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    [2020] Week #4 - MNF

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    Carolina Panthers (3-0) at Detroit Lions (3-0)

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    Carolina Panthers (3-0) at Detroit Lions (3-0)

    Detroit, MI - 71 F :cloudy:

    Referee: Pete Morelli

    First Quarter

    :fibur: Cameron Jones, INT return for 17 yards - 8:55
    :fibur: James Otero, 2 yd TD run - 6:10 (0-6) - EXTRA POINT MISSED WIDE LEFT
    :panthers: Willie Gaffney, 37 yd FG - 0:50 (3-6)

    Second Quarter

    :fibur: Brent Hankton, 40 yd FG - 11:18 (3-9)
    :fibur: Brent Hankton, 39 yd FG - 3:10 (3-12)
    :panthers: Christian Skaggs to Mike Latta, 22 yd TD pass - 0:29 (10-12)

    Third Quarter

    :panthers: Christian Skaggs to Kelly Littleton, 37 yd TD pass - 8:56 (17-12)
    :fibur: Rob LeCount to Jeremy Cook, 6 yd TD pass - 4:10 (17-19)

    Fourth Quarter

    :panthers: Troy Wilson, 99 yd punt return for TD - 4:20 (24-19)
    :panthers: Frederick Fain, INT return for -3 yards - 1:58

    Overtime

    No events.

    FINAL SCORE: Carolina 24-19 Detroit

    Passing Leaders

    Christian Skaggs, CAR, 22/35, 288 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, 0/0 F/L
    Rob LeCount, DET, 17/28, 199 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT, 0/0 F/L

    Rushing Leaders

    Mike Latta, CAR, 19 for 93 yards, 0 TD, 1/0 F/L
    James Otero, DET, 21 for 94 yards, 1 TD, 0/0 F/L
    Calvin Jones, DET, 3 for 0 yards, 0 TD, 0/0 F/L

    Receiving Leaders

    Monte Jackson, CAR, 8 for 95 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP, 0/0 F/L
    Curtis Henry, CAR, 7 for 79 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP, 0/0 F/L
    Kelly Littleton, CAR, 2 for 39 yards, 1 TD, 0 DRP, 0/0 F/L
    Mike Latta, CAR, 1 for 22 yards, 1 TD, 0 DRP, 0/0 F/L
      Jeremy Cook, DET, 5 for 61 yards, 1 TD, 0 DRP, 1/0 F/L
    Aaron Pagliei, DET, 3 for 44 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP, 0/0 F/L
    Anthony Fasani, DET, 3 for 30 yards, 0 TD, 0 DRP, 0/0 F/L
    Adrian Allen, DET, 2 for 24 yards, 0 TD, 0 DRP, 0/0 F/L

    Defensive Leaders

    Frederick Fain, CAR, 1 INT, 1 FF, 4 Tackles
    Trent Haynes, CAR, 8 Tackles
    Jim Milloy, CAR, 5 Tackles
    Mike Wohlabaugh, CAR, 1 Sack, 2 Tackles
      Cameron Jones, DET, 1 INT, 1 FF, 6 Tackles
    Doug Carolan, DET, 1.5 Sacks, 5 Tackles
    Earl Jackson, DET, 0.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles
    Richard Ryan, DET, 5 Tackles

    Injuries

    No Major Injuries
    No Major Injuries

    Offensive Line Rating

    8.2
    8.0

    Sacks

    2.0
    3.0

    Punting

    43.1
    45.5

    3rd Down Efficiency

    5-11
    4-12

    4th Down Efficiency

    0-0
    1-1

    Penalties

    8-67
    8-64

     

     

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    2 hours ago, Darman said:

    Wait a 99 punt return for a td? That just feels like one of those plays that seemed so stupid at first lol

    Yeah. Why would you even field a punt at the one? Let it bounce. Crazy he was able to get it in for a TD.

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    Troy Wilson has the longest PR TD in history (99 yards), 2nd longest KR TD (106 yards), and T-3rd longest PR TD (95 yards). He also became the 2nd player to have 4 return TDs in his first two seasons, the other is Artemio Ramirez. The career record for return TDs is only at 5 held by Kriewaldt, Keyshawn, and Sean Jenkins.

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    1 hour ago, Bubada said:

    Troy Wilson has the longest PR TD in history (99 yards), 2nd longest KR TD (106 yards), and T-3rd longest PR TD (95 yards). He also became the 2nd player to have 4 return TDs in his first two seasons, the other is Artemio Ramirez. The career record for return TDs is only at 5 held by Kriewaldt, Keyshawn, and Sean Jenkins.

     

    The Denver Broncos are very excited about Artemio Ramirez being on pace (with Troy Wilson) to smash the all-time return TD record. 

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