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Regular Season

Week-1: L
Goff, Gurley II lead Rams to 30-27 win over Panthers

Goff threw for 186 yards and 1 touchdown. Gurley II had 14 carries for 97 yards. Newton completed 25 of 38 passes for 239 yards.

Week-2: L
Buccaneers use goal-line stand to beat Panthers 20-14

Tampa Bay got plenty of pressure on Newton with three sacks. Jameis Winston threw for 208 yards and a touchdown.

Week-3: W
Kyle Allen throws 4 TD's, Panthers beat Cardinals 38-20

In his second career start, Allen was 19 of 26 for 261 yards with no interceptions. RB McCaffrey had 24 carries for 153 yards and a 76-yard touchdown run. TE Olsen caught 2 touchdown passes.

Week-4: W
Panthers down Texans 16-10 dispite QB Kyle Allen's fumbles

Allen threw for 232 yards and the team over came three fumbles. RB Christian McCaffrey had 93 yards rushing with 87 receiving yards.

Week-5: W
RB Christian McCaffrey scores 3 TD's, Panthers hold off Jaguars 34-27

McCaffery also tied a career high with 237 yards from scrimmage, including 178 yards on the ground.

Week-6: W
Christian McCaffey scores 2 TD's to lead Panthers past Bucs 37-26

Carolina turned five interceptions by Jameis Winston into 17 points. McCoy had 2 1/2 sacks, deflected a pass at the line of scrimmage and had one tackle for loss.

Bye Week

Week-8: L
Coleman's 4 TDs lead 49ers past Panthers 51-13

Tevin Coleman scored three of his four touchdowns in the first half, and the 49ers remained unbeaten with a 51-13 victory over the Panthers in their highest-scoring game in 26 years.

Week-9: W
Christian McCaffrey scores 3 TDs as Panthers defeat Titans 30-20

McCaffrey raced 58 yards to the end zone for his third touchdown of the game, chants of "MVP! MVP!" echoed throughout Bank of America Stadium.

Week-10: L
Packers Aaron Jones scores 3 TDs in 24-16 win over Panthers
Green Bay (8-2) improved to 5-2 all-time against Carolina at home. McCaffrey had a relatively quiet 108 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries for Carolina (5-4), who fell to 6-10 all-time against Green Bay.

Week-11: L
Falcons defense overwhelms Allen, Panthers 29-3
Atlanta intercepted Kyle Allen four times and sacked him five times, Kenjon Barner returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown and the Falcons defeated Carolina for their second straight lopsided win against an NFC South foe. Carolina have lost three of their past four games with Allen under center, who is suddenly struggling with turnovers.

Carolina (5-5) at New Orleans (8-2) - Sunday, Nov. 24



Panthers' quarterback situation, playoff hopes cloudier than ever:
The only member of the Carolina Panthers to attend Colin Kaepernick's workout on Saturday in Atlanta was safety Eric Reid, and that was out of support for his former San Francisco 49ers teammate. Perhaps general manager Marty Hurney or another member of the scouting staff should have attended, as well. Not to suggest Kaepernick could make a difference for the Panthers this season, but one has to wonder why the organization didn't at least attend the workout as potential insurance for the future. The future of Carolina's quarterback situation became murkier than ever on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium as Kyle Allen self-destructed in a 29-3 loss to the Atlanta Falcons that put the team's playoff hopes on life support. The second-year, undrafted player added a fourth pick in the second half and has nine interceptions in the past four games. He had none during a 4-0 start after taking over for Cam Newton.

Troubling trend:
Duh. Interceptions for Allen. He had three in a loss to San Francisco and one each the past two weeks before throwing four more against the Falcons. The pick and fumble last week against Green Bay, as Allen admitted, cost the Panthers a shot to win. The first-half picks today were just as costly.

QB Breakdown:
This feels like piling on, but in this case, Allen deserves it. As he did in the loss to San Francisco, he tried to do too much Sunday. Instead of simply getting the ball into the hands of his playmakers such as Christain McCaffrey, he forced passes. His first-half interception in the end zone after he stepped up in the pocket and had plenty of room to run was just about as bad as the one he had against Green Bay in the same situation.


Silver lining for the Panthers: Christian McCaffrey joined Herschel Walker and Roger Craig as the only players in NFL history with at least 2,000 rushing yards and 2,000 receiving yards in their first 3 seasons. Said McCaffrey: ‘'I just want to win.''

Most PPR fantasy points by any player through his team's first 10 games of a season (since 1950): 329.8 LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006 304.0 Priest Holmes, 2002 302.6 Christian McCaffrey, 2019 293.0 Eric Dickerson, 1983 291.1 Emmitt Smith, 1995

Panthers coach Ron RIvera says he is not concerned about Kyle Allen, who threw four interceptions today. He called them ‘'growing pains.'' Said picks were poor decisions.

Quarterback Kyle Allen is going to take a lot of heat for the Panthers' 29-3 loss to Atlanta, and he should after throwing four interceptions. But this was a complete meltdown in all phases that dropped Carolina to 5-5 and in danger of being out of playoff contention. It would take a seemingly impossible win at division-leading New Orleans next week to change that.

The Falcons lead the Panthers 26-0 and they have a missed field goal, a touchdown overturned in the end zone because the receiver didn't secure the ball and a missed extra point. So the score doesn't represent how soundly Carolina is being beaten.

Total embarrassment for the Panthers in the first half. The only good news is the 20-0 deficit isn't 34-0. Quarterback Kyle Allen had three interceptions against an Atlanta team that had a league-low two entering the game. He has seven in his last three and a half games after having seven touchdowns and no interceptions in a 4-0 start. The offensive line is a mess. The defense gave up 225 yards. Special teams gave up a 78-yard punt return. Total embarrassment.


Ron Rivera said owner David Tepper's comments about not accepting long-term mediocrity is to be expected. ‘I don't accept it either,'' the Panthers coach said. This game isn't about anything other than winning. This is my 33rd year [in the NFL]. I get it when I hear him talk about it and say the things he should say so our fans understand, ‘Hey, I don't accept it either.' That's something everybody has to understand. We don't accept it.''

Panthers' injury report: Good sign LT Dennis Daley (groin) returned on limited basis. CB Ross Cockrell (quad) did not practice. No rest for Christian McCaffrey as he has gotten on Wednesday's. He told the staff he wanted to practice today.

Panthers quarterback Kyle Allen insists his confidence hasn't changed or been shaken after throwing four picks in a 29-3 loss to Atlanta. He just knows he has to get back to playing mistake-free football, something he did in his first start last year at New Orleans.

Panthers owner David Tepper in his meeting with media allowed that "losing is sh----'' and you should feel "sh----'' when you lose. He also made it clear all options are on the table with quarterback Cam Newton, but before anything the team has to know Newton is completely healthy.