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Ricky Manning
Ricky Manning and the Panthers are headed to Houston.

Ricky Manning Jr., far from intimidated by the Eagles receivers, intercepted three passes as the Panthers defeated Philadelphia 14-3 in the NFC title game to advance to Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston on Feb. 1. The Panthers take on New England, which beat Indianapolis 24-14 earlier in the day.
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