Greatest Panthers Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Carolina football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1997 Divisional Round, Sam Mills Picks It Reaching Conf. Title Game In Second Season
2004 Wildcard Round, "Keep Pounding" RIP Sam Mills
2004 Divisional Round, Smith's Double OT Winning Catch
2016 National Conference Championship, Super Cam Sprints to Super Bowl 50

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1997 Divisional Round
Sam Mills Picks It Reaching Conf. Title Game In Second Season
Carolina vs Dallas
26 - 17
Ericsson Stadium, Charlotte, NC
In only their 2nd season, Carolina finished 12-4 earning the #2 seed and a bye in the playoffs. Facing an Aikman and E. Smith led Dallas offense, Carolina picked off Aikman 3 seperate times including a game-sealing interception by Sam Mills to seal their spot in the conference title game.

2004 Wildcard Round
"Keep Pounding" RIP Sam Mills
Carolina vs Dallas
29 - 10
Ericsson Stadium, Charlotte, NC
Sam Mills was the heartbeat of team Carolina's defense as a player and immediately went into a coaching role following retirement. Diagnosed with cancer at the beginning of the 2003-2004 season, he gave a speech before the wildcard playoff game remembered for two words. "Keep Pounding". RIP Sam.

2004 Divisional Round
Smith's Double OT Winning Catch
Carolina vs St. Louis
29 - 23
Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, MO
En route to Carolina's first Super Bowl appearance, they faced a tough test against St. Louis that went into double overtime. The man himself, Steve Smith, would catch a ball on 3rd down and take it all to the house, sending Carolina into the conference championship game.

2016 National Conference Championship
Super Cam Sprints to Super Bowl 50
Carolina vs Arizona
49 - 15
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
Arguably the best Carolina team ever. After starting the season 14-0, Carolina stormed into the playoffs knocking off reigning champions Seattle and then demolishing Arizona to reach the Super Bowl for the 2nd time in the franchise's short history. Super Cam led the way with 4 total touchdowns.