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  • Panthers' Graham Gano: Misses twice in loss

    Gano missed his only field-goal attempt as well as one of his two extra-point tries in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Lions.

    Gano's mistakes proved costly for the Panthers in a one-point defeat. He hit the left upright on a 34-yard attempt during the third quarter, then failed on his extra-point try to begin the fourth. The veteran has now missed three PATs this season, and although his missed field goal marked his first of the campaign, he'll still be eager to put his best foot forward in Week 12 versus the Seahawks. That being said, with just 10 points over the last three games, Gano's stock is down at the moment.

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  • Panthers' Cameron Artis-Payne: Gets a carry

    Artis-Payne rushed once for one yard in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Lions.

    Artis-Payne played only three offensive snaps in his first game as Christian McCaffrey's top backup. McCaffrey, on the other hand, was on the field for all 58 plays, evidencing just how little of a role Carolina's second-string tailback fills.

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  • Panthers' Jarius Wright: Hauls in all three targets

    Wright caught all three of his targets for 40 yards in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Lions.

    Wright's performance marked his best this season outside of Week 2's five catches for 62 yards and a score. It came while the veteran played over 70 percent of Carolina's offensive snaps, which was an increase from recent outings. His day could've been even better had Cam Newton hit him for a wide-open two-point conversion that would've won the game, but Wright at least put in an above average effort.

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  • Panthers' Greg Olsen: Scores in defeat

    Olsen caught two of three targets for nine yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Lions.

    Olsen overcame his foot issue to play all but two offensive snaps. While his three targets marked his lowest since Week 1, Olsen did find the end zone from one yard out on Carolina's first drive. That somewhat salvaged an otherwise subpar performance from Olsen, who'll aim to get more involved through the air in Week 12 versus the Seahawks.

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  • Panthers' Devin Funchess: Struggles through drop-filled outing

    Funchess appeared to drop five passes in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Lions, David Newton of reports.

    Funchess may not officially be credited with five drops, but there's no doubt he let a bunch of opportunities slip right through his hands, finishing with just two catches for 39 yards on eight targets. He's probably built up enough credibility to retain a starting job, though the drops would be more tolerable if they didn't contribute to a four-game streak with less than 50 yards and no touchdowns. With D.J. Moore thriving as the centerpiece of Carolina's passing attack, the eventual return of Torrey Smith (knee) could threaten Funchess's playing time rather than the rookie's. Carolina will host the Seahawks in Week 12.

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  • Panthers' Julius Peppers: Posts sack in loss

    Peppers recorded two tackles (both solo), including a sack, in Sunday's loss to the Lions.

    Peppers' sack was his second in as many weeks and his fourth on the season. He'd need a strong finish to equal his 11-sack output from a year ago, but his production is impressive given he's 38 years old and seeing a more limited snap count than in years past. Looking ahead, Peppers and the Panthers will face off against the Seahawks in Week 12.

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  • Panthers' Mike Adams: Tallies nine tackles Sunday

    Adams recorded nine tackles (six solo) in Sunday's loss to Detroit.

    Adams' nine tackles Sunday is his season high through 10 games. The veteran safety has been a consistent performer for the Panthers this season. He's on pace for a career high in tackles in what is his age-37 season. He'll look to continue the strong play next week, when Carolina takes on the Seahawks.

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  • Panthers' Luke Kuechly: Posts 11 tackles in loss

    Kuechly recorded 11 tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's loss to Detroit.

    Kuechly has reliably tallied tackles this season, averaging over eight per game, but he's done little else to bolster his IDP stats. Looking ahead, Kuechly and the Panthers host the Seahawks in Week 12.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 130.2
Def. 98.5

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