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On The Prowl 1/21: Shula Named OC of the Year by Pro Football Focus


SHULA NAMED OC OF THE YEAR BY PFF:Neil Hornsby of Pro Football Focus named Mike Shula Offensive Coordinator of the Year, praising his ability to maximize the talent on the roster while helping construct one of the top offenses in the league. READ MORE

CREEDBOMBING:Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer highlights an invention of linebacker Ben Jacobs - the Creedbomb - which involves surprising a teammate by singing a verse of a song from the band Creed. "The key is you've got to make really deep, direct eye contact," Jacobs told Jones. "So if you Creedbomb someone you've got to look them directly in the eye." READ MORE

LOCKER ROOM TALK: Several members of the Panthers offense discuss Sunday's matchup vs. Arizona. Watch the video below.

BILLICK ON FINAL FOUR: Each team competing for their respective conference championship this weekend provides a valuable lesson about the NFL. In the Panthers case, a powerful running attack and defense that excels in turning over the ball.  READ MORE

RIVERA'S VISION UNFOLDS:After head coach Ron Rivera arrived in Carolina, quarterback Cam Newton and linebacker Luke Kuechly soon followed, leading to the team success we see today. READ MORE

NEWTON'S WINNING APPROACH :Cam Newton wants to take advantage of Panthers' playoff opportunity in the worst way while handling the spotlight the best way. READ MORE

LITTLE BIG TOWN TO PERFORM NATIONAL ANTHEM, HALFTIME:Grammy Award-winning country group, Little Big Town, will perform the National Anthem and halftime show during Sunday's NFC Championship game between the Carolina Panthers and Arizona Cardinals. READ MORE

NEWTON NAMED PFWA MVP, OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Cam Newton was named the 2015 MVP and Offensive Player of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America. READ MORE

GINN READY FOR PANTHERS-CARDINALS CLASH:Wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr. is geared up for Sunday's showdown, but not because it's against one of his former teams. READ MORE

View photos from the Panthers' week of practice leading up to their game against the Cardinals.

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