The Carolina Panthers came into the NFL as an expansion team in 1995, the same year as the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Panthers first season was a bit rocky, like most teams, but they soon got their act together and became a team that other teams had to worry about.
In their young existence, the Panthers have often been classified as either a running team or a balanced offense. This is not to say that they have not had good quarterbacks and great quarterback performances from time to time. The 3,000 yard milestone is a popular measuring stick to judge quarterbacks by, so who has had the most 3,000 yard passing seasons in the young history of the Carolina Panthers?
As of 2010, only two quarterbacks have ever had 3,000 yard seasons for the Panthers. Jake Delhomme played for the team for a number of years and between 2003 and 2008 he was able to put together four different 3,000 yard seasons. In second place on the list, and the only other quarterback to do it for the team so far, is Steve Beuerlein who had back to back 3,000 yard seasons in 1999 and 2000.