The Carolina Panthers defeats the Arizona Cardinals, 20-17, on a John Kasay game-winning 49-yard field goal with four seconds remaining to clinch the NFC South division title and earn the Carolina Panthers their second-ever playoff berth.
The Carolina Panthers make their first postseason appearance since 1996 and produce a 29-10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in an NFC Wild Card Playoff game.
In the NFC Divisional Playoffs, the Carolina Panthers and St. Louis play the fifth-longest game in NFL history. The Carolina Panthers earn a dramatic 29-23 win against the Rams when Steve Smith catches a 69-yard touchdown pass from Jake Delhomme in the second overtime.
Carolina Panthers Owner/Founder Jerry Richardson announces an agreement to rename the Carolina Panthers home Bank of America Stadium.
The Carolina Panthers win the NFC Championship with a 14-3 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles to advance to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history.
Carolina Panthers face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII.