Carolina Panthers continue their winning streak: Top 10 Sports

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Your 10 most watched-programs of the week on Slingbox, sports edition, were as follows. Check after the list for a few quick thoughts on this week’s most-watched sports.

1. NFL: Cowboys at Packers
2. NFL: Patriots vs Texans
3. NFL RedZone Live
4. SportsCenter
5. Futbol UEFA Liga de Campeones
6. NFL: Raiders at Broncos
7. NFL: Falcons at Panthers
8. NFL: Redskins at Bears
9. Futbol Mexicano Primera Division
10. NFL: Steelers at Bengals

With the Super Bowl less than two months away, it is no surprise that Slingbox users have been following their favorite teams and tuning into the NFL action each week. This week, the Carolina Panthers continued their impressive winning streak as they beat the Atlanta Falcons in a blowout, 38-0.  As only the ninth team in the 95-year history of the NFL to start the season with a 13-0 record, many think it’s likely the Panthers will play in Super Bowl 50.

The last time the Carolina Panthers made a Super Bowl appearance was on February 1, 2004 when they faced off against the New England Patriots, losing 32-39. The Panthers will be looking to improve on that performance if they make it to the championship game this year. History may not be in their favor, however, as only three of the eight previous teams to start 13-0 won the Lombardi Trophy.

Use your Slingbox to tune into the final three weeks of the NFL regular season as teams continue to fight for playoff positioning.

We’ll be back next week with more lists.

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