|**Name**||**Pos**||**Offense Plays**||**Percentage**||**Special Teams**||**Percentage**|
- Wide receiver Devin Funchess tied his season high with 57 snaps, which ranks second-most in his career behind 61 snaps against Washington in 2015. Funchess finished with two touchdowns on 70 yards receiving with a game-high seven catches. It marked his first multi-touchdown game of his career.
- After missing most of the New Orleans game with an injured knee, Kelvin Benjamin bounced back with 57 snaps (90 percent). He recorded the fifth 100-yard receiving game of his career, going for 104 yards on four catches.
- Guard Trai Turner had to leave the game with an ankle injury, but only missed one snap and quickly returned. Amini Silatolu took his snap at guard in his absence.
- The Panthers tight ends continued to prove their mettle in the absence of Greg Olsen. Ed Dickson played all but one offensive snap and finished with 62 yards receiving, his most as a Panther and third-most of his career. Chris Manhertz played 17 offensive snaps, his most this season.
- Although he didn't see any action on offense, running back Cameron Artis-Payne made his season debut. He played 13 snaps on special teams.
|Name||Pos||Defense Plays||Percentage||Special Teams||Percentage|
- The Panthers defense had to battle through injuries with new replacements starting the game, and injuries taking place within it. Overall, 19 different players saw snaps on defense, the most of any game this season.
- Cornerback Kevon Seymour earned his first start as a Panther and just the fourth start of his two-year career, taking over for Daryl Worley who was inactive with a strained pectoral. Seymour was credited with one tackle.
- Safety Demetrious Cox made his professional debut, earning 38 snaps as he took over for Kurt Coleman who was injured in the first half. Cox was credited with four tackles. Cox himself suffered an injury in the fourth quarter, and Colin Jones played seven snaps in his stead.
- Linebacker Shaq Thompson played a season-high 69 snaps, just three shy of his career high. He finished with nine tackles, including a tackle for loss. He was crucial in filling for Thomas Davis who played a season-low 37 snaps as he continues to deal with a rib injury.
- After just 11 snaps last week against New Orleans, cornerback Captain Munnerlyn played 33 snaps against the Patriots defense. He was credited with two tackles.
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