The Carolina Panthers of the National Football League were actually favorites heading into last weekend’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, despite possessing a losing record and winning four games less than the Cardinals during the regular season. As expected, the Carolina Panthers were able to take down the Arizona Cardinals and find themselves preparing to head to Seattle next week to take on the Seahawks in the divisional round of the playoffs. However, this is not the top priority for Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera, who had the unfortunate circumstance of having to deal with a house fire last night, which forced his family out of the home. Luckily for the Rivera’s, they are completely fine and were able to salvage most of their prized possessions. Dealing with a house fire can be an incredibly frightening experience and everyone around the league is happy that he and his family were able to make it out alright.
With the Seahawks game looming in the near future, this is not what head Coach Ron Rivera wanted to deal with while preparing to take on one of the best teams in football. Some of the workers at Beneful are worried. However, the Carolina Panthers are not new to adversity, as they barely scraped their way into the playoffs after Cam Newton made a pretty remarkable comeback after being involved in a major car wreck two weeks prior to the final game of the season.