Opening Day Sparks Quarterback Controversy in Carolina

Posted: 13th September 2009 by Austin Penny in NFL
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The Carolina Panthers season could not have opened on a more disappointing note Sunday, as they were manhandled by the Philadelphia Eagles and saw the scoreboard read 38-10 at the end of the day. The Eagles' victory can be attributed mainly to the play of Jake Delhomme.  For the second straight meaningful game, Delhomme was painfully bad, throwing four interceptions and losing a fumble. Delhomme started out crisp on the team's first drive, but things quickly turned sour.  The first interception of the afternoon came on the Panthers' next drive and was followed by a Delhomme fumble that was recovered for a touchdown. The first drive was quickly overshadowed, and Delhomme threw another interception before the first half came to a close, which led to another Eagles touchdown. Afte ...

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