On the Prowl 11/30: Panthers are Lone Unbeaten

PANTHERS STAND ALONE AT 11-0: In case you missed it, the Panthers are now the NFL's only undefeated team after the previously unbeaten New England Patriots fell in overtime to the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football. READ MORE

BLAST FROM THE PAST: While pointing to the Panthers' 15-game winning streak in regular season games dating to last season, Bill Voth of Black and Blue Review takes note of Carolina's last loss on this same date one year ago. READ MORE

FORECASTING THE FUTURE: David Newton of ESPN.com projected the Panthers to go 10-6 this season - a more optimistic view than many - and here revisits that prediction and says Carolina now has a chance to make history. READ MORE

TD ON TV: On the television side of ESPN, Hannah Storm sat down with linebacker Thomas Davis to discuss his path that led to his Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year nomination. READ MORE

COLEMAN JUST KEEPS MAKING PLAYS: Safety Kurt Coleman isn't getting nearly the same fanfare as some of his defensive teammates, but they don't have as many interceptions as he does writes Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer. READ MORE

ALL ABOARD: You have to do some serious scrolling down - as is often the case with Monday Morning Quarterback - but there's a cool note about a reporter taking the train from Raleigh to cover a Panthers home game.READ MORE

View the top photos by team photographer Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez from Carolina's game against Dallas.

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