By Larry Fine SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 5 (Reuters) – Three-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Troy Aikman says the Carolina Panthers could be on the brink of a blockbuster run in the National Football League if they can avoid pitfalls that can come with success. Hall of Famer Aikman, who won three Super Bowl rings in a four-year stretch in the 1990s, said the emergence of quarterback Cam Newton and the Panthers’ core of young players could make the Panthers a perennial powerhouse. Carolina, 17-1 this season, is nearly a touchdown favorite against the Denver Broncos for Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in the suburb of Santa Clara.
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NFL-Aikman sees Panthers as possible powerhouse