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2018 Carolina Panthers season

2018 Carolina Panthers season
OwnerDavid Tepper
Head coachRon Rivera
General managerMarty Hurney
Home fieldBank of America Stadium
Results
Record7–9
Division place3rd NFC South
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Pro BowlersMLB Luke Kuechly
G Trai Turner
DT Kawann Short
Team MVPChristian McCaffrey
Team ROYD. J. Moore
Uniform
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The 2018 season was the Carolina Panthers' 24th in the National Football League and their eighth under head coach Ron Rivera. It was the team's first season without former assistant head coach/defensive coordinator Steve Wilks, who became head coach of the Arizona Cardinals in the offseason and former offensive coordinator Mike Shula, who became the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator of the New York Giants.[1] The Panthers entered the season hoping to improve or match their 11–5 record from last year. After starting 6–2, the Panthers fell into a 7-game losing streak, failing to improve or match their previous season's record, and were eliminated from playoff contention following a loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 16. Although they went a dismal 1–7 in the second half of the season, the Panthers managed to end on a high note by defeating their division rival New Orleans Saints, 33–14.