2001 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
1-15-0 0-0 4254 2882 1372 35 236 5943 3642 2301 36 304
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The Carolina Panthers' seventh season was in 2001, and it was the third season George Seifert served as the head coach of the team. The Panthers played their home games at Ericsson Stadium. He was fired from the Panthers on Monday, January 7, 2002. They finished the season 1-15-0, 0-8-0 at home and 1-7-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Minnesota Vikings 24-13
Week 2 @ Atlanta Falcons 16-24
Week 3 Green Bay Packers 7-28
Week 4 @ San Francisco 49ers 14-24
Week 5 New Orleans Saints 25-27
Week 6 @ Washington Redskins 14-17
Week 7 New York Jets 12-13
Week 8 @ Miami Dolphins 6-23
Week 9 @ St. Louis Rams 14-48
Week 10 San Francisco 49ers 22-25
Week 11 Atlanta Falcons 7-10
Week 12 @ New Orleans Saints 23-27
Week 13 @ Buffalo Bills 24-25
Week 15 St. Louis Rams 32-38
Week 16 Arizona Cardinals 7-30
Week 17 New England Patriots 6-38

2001 Carolina Panthers Coaching Staff

Head Coach: George Seifert Assistant Head Coach: Richard Williamson, John Marshall Offensive Coordinator: Richard Williamson Defensive Coordinator: John Marshall Assistant Special Teams Coordinator: Darrin Simmons Quarterbacks Coach: Turk Schonert Wide Receivers Coach: Mike McCoy Offensive Line Coach: Paul T. Boudreau Running Backs Coach: Chick Harris Tight Ends Coach: Don Breaux Offensive Assistant Coach: Greg Roman Defensive Line Coach: Jacob Burney Linebackers Coach: Sam Mills Defensive Backs Coach: Carlos Mainord Defensive Assistant Coach: Alvin Reynolds Special Teams Coach: Scott O'Brien Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jerry Simmons Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Darrin Simmons Director of Player Operations: Marty Hurney Personnel Assistant: Brandon Beane Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Freddie Brown, Clifford Lewis