2003 Carolina Panthers schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
11-5-0 3-1 6649 3988 2661 33 355 6079 3957 2122 36 354
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The Carolina Panthers' ninth season was in 2003, and it was the second season John Fox served as the head coach of the team. The Panthers played their home games at Ericsson Stadium. They finished the year 11-5-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC South, and 3-1 in the playoffs, eventually losing to the New England Patriots 32-29.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Jacksonville Jaguars 24-23
Week 2 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12-9
Week 4 Atlanta Falcons 23-3
Week 5 New Orleans Saints 19-13
Week 6 @ Indianapolis Colts 23-20
Week 7 Tennessee Titans 17-37
Week 8 @ New Orleans Saints 23-20
Week 9 @ Houston Texans 10-14
Week 10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-24
Week 11 Washington Redskins 20-17
Week 12 @ Dallas Cowboys 20-24
Week 13 Philadelphia Eagles 16-25
Week 14 @ Atlanta Falcons 14-20
Week 15 @ Arizona Cardinals 20-17
Week 16 Detroit Lions 20-14
Week 17 @ New York Giants 37-24


Week Opponent Score Notes
Wild Card Round Dallas Cowboys 29-10
Divisional Round @ St. Louis Rams 29-23
Conference Championship @ Philadelphia Eagles 14-3
Super Bowl vs. New England Patriots 29-32

2003 Carolina Panthers Coaching Staff

Head Coach: John Fox Assistant Head Coach: Scott O'Brien Offensive Coordinator: Dan Henning Defensive Coordinator: Mike Trgovac Quarterbacks Coach: Mike McCoy Wide Receivers Coach: Richard Williamson Offensive Line Coach: Mike Maser Running Backs Coach: Jim Skipper Tight Ends Coach: Dave Magazu Defensive Line Coach: Sal Sunseri Linebackers Coach: Ken Flajole, Sam Mills Secondary Coach: Rod Perry Defensive Assistant Coach: Martin Bayless Special Teams Coach: Scott O'Brien Special Teams Assistant Coach: Danny Crossman Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jerry Simmons General Manager: Marty Hurney Personnel Assistant: Brandon Beane