Carolina Panthers‘ quarterbacks, past and present, are all included in this list of best Panthers’ quarterbacks. It is the quarterback’s job to call the plays for the offensive squad, and he does it frequently.

Despite the fact that most teams now employ an offensive coordinator, quarterbacks still need to be familiar with the rules governing trick plays and techniques. Vigorous conditioning is essential, and don’t forget that a quarterback is only as good as his receivers.

Some of the finest NFL quarterbacks have played for the Panthers, including Jake Delhomme, Cam Newton, Steve Beuerlein, Vinny Testaverde, and Kerry Collins, to name just a few.

Here is a list  of our best Carolina Panthers quarterbacks

Cam Newton

His time with the Panthers came to an end quietly this past season and this spring. 
In 2011, the NFL Draft, Auburn’s Cam Newton was the first choice. 
Newton is Carolina’s most decorated quarterback; he has been three-time Pro Bowler, one-time All-Pro First Team pick, MVP, Offensive Rookie of the Year, and Offensive Player of the Year in his career. He has the most throwing yards and touchdowns in the history of the team.
Jake Delhomme
Delhomme remained with the Panthers for another four seasons, eventually becoming the team’s all-time leading passer in both passing yards and touchdowns until one of the top prospects in the country smashed those records. The Panthers made it to the Super Bowl that year, but they lost to the New England Patriots by a score of three points. Delhomme led Carolina to a 10-5 record in his first season, though.
Steve Beuerlein
The Panthers never made the playoffs during Beuerlein’s time with the team, thus his time there wasn’t all that great. The Broncos signed Beuerlein as a free agent after he was released by the Panthers. Beuerlein earned his sole Pro Bowl nomination in the 1999 NFL season, leading the league in passing yards (4,436) and finishing second in the MVP race to Kurt Warner.
Kerry Collins

When it comes to total throwing yards and total touchdowns, Collins is fourth in the Panthers’ history. As a second-year pro with the Panthers, Collins was named to the Pro Bowl after being 9-3 with 12 starts and tossing 21 interceptions, a league-worst total.


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