Panthers crush Cardinals, headed to Super Bowl 50
CHARLOTTE - The Carolina Panthers are going to the Super Bowl for the second time in team history.
The Panthers rolled passed the Arizona Cardinals, 49-15 Sunday night. The win gives Carolina (16-1) their first trip back to the Super Bowl since 2004.
Sunday afternoon the Broncos beat the New England Patriots clinching the AFC Championship, 20-18.
The Panthers will play the Denver Broncos at Levi Stadium just outside San Francisco on February 7.