Most rushing yards vs. the Saints this year: 94 … Miles Sanders 74 … Christian McCaffrey 69 … Jalen Hurts 63 … Jordan Howard 60 … Antonio Gibson 52 … Saquon Barkley
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Taylor Heinicke hits @TheTerry_25 to tie the game before the half! #WashingtonFootball 📺: #WASvsCAR on FOX 📱: NFL app pic.twitter.com/TcBXuj5Lcz
LIVE: WR Terry McLaurin speaks to the media after the win twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Washington WR Curtis Samuel, who hasn't played since Week 5 with a groin injury, has just a small chance to play today, source said. If he can't go today, he should play next week.
DeAndre Carter: "We definitely know who we are as an offense now. We're tough and physical, we're going to run the ball ... and we trust Taylor."
Joey Slye gives us a three-point lead 24-21, us | 4:13 | Q4 pic.twitter.com/7dPhYxQTor
McCaffrey tackled short of the sticks. Kamren Curl with the hit immediately, denying any YAC.
The former home to nearly 30+ WFT'ers … including 2 of those QBs sitting on the bench WAY far away. Kyle Allen, clearly the wisest of the 3, is drinking coffee. Heinicke is watching something on his phone and getting hyped. Thank you for subscribing to The Washington Post. pic.twitter.com/u5WsCIbgW4
Re-watching #WashingtonFootball and the #Panthers. Don't forget about the fumble recovery by Troy Apke on the Carter kick return. WSH had just fallen behind 14-7 and Carolina would have taken over inside the 30. Apke came out of the pile with the ball. WFT went and tied game.
FWIW, it's also a non-Panthers homecoming for two other Washington players: DE James Smith Williams, who grew up in Raleigh and played at NC State, and WR Dyami Brown, who is from Charlotte and went to West Mecklenburg High before playing for UNC.
That's Curtis Samuel warming up with others not playing (Logan Thomas among them). Samuel was Considered a longshot for today. mentioned this yesterday, but there's a definite chance for him to play vs Seattle. pic.twitter.com/fm2MubRZoo
Daron Payne delivers the hurt with that sack on 4th and 3. Kneel down. Washington gonna win 27-21. What a world.
Chase Young will have surgery on Monday to repair his torn ACL. wp.me/pbBqYq-c6Nu
OT Sam Cosmi is questionable to return with a hip injury
Jamin Davis crashed on CMac, Cam kept the football with nobody left to contain. 10 yards. #WashingtonFootball
Tough ask to have John Bates coming across the formation to get to Reddick, one of the best edges in football. Sack, loss of 10.
C Tyler Larsen is questionable to return with a knee injury
Great job by William Jackson sticking tight in coverage and breaking up the pass to set up 4th down pic.twitter.com/NZW7u7gzeG
Talked about this play in my initial observations post, but worth highlighting again how good Washington's OL is at generating movement. Wes Schweitzer at C gets the NT out to the numbers while Lucas at RT falls on the 3T at the hashmarks. Makes a HUGE gap between the two DTs twitter.com/markbullocknfl…
Nice job by Heinicke scrambling for a 1st down on 3rd and short. Ereck Flowers also does a good job looking for work and coming across to help Leno by knocking over the edge rusher pic.twitter.com/BMKX15Ku81
Great job by Danny Johnson on 3rd and 4. Washington has been beat by this quick seam concept on 3rd and short all season, but Johnson clearly studied it. Undercuts the route and breaks up the pass to get the stop pic.twitter.com/Kk0JeGbzJa
Giving us all the feels… Cam Newton Touchdown! 📺: FOX pic.twitter.com/b8u9niQSJt
This is the content we love to see‼️ Jeremy Chinn is wearing @_ajawilson22's Las Vegas Aces jersey for today's fit 🏀 pic.twitter.com/7vSu9GTBS1
Beautiful throw by Cam Newton to Christian McCaffrey for 27-yard TD. Tied at 21.
S/O to Ian Thomas for this ELITE block 📺: FOX pic.twitter.com/oHjQ2yZO6Y
Donte Jackson on struggles here: "It sucks. We play so well on the road, and when we're at home we don't bring that same fire." They're 2-4 at home this season.
Haason Reddick's sack gives him 10.5 for the season. He becomes just the third Panther to record double-digit sacks in his first season on the team (Kevin Greene 1996, Julius Peppers 2002).
Matt Rhule speaks to the media after the game twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Stephon Gilmore says he's "close" to being ready to play more than just a limited package.
Cam's longest throw of the day is right on the mark -- 19 yards to TE Tommy Tremble.
Great play by Morgan Fox to cause the fumble.
Joe Flacco is 6-1 lifetime against #Dolphins. Only loss came last Oct. 18 (24-0). Flacco played poorly and actually took a 28-yard sack as injury replacement for Sam Darnold. Struggled vs blitz: 7-for-17, 60 yds, 3 sacks, 1 INT. #Jets
Panthers inactives (all healthy scratches): QB Matt Barkley WR Shi Smith S Kenny Robinson CB Rashaan Melvin DT Phil Hoskins
Moore caught five of seven targets for 50 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-21 loss to Washington.
Moore started the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown during the first quarter, marking his first end-zone visit since Week 4. After back-to-back games with under 35 receiving yards, Moore fared slightly better Sunday, but he still narrowly trailed tailback Christian McCaffrey in all major receiving categories. Although his production has declined since a hot start to the season, Moore's touchdown Sunday, established rapport with new-yet-familiar starting quarterback Cam Newton, and upcoming matchup versus the Dolphins offers a few reasons for optimism in Week 12.
As noted by @Pantherstatsguy and modeled by J.J. Jansen and the specialists, the Panthers are going black jerseys and black britches today. pic.twitter.com/8CcnPc8TsO
Gibson fumbles. Frankie Luvu with the recovery. That dude is always around the football.
Joe Brady is having fun dialing up plays for Cam
Juston Burris with his second personal foul. This one was pretty obvious.
Dennis Daley shaken up. Brady Christensen in at left tackle.
The Carolina Panthers’ offensive line pitched a shutout in their Week 10 upset win over the Arizona Cardinals, allowing zero sacks of either Cam Newton or P.J. Walker. Now, they’re getting a little relief this afternoon against the Washington Football Team.
Less than 24 hours after officially being activated, John Miller will be in uniform and will get the start back at right guard for the unit. He will take over for Trent Scott, who held down the duties on the interior last week.
Miller, thanks to a bothersome ankle, is fresh off a three-week stint on the injured reserve. He’ll slot in alongside left tackle Dennis Daley, left guard Michael Jordan, center Pat Elflein and right tackle Taylor Moton
|CAR||1ST||9:37||Cam Newton passed to DJ Moore down the middle for 10 yard touchdown||0||7|
|WAS||2ND||13:33||Taylor Heinicke passed to Cam Sims down the middle for 6 yard touchdown||7||7|
|CAR||2ND||6:00||Cam Newton rushed to the left for 24 yard touchdown||7||14|
|WAS||2ND||0:14||Taylor Heinicke passed to Terry McLaurin down the middle for 12 yard touchdown||14||14|
|WAS||3RD||9:26||Taylor Heinicke passed to DeAndre Carter to the left for 4 yard touchdown||21||14|
|CAR||4TH||10:50||Cam Newton passed to Christian McCaffrey to the right for 27 yard touchdown||21||21|
|WAS||4TH||4:18||Joey Slye kicked a 36-yard field goal||24||21|
|WAS||4TH||1:54||Joey Slye kicked a 29-yard field goal||27||21|
|Chase Young||DE||Knee (acl)||OUT|