Panther Nation must respond to rallying cry in week 11
Cam Newton has put the glove down and now is the time for Carolina Panthers fans to respond to the quarterback’s rallying cry in Week 11.
Cam Newton’s message was clear.
It’s time to get Bank of America Stadium back.
The Carolina Panthers have been inconsistent on the court since the day Newton was released and possibly even before. It is difficult to encourage the loss of football and to motivate yourself from a fan perspective, which has seen many rival fans take back their pitch in 2021.
Most important are the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots. A permanent source of frustration for the die-hards who attend matches no matter what.
Their loss to the Patriots was the last straw. In more than one way.
And those in power within the organization have taken a drastic step that could save their season.
Newton’s return was nothing short of a bombshell. A move that caused a complete turnaround in excitement and anticipation after quarterback Sam Darnold officially passed the point of no return.
His two-in-nine touchdown performance in Carolina’s exceptional victory over the Arizona Cardinals after just three days with the team only raised expectations. Newton is set to start against the Washington soccer team in Week 11, which will see the signalman go head-to-head with his former head coach Ron Rivera to add even more spice to the occasion.
Ticket sales are exploding.
You couldn’t consider saying that until Newton came back.
Cam Newton wants to restore pride to the Carolina Panthers.
Opposing supporters infiltrating the stadium have not gone unnoticed by Auburn’s No.1 squad. Newton is offering 50 tickets to the game for those who have never or rarely attended fixtures – the player also launched a rallying cry for Panther Nation to restore pride in the franchise.
âThis Sunday is important to us. We need to get the Bank of America stadium back. I know the success has not been there, but we are not talking about the past. We are talking here about the things going forward.
Newton didn’t come back to make up numbers or a Cinderella story.
He’s here to win.
The Panthers have the talent, now they have Newton too.
There is going to be an electrifying atmosphere in the stadium on Sunday. The noise when Newton is announced and comes out of the tunnel ready to work is going to be incredible.
Newton and this young team will feed off that energy and hopefully turn it into a positive performance that will take Carolina to 6-5.
The call has been made. Now is the time for fans to let go of all the friction, come together and support the Panthers from start to finish.
To be strong.
Whether or not that leads the Panthers to the playoffs really doesn’t matter. Carolina needs to feel a connection to the squad that has been lost since the glory days of the 2010s, which saw almost their entire 2015 NFC Championship squad leave or retire.
Newton is the kind of player who needs a lot of energy and noise from the crowd to thrive. The kind of charisma that was sorely lacking at the center with Darnold and Teddy Bridgewater.
The majority of Panther Nation wanted Newton to return. Now that their wish has been amazingly granted, they must stand up and make their lasting contribution from the pits.
Newton’s rallying cry was clear. And make no mistake, Carolina’s fan base is behind their quarterback every step of the way.