|**Name**||**Pos**||**Offense Plays**||**Percentage**||**Special Teams**||**Percentage**|
- The Panthers offense suffered through in-game injuries as Daryl Williams and Andrew Norwell were the only players to play 100 percent of the snaps. Center Ryan Kalil played 15 snaps before leaving with a neck injury, while Trai Turner left in the second half with a knee injury after playing 59 snaps. Matt Kalil also missed two offensive snaps.
- Coming off the bench, Tyler Larsen played 57 snaps, Amini Silatolu had 15 snaps and Taylor Moton played four snaps.
- Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin played 85 percent of the snaps after missing practice time during the week.
- Running back Jonathan Stewart played nearly the same total number of snaps as last week, but rushed for 48 yards.
- Tight end Chris Manhertz played 27 snaps, the second-highest of the season, and recorded his first catch of the season and his longest catch of his career at 11 yards.
|Name||Pos||Defense Plays||Percentage||Special Teams||Percentage|
- The Panthers defense played just 38 snaps, the fewest by Carolina's defense in the regular season in franchise history.
- Cornerback Daryl Worley played in 89 percent of the snaps after two weeks when played 75 percent and 37 percent.
- Linebacker David Mayo played in a career-best 76 percent of snaps as he replaced the injured Luke Kuechly at middle linebacker.
- Every defensive linemen on the active roster played at least five defensive snaps as the Panthers tallied four sacks and only allowed four completions.
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