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Carolina Panthers

Stadium: Bank of America Stadium | Coach: Ron Rivera
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense14th122.8 (8th)226.6 (19th)
Defense10th115.3 (19th)228.0 (9th)

Last Game

Sun, December 21
Bank of America Stadium
on CBS Sports
Cleveland Browns
at
Carolina Panthers
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Game Leaders

CLE
Passing: B. Hoyer (7-13, 134)
Rushing: I. Crowell (16-55)
Receiving: J. Cameron (3-88)

CAR
Passing: C. Newton (18-31, 201)
Rushing: J. Stewart (24-122)
Receiving: K. Benjamin (5-47)

Schedule

Sun Sep 7
W 20 - 14at TB
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Sun Sep 14
W 24 - 7DET
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Sun Sep 21
L 37 - 19PIT
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Sun Sep 28
L 38 - 10at BAL
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Sun Oct 5
W 31 - 24CHI
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Sun Oct 12
37 - 37at CIN
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Sun Oct 19
L 38 - 17at GB
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Sun Oct 26
L 13 - 9SEA
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Thu Oct 30
L 28 - 10NO
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Mon Nov 10
L 45 - 21at PHI
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Sun Nov 16
L 19 - 17ATL
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Sun Nov 30
L 31 - 13at MIN
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Sun Dec 7
W 41 - 10at NO
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Sun Dec 14
W 19 - 17TB
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Sun Dec 21
W 17 - 13CLE
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1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28
FOXat ATL

Standings

NFC
South
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Carolina6-8-13-2-0
Atlanta6-9-05-0-0
New Orleans6-9-02-3-0
Tampa Bay2-13-00-5-0
Fantasy Analysis | 1419216020
Panthers DST continues strong run
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

The Panthers DST unit entered Week 16 against the Browns having scored in double figures in two straight games, and they made it a third in a 17-13 win Sunday.  

The Panthers limited the Browns to just 228 yards of total offense in the game, much of which came on a single long touchdown pass to Jordan Cameron. The Panthers forced one turnover and sacked Brian Hoyer three times in the win.

The Panthers' pass rush has been strong lately, as they have 11 sacks in their last four games, while averaging 12.3 Fantasy points per game in that stretch. They will look to keep that going in Week 17, against a Falcons team they had 8 Fantasy points against in Week 11. 

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Jonathan Stewart proving he can still make a difference
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart is closing out the season with a flourish, as he rushed for 100-plus yards for the second time in three games in Week 16's 17-13 win over the Browns.

Stewart bounced back from a subpar Week 15 by rushing the ball 24 times for 122 yards. The latter is his second-best mark of the season, and he also added his first receiving touchdown of the year, on two catches and 7 yards.

Stewart has really come on strong over the last four games, and has taken on a larger share of the work as a result of DeAngelo Williams' injury. He is averaging 109.3 yards per game over that stretch, and now has 760 yards on the season, his second-best total since 2011. Watching him take on a bigger workload while remaining healthy has to be a good sign for his value moving forward in his career, and he should probably be viewed as a must-start Fantasy option in Week 17 against the Falcons. 

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Panthers PK Graham Gano misses long one Sunday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Panthers placekicker Graham Gano blew his first field goal attempt wide right Sunday against Cleveland, but did boot through a 23-yarder later in the first quarter.

He also hit both extra point tries in the win.

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Four Panthers merely pitch in to Sunday triumph
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Several Panthers made small contributions to a key win Sunday against Cleveland. Among them was running back Mike Tolbert, who rushed for 19 yards on seven carries. Fozzy Whittaker added five yards on his lone carry.

The others did their minor damage through the air. Philly Brown caught two passes for 22 yards while fellow wide receiver Brenton Bersin snagged one for 14 yards.

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Panthers TE Greg Olsen snags just one against Browns
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Those who assumed Panthers tight end Greg Olsen would gain the 40 yards he needed through the air to reach 1,000 on the season Sunday against Cleveland assumed wrong.

Olsen was held without a catch through three quarters and finished with one for 21 yards. It was his second-lowest output of the year. He was targeted just three times in the game.

He needs 19 yards at Atlanta next Sunday to earn his first 1,000-yard season.

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