More Videos

Here's what can happen when an audience casts a play 1:52

Here's what can happen when an audience casts a play

What American Airlines' new Charlotte hub leader means for CLT 3:12

What American Airlines' new Charlotte hub leader means for CLT

Meet Charlotte's eclipse baby 1:03

Meet Charlotte's eclipse baby

Trump says 'both sides' are to blame for Charlottesville violence 2:33

Trump says 'both sides' are to blame for Charlottesville violence

Battery maker Alevo to file for Chapter 11 0:51

Battery maker Alevo to file for Chapter 11

International Space Station makes surprise appearance during eclipse 0:34

International Space Station makes surprise appearance during eclipse

Mayor Roberts announces after-school program grant 2:08

Mayor Roberts announces after-school program grant

Conservative activists defend 'Free Speech Rally' in Boston 3:28

Conservative activists defend 'Free Speech Rally' in Boston

Former CMPD cop shares fashion secrets for men 1:23

Former CMPD cop shares fashion secrets for men

White supremacy protests in Charlottesville, Va., devolve into a chaotic day of violence 2:24

White supremacy protests in Charlottesville, Va., devolve into a chaotic day of violence

  • Carolina Panthers vs. Arizona Cardinals: Five bold predictions

    Charlotte Observer NFL writer Joe Person makes five bold predictions for Sunday's visit from the Arizona Cardinals.

Charlotte Observer NFL writer Joe Person makes five bold predictions for Sunday's visit from the Arizona Cardinals. Mike Persinger mpersinger@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte Observer NFL writer Joe Person makes five bold predictions for Sunday's visit from the Arizona Cardinals. Mike Persinger mpersinger@charlotteobserver.com

Jake Delhomme: Panthers’ Super Bowl hangover looks a lot like 2004 – with one huge difference

October 29, 2016 12:06 PM

About Scott Fowler

fowler.png

@scott_fowler

Scott Fowler is a national award-winning sports columnist for The Charlotte Observer. Email Scott at sfowler@charlotteobserver.com or call him at 704-358-5140