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Fourth quarter call raises hope but Patriots still lose to Panthers

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on November 19th, 2013

On Monday night, the New England Patriots were defeated by the Carolina Panthers, 24-20 at the Bank of America Stadium. The Patriots and the Panthers are both 7-3 so far in this season. (more)

The Patriots will face the Panthers for this Monday Night’s Football

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on November 14th, 2013

It’s just a few days away till Monday Night Football when the New England Patriots will face the Carolina Panthers. The Patriots have played the Panthers five times before, the last time being the 2005 Superbowl XXXVIII. (more)

Vick Cleared to Play by Week 3

Posted by Ace Staff on September 3rd, 2009

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has recently stated that Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick will be eligible to play by the third week of the 2009 NFL regular season.  “Hopefully we can have a success story here, which would be good for society in general,” said Goodell. “He’s realistic about the challenges ahead, and anxious to play football.” The Eagles are set to match up with the New York Jets for their last preseason game before they open up the regular season in Charlotte against the Carolina Panthers on September 13th.  Vick will be able to officially take the field on September 20th when his team hosts the New Orleans Saints in Philadelphia. Get your Philadelphia Eagles tickets here at!

Peppers to Patriots Rumors Return

Posted by Ace Staff on April 22nd, 2009

Rumors of a trade that would bring Julius Peppers from the Carolina Panthers to the New England Patriots have begun circulating again. Carolinian radio station WFNZ has apparently reported that the Panthers want Richard Seymour and a second round pick. With the NFL draft just around the corner, expect this rumor to be proven one way or the other shortly. New England Patriots tickets are available now!

Panthers Deny Peppers Trade Rumor

Posted by Ace Staff on March 17th, 2009

The Carolina Panthers have recently denied a report saying they have spoken with the New England Patriots about a possible trade for defensive end Julius Peppers. took the lead citing unidentified sources, stating the Patriots were close to a deal that would send Peppers their way for the 34th overall pick in the upcoming draft.  New England gained the pick a few weeks ago by trading Matt Cassel to the Kansas City Chiefs. Carolina general manager Marty Hurney explained that they are unable to speak about Peppers to other teams at the moment.  “Under the non-exclusive franchise tag, Julius and his agent, Carl Carey, are within their rights to talk to other teams about a potential contract,” said Hurney.  “However, at this point, we are not aware of any such conversations.” Peppers was the number two overall pick in the 2002 draft, and he is currently the Panthers all-time sacks leader.  He has announced this off season that he is looking to play elsewhere, and he would like to try moving to outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense (similar to what New England offers).  Nothing can happen unless Peppers signs a one-year $16.7 million tender for the Panthers, which goes against the teams salary cap and leaves no room to sign other free agents. Sign up to be notified as soon as New England Patriots tickets are available!

NFL Playoffs Week 1 Results

Posted by Ace Staff on January 5th, 2009

The first round of the NFL Playoffs are over, and the divisional round match-ups are set. Saturday, January 3rd Arizona 30, Atlanta 24 The slumping  Cardinals beat the surging Falcons to move to the divisional round for only the second time in a decade. San Diego 23, Indianapolis 17 (OT) Peyton Manning and the Colts have been knocked off in the first round of the playoffs for the sixth time in their last eight appearances. Sunday January 4th Baltimore 27, Miami 9 Chad Pennington threw four interceptions right to the solid Baltimore defense. The Ravens even managed to block the PAT on Miami’s only touchdown. Philadelphia 26, Minnesota 14 Brian Westbrook’s highlight-reel 71 yard reception put the Eagles out of reach. Divisional Week Matchups Saturday January 10th 4:30pm – Baltimore at Tennessee 8:15pm – Arizona at Carolina Sunday January 11th 1:00pm – Philadelphia at Giants 4:45pm – San Diego at Pittsburgh NFL Playoff Tickets are available now!

2009 NFL Playoff Schedule

Posted by Ace Staff on December 29th, 2008

The 2009 NFL Playoffs begin on Saturday, January 3rd. At 4:30pm the surprising 11-5 Atlanta Falcons take on the 9-7 Arizona Cardinals. At 8pm, the 12-4 Indianapolis Colts host the 8-8 San Diego Chargers. On Sunday, January 4th at 1pm the 11-5 Baltimore Ravens meet the 11-5 Miami Dolphins. At 4:30pm the 9-6-1 Philadelphia Eagles take on the 10-6 Minnesota Vikings. On Saturday, January 10th, the lowest seeded AFC winner plays the 13-3 Tennessee Titans at 4:30pm, and the lowest seeded NFC team plays the 12-4 Carolina Panthers at 8:15pm.  The next day, Sunday January 11th, sees the highest seeded NFC winner from the first round facing the 12-4 New York Giants at 1pm, and the highest seeded AFC winner of the first week will play the 12-4 Pittsburgh Steelers at 4:30pm.

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