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Ask The Old Guy: Ain't no lie; bye, bye, bye
The Panthers (and those of us who follow them) are about to enter a much-needed weekend off. But there's a lot on your minds, and on everyone's plates.
Panthers in the power rankings Week 13
See where media outlets ranked the Panthers heading into the bye week.
The Day After: Darnold "orchestrating" the offense
Interim coach Steve Wilks continued to praise quarterback Sam Darnold's performance against the Broncos, and he gave updates on staff changes.
Adding linemen produces a layer of creativity for offense
The Panthers have used Cade Mays and Cameron Erving more often lately, as they try to be more physical in the run game and control clock with big bodies.
Snap Counts: Carolina vs. Denver in Week 12
Cameron Erving and Cade Mays combined for 29 snaps in Carolina's overload and bunch formations. The Panthers' 46 rush attempts tied for third-most in a team game since 2010.
Early punt fake set the tone for possession against Broncos
The punt team converted a fourth down in the first quarter, part of a massive edge in time of possession. Plus, more on the running game, and a scare for Brian Burns.
Postgame Transcripts: Week 12 vs. Denver
Read what interim head coach Steve Wilks, Sam Darnold and others said after the game.
Sam Darnold rolls into "smart" performance as starter
The quarterback impressed in his first start of the season, putting up what he called "good highlight tape" with a fumble-recovery-TD-roll into the end zone.
Brian Burns responds to his coach's challenge
The defensive end had a pair of sacks in Sunday's win over the Broncos, getting him to double digits for the first time.
Stats and Superlatives: Brian Burns leads defensive effort against Broncos
Burns had two sacks, including a strip-sack, for the first double-digit sack season in his career.
Rapid Reactions: Panthers beat Broncos, 23-10
Sam Darnold did enough to make a difference for a defense which continues to make plays.