- Carolina managed just 267 net yards, their fewest since Week 10 of the 2020 season against Tampa Bay.
- The Panthers lost the turnover margin for the second-straight game, committing three turnovers while grabbing two takeaways. The Panthers also had a punt blocked that led to a touchdown.
- The defense converted its first safety since Week 8 of 2019, as the Panthers converged on Jalen Hurts, who pushed a high snap out the back of the end zone.
- Carolina allowed three sacks, eight QB hits and six tackles for loss. After allowing six sacks and 17 QB hits in their first three games, the Panthers have allowed eight sacks and 18 hits in their last two games.
- In the second half, Carolina's seven offensive drives netted 107 yards with a field goal, four punts and two interceptions. Carolina has been outscored 35-7 in the third quarter this season.
- The Panthers committed a season-high nine penalties for 69 yards, with five penalties committed by the offensive line.
- Running back Chuba Hubbard rushed for a career-high 101 yards and had five catches for 33 receiving yards. It marked the first 100-yard rushing game for Carolina since Christian McCaffrey went for 108 in Week 10 of 2019 at Green Bay.
- Quarterback Sam Darnold broke his streak of 300-yard passing games with just 177 yards passing and three interceptions.
- Cornerback Donte Jackson had an interception and forced a fumble on consecutive drives in the third quarter, and finished with six tackles. Jackson has 11 interceptions in his career, tied with Deon Grant for the second-most picks in a player's first 48 games with the Panthers.
- Linebacker Haason Reddick registered sacks on back-to-back plays, bringing him to 6.5 sacks on the season. After Sunday's early games, Reddick is tied for the NFL lead in sacks and the only player with four games of at least 1.5 sacks.
- Cornerback Darius Slay had two interceptions and a tackle for loss. It marked the second-straight week that a player had multiple interceptions against the Panthers.
View photos from the field during Carolina's Week 5 game against Philadelphia at Bank of America Stadium.