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Stats and Notes: McCaffrey sets scrimmage yards record

Team Stats

CAROLINA

  • Carolina is now 4-9 against Seattle all-time, with the Seahawks winning the last two games.
  • The Panthers snapped a 10-game home winning streak which was tied for the longest active streak in the NFL. It tied for the second-longest home winning streak in franchise history.
  • Carolina tallied 476 net yards of offense, the most this season.
  • The Panthers scored touchdowns on 3-of-7 red zone trips (43 percent). The Panthers entered the game with a touchdown percentage of 73.5 percent.
  • The Panthers did not force a turnover for the third-straight game.

SEATTLE

  • The Seahawks rushed for only 75 yards, their fewest since Week 2. Seattle had played eight straight games with at least 100 yards rushing.

Individual Stats

Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton (1) looks to pass against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn)

CAROLINA

  • Christian McCaffrey became the first player in franchise history with over 100 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving. His 237 scrimmage yards (125 rushing, 112 receiving) set a franchise record for scrimmage yards in a game (Stewart, 222, 2009).
  • Cam Newton set a franchise record with 16 consecutive completions dating back to the Detroit game, breaking Steve Beuerlein's previous record of 15 (1999). He went a perfect 14-of-14 in the first half, the most completions without an incompletion in the first half in franchise history.
  • Newton completed his 10th consecutive game with at least two touchdown passes, extending his franchise record. He also posted his sixth-straight game with a passer rating over 100, extending his franchise record and tying for the fourth-longest streak in the NFL since 2008.
  • DJ Moore set a new career high with eight receptions for 91 receiving yards. Over the last two weeks, Moore has tallied 248 receiving yards, the most by a rookie wide receiver over two games in franchise history.
  • Graham Gano hit 41 straight field goals at home before his miss in the fourth quarter from 52 yards.

SEATTLE

  • Seahawks receivers Tyler Lockett (107) and David Moore (103) each eclipsed 100 yards receiving, marking the first time the Panthers surrendered two 100-yard receiving games since 11/26/17 against the Jets.

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