floor plan. Most Panthers suites are going to accommodate parties of 16 – 22 guests. With a Panthers luxury suite, guests will receive exclusive access to the Silver Club, private entry into Bank of America Stadium and VIP parking passes.