- Tampa Bay totaled 544 net yards, the third-most allowed by Carolina in a game in franchise history.
- Carolina netted 187 total yards and managed just 35 in the second half, tied for second-fewest in a second half in franchise history.
- The Buccaneers went 10-of-16 on third down, not punting throughout the game. Carolina has only forced two punts in the past four games, the fewest over a four-game stretch in franchise history.
- The Panthers went just 1-of-9 on third and 1-of-3 fourth down. It marked the first time since 2016 that Carolina didn't convert multiple third downs.
- In the third quarter, the Panthers managed just 34 yards and two first downs while three drives ended in a punt, turnover and a failed punt fake. Carolina has managed 24 points in the third quarter this season, ranking 29th in the NFL.
- The Panthers did score two touchdowns in the first quarter, bringing their season total to 66 first-quarter points. That ties for most in the NFL through Sunday's early games.
- In the red zone, Carolina scored TDs on both trips while holding Tampa Bay to four touchdowns on eight trips. The Panthers are 9-for-9 in the red zone over their last four games.
- Carolina had seven quarterback hits and five tackles for loss. The Panthers have 15 QB hits in the last two weeks but only three sacks.
- Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had just 136 yards on 18-of-26 passing with two touchdowns and one interception. It marked his fewest passing yards in a game he's started since 2018 against Seattle.
- Wide receiver DJ Moore posted a game-high 96 receiving yards and a touchdown on four receptions. He passed DeAngelo Williams (178) for the sixth-most career receptions in franchise history with 181.
- Tight end Colin Thompson caught a 7-yard touchdown on his first career reception. He became the fifth Panthers' player and fourth tight end to catch a touchdown on his first career reception, joining Moore, Casey Crawford, Jeff King and Donte Rosario.
- Running back Trenton Cannon returned a kick 98 yards to the 4-yard line. It marked the seventh-longest kickoff return in franchise history.
- Linebacker Shaq Thompson recorded seven tackles, including two for loss, and forced a fumble. It was his second forced fumble of the season and fourth of his career.
- Running back Ronald Jones ran for a 98-yard touchdown in the third quarter. It marked the longest run ever against Carolina and tied for the third-longest touchdown run in NFL history.
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