Written by Sarah Batista
CHARLOTTE,NC (WBTV) - The Carolina Panthers wrapped up a perfect regular season at home after winning against the Denver Broncos Sunday.
Jerry Richardson watched the game from his end zone suite, four days after announcing he needs a heart transplant.
Meanwhile, fans have become more excited with each game.
"It's very exciting, it's been a few years since we've had a really good team, and we're proud of them," said Cathy Schneider, a fan.
"I think people notice the potential that we have," said Ashley Ehmann, a fan.
The team hasn't been to the Superbowl since 2004 when they lost to the New England Patriots. Right now, they're 11-3 and first in the NFC South Division.
They have two games left in the season, unless they reach the playoffs.
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