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Panthers take place among NFC by beating 49ers

Panthers take place among NFC by beating 49ers

After a hard-fought 10-9 victory over the 49ers, the Panthers can be included among the NFC's elite.
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  • Roundup: Bengals Wrest Victory From Ravens, Who Grab It Back

    Roundup: Bengals Wrest Victory From Ravens, Who Grab It Back

    nytimes.com Nov 10, 2013
    After allowing a 51-yard touchdown that forced overtime, the Baltimore Ravens edged the Cincinnati Bengals on Justin Tucker’s 46-yard field goal with 5 minutes left in the extra period.
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  • Panthers make statement: 'We’re relevant'

    Panthers make statement: 'We’re relevant'

    ESPN.com Nov 10, 2013
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Few expected the Carolina Panthers to win, even though they came into Candlestick Park with a modest winning streak and a solid defense. They were one of those teams people were talking about as a nice feel-good story, but not being tak…
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  • Twitter isn't afraid of the P word

    Twitter isn't afraid of the P word

    charlotteobserver.com Nov 10, 2013
    Twitter went crazy with the possibility of a playoff bid for the Panthers.Click to Continue »
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  • Panthers’ Ted Ginn Jr. plays bigger role in San Francisco this …

    Panthers’ Ted Ginn Jr. plays bigger role in San Francisco this time

    charlotteobserver.com Nov 10, 2013
    Carolina Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., mostly an afterthought in the receiving game in his three seasons with San Francisco, makes an impact in his return.Click to Continue »
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  • Eric Reid, Vernon Davis won’t return with concussions

    Eric Reid, Vernon Davis won’t return with concussions

    profootballtalk.com Nov 10, 2013
    The Panthers and 49ers are playing a physical, hard-hitting game, and it’s taking its toll on the home team. Safety Eric Reid is the second 49ers starter to leave the game with a concussion, following tight end Vernon Davis. Reid was flattened trying to…
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  • Newton off-target early as 49ers take 9-0 lead

    Newton off-target early as 49ers take 9-0 lead

    profootballtalk.com Nov 10, 2013
    Even though the Panthers have been scoring at will, you figured things were going to be a little tighter today. That’s proven to be the case, as the 49ers have played defense, field position and field goals to take a 9-0 lead in the second quarter. The …
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  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Panthers-49ers Recap 04:10

    Sunday Blitz: Panthers-49ers Recap

    Nov 10
    Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Panthers' Week 10 win over the 49ers.
  • Video - Panthers Win Fifth Straight 00:33

    Panthers Win Fifth Straight

    Nov 10
    The Panthers used a late interception to secure a 10-9 win over the 49ers.
  • Video - Panthers postgame press conference 04:37

    Panthers postgame press conference

    Nov 10
    Panthers react following game with 49ers
  • Video - Week 10: Carolina Panthers vs. San Francisco 49ers highlights 01:59

    Week 10: Carolina Panthers vs. San Francisco 49ers highlights

    Nov 10
    Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers survive a defensive struggle on the road as Luke Kuechly records 11 tackles and a sack to help his defense hold the San Francisco 49ers without a touchdown in a 10-9 victory Sunday.

Sports Columnists

  • Jim Trotter: Panthers take place among NFC elite with gritty win over 49er…

    Nov 10
    SAN FRANCISCO -- After his Panthers lost three of four to start the season, coach Ron Rivera couldn't have been more proud when his team won two in a row to reach .500 in October for the first time since 2008. But the satisfaction of the 30-15 victory o…
  • Don Banks: Absurdity reigns league-wide in Week 10; more Snaps

    Nov 10
    NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a patently ridiculous Week 10 in the NFL. ...
  • Clayton's Last Call: Big step for Seahawks

    Nov 10
    The Seahawks have the NFC's No. 1 seed in sight, writes John Clayton. Plus, the Lions' healthy outlook, the 49ers' blues and more.