2004 Carolina Panthers season

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2004 Carolina Panthers season
Head coach John Fox
General manager Marty Hurney
Owner Jerry Richardson
Home field Bank of America Stadium
Results
Record 7–9
Division place 3rd NFC South
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season Next season
< 2003 2005 >

The 2004 Carolina Panthers season was the tenth season for the team in the National Football League. They tried to improve upon their record in 2003, a year when they fell 29–32 in Super Bowl XXXVIII to the New England Patriots. The Panthers would be decimated by injuries, which led them to a 1–7 record after eight games. Despite a late season charge, they finished 7–9, narrowly missing the playoffs.

Offseason[edit]

NFL Draft[edit]

Main article: 2004 NFL Draft
2004 Carolina Panthers draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
1 28 Chris Gamble  Cornerback Ohio State
2 62 Keary Colbert  Wide receiver USC
3 94 Travelle Wharton  Offensive tackle South Carolina
5 163 Drew Carter  Wide receiver Ohio State
6 196 Sean Tufts  Linebacker Colorado
7 232 Michael Gaines  Tight end Central Florida
      Made roster  

[1]

Personnel[edit]

Staff[edit]

2004 Carolina Panthers staff
Front office

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches

Special teams coaches

Strength and conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning – Jerry Simmons
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Danny Crossman

[2]

Roster[edit]

2004 Carolina Panthers final roster
Quarterbacks

Running backs


Wide receivers


Tight ends


Offensive linemen


Defensive linemen


Linebackers


Defensive backs


Special teams


Reserve lists



Practice squad



Rookies in italics
Active, Inactive, Practice squad

Schedule[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Week Date Opponent Results Game site Attendance
Final score Team record
1 September 13 Green Bay Packers L 14–24 0–1 Bank of America Stadium
73,656
2 September 19 at Kansas City Chiefs W 28–17 1–1 Arrowhead Stadium
78,136
3 Bye
4 October 3 Atlanta Falcons L 10–27 1–2 Bank of America Stadium
73,461
5 October 10 at Denver Broncos L 17–20 1–3 Invesco Field at Mile High
75,072
6 October 17 at Philadelphia Eagles L 8–30 1–4 Lincoln Financial Field
67,707
7 October 24 San Diego Chargers L 6–17 1–5 Bank of America Stadium
73,096
8 October 31 at Seattle Seahawks L 17–23 1–6 Qwest Field
66,214
9 November 7 Oakland Raiders L 24–27 1–7 Bank of America Stadium
73,518
10 November 14 at San Francisco 49ers W 37–27 2–7 Monster Park
63,618
11 November 21 Arizona Cardinals W 35–10 3–7 Bank of America Stadium
72,796
12 November 28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 21–14 4–7 Bank of America Stadium
73,124
13 December 5 at New Orleans Saints W 32–21 5–7 Louisiana Superdome
58,878
14 December 12 St. Louis Rams W 20–7 6–7 Bank of America Stadium
73,306
15 December 18 at Atlanta Falcons L 31–34 (OT) 6–8 Georgia Dome
70,845
16 December 26 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 37–20 7–8 Raymond James Stadium
65,380
17 January 2 New Orleans Saints L 18–21 7–9 Bank of America Stadium
73,302

Standings[edit]

NFC South
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Atlanta Falcons 11 5 0 .688 4–2 8–4 340 align="c L2
New Orleans Saints 8 8 0 .500 3–3 6–6 348 405 W4
Carolina Panthers 7 9 0 .438 3–3 6–6 335 339 L1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 11 0 .313 2–4 4–8 301 304 L4

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2004 Carolina Panthers Draftees". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved February 18, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Assistant Coaches". Panthers.com. Archived from the original on January 15, 2013. Retrieved January 3, 2014.