• Double Coverage: Panthers at Dolphins

    Summary of 34 articles · Updated Nov 25, 2013
    The Dolphins have won two of their last three games. The Panthers had taken possession of the ball twice before that, at the Dolphins 42 and the Dolphins 43, and only had a field goal to show for it. The Dolphins have practically invited the Panthers to jump out to an early lead. Panthers coach Ron Rivera came into the interview room at Sun Life Stadium in a bad mood Sunday, considering his team had just beaten the Dolphins 20-16. After pulling out a gritty 10-9 win at San Francisco in Week 10, the Panthers beat New England 24-20 on Monday night behind what coach Ron Rivera called "one of the best games" of Newton's career. Shula said that after watching a play he called break down on Monday night only to have quarterback Cam Newton make it work by evading half the Patriots’ defense while running for 17 yards he was perfectly happy to say that Newton can make things work even if the play Shula calls doesn’t work.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Upon Further Review: Dolphins Week 12

      A review of four hot issues from the Miami Dolphins' 20-16 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday: Can't finish: The Dolphins proved once again that they lack the killer instinct it takes to be a consistent winner in the NFL. Miami fell to 5-6 and blew…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Terrible Sunday for Dolphins (in more ways than one)

      Sunday was a disaster for the Dolphins. Think of this: The Dolphins were leading Carolina 16-6 at halftime ... and lost. Hours later, the rival New England Patriots were trailing the Denver Broncos 24-0 at halftime ... and won. Terrible for Dolphins nat…
    • Early hit by Dolphins leaves Panthers’ Cam Newton spitting blood

      Newton was hit by Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake after releasing the ball, and the force caused him to bite his tongue.Click to Continue »
    • Dolphins have become Little Team That Couldn’t

      The Dolphins let a near game-long lead slip late and lost to the Carolina Panthers 20-16, personifying the football adage that good teams find ways to win while the other…Click to Continue »
    • Miami Dolphins lacking killer instinct

      MIAMI -- There is something missing with the Miami Dolphins this year that is hard to put a finger on. The Dolphins have talented players. They compete hard on most weeks and can compete with just about anyone in the NFL. But there is one key reason Mia…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Another Cam Newton comeback lifts Panthers past Miami 20-16

      For the second time in seven days, Panthers quarterback Newton engineered a game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter, with the score coming in the final minute.Click to Continue »
    • Dolphins up 16-6 at halftime over streaking Panthers

      It’s easy to call it a trap game. A more accurate portrayal would be the Dolphins are simply playing better than the Panthers at the moment. The Dolphins are up 16-6 at the half, making the Panthers look like anything but a team on a six-game winning st…
    • Dolphins hit the deep ball, lead Panthers 7-3

      The Dolphins have practically invited the Panthers to jump out to an early lead. But thus far, the Panthers have refused, and the Dolphins are up 7-3. Ryan Tannehill just hit Mike Wallace for a rare deep ball, connecting for a 53-yard touchdown. The Pan…
    • Panthers top Dolphins, move winning streak to 7

      Cam Newton and the Panthers struggled in the first half, but battled back to grind out a 20-16 win against the Dolphins.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Live blog: Dolphins vs. Panthers

      It's all there for the Dolphins today. No, really, by the end of the day the Dolphins could find themselves alone in second place in the AFC East, only one game out of first place if the following scenario happens: The Dolphins beat Carolina. The Jets a…
    • Live blog: Panthers at Dolphins

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the Carolina Panthers' visit to the Miami Dolphins. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 1 p.m. ET. And, be sure to visit our NFL Nation Blitz page for commentary from every game, as well a…
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    • Q&A: Carolina Panthers with Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula

      Ten questions with Carolina Panthers with Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula.Click to Continue »
    • Panthers to attack depleted Dolphins offensive line

      The Miami offensive line will be missing three starters for the second week in a row when they host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.Click to Continue »
    • Mike Shula likes seeing what Cam does when plays break down

      In most cases, NFL offensive coordinators want to see the plays they call run exactly the way they’re drawn up. Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula is different. Shula said that after watching a play he called break down on Monday night — only to …
    • Dolphins need late-game playmaking

      My prediction for Sunday's game between the Dolphins and Carolina Panthers? It should be close. It will come down to the fourth quarter. It might come down to the last possession for each team. Sound familiar? That's how the Dolphins have played a major…
  • Upon Further Review: Panthers Week 12

    MIAMI -- A review of five hot issues from the Carolina Panthers' 20-16 victory against the Miami Dolphins: Rewards of winning: Seven straight wins have earned the Panthers (8-3) their third prime-time game of the seaosn. NBC has picked up the Panthers' …
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Part karma, part confidence: Carolina Panthers win seventh straight

      The Carolina Panthers were in deep trouble, trailing late in the fourth quarter, down to fourth down. And then here came another miracle for “Cardiac Cats 2.0.”Click to Continue »
    • Carolina wins seventh straight to keep pace with New Orleans Saints

      Cam Newton hits Greg Olsen with a 1-yard pass for the winning score to cap a 12-play drive.
      Source: nola.com
    • Newton carries Panthers to 7th straight win

      Cam Newton converted a fourth-and-10 situation at his own 20 with a completion to keep alive the Carolina Panthers' final possession, and they went on to score a touchdown with 43 seconds left and beat the Miami Dolphins 20-16 Sunday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rapid Reaction: Carolina Panthers

      MIAMI -- A few thoughts on the Carolina Panthers' 20-16 victory against the Miami Dolphins: What it means: The streak goes on. The Panthers, despite themselves, won their seventh straight game to improve to 8-3 and move toward a huge NFC South showdown …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • First-half observations: Miami 16, Carolina 6

      MIAMI -- A look at the first half between the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins: Miami looked like the team on a six-game winning streak and Carolina the team facing a week's worth of distractions as it went into halftime with a 16-6 lead. The Panthe…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Panthers’ Dec. 8 game at New Orleans moved to 8:30 p.m.

    The Carolina Panthers’ Week 14 game at New Orleans has been moved to an 8:30 p.m. start on Dec. 8 at the Superdome.Click to Continue »
  • Panthers secondary burned twice - almost 3 times – by Dolphins’ Mike Wallace

    Two deep balls to Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace ? and a close call on a third play ? leave Panthers coach Ron Rivera less than happy, even in…Click to Continue »
    • Mike Wallace provides an offensive spark

      MIAMI – The big connections between Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill and receiver Mike Wallace have been few and far between this season. Through their first 10 games together, Wallace was averaging just 12.1 yards per catch. But something clic…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Panthers pull off last-minute win to remain in thick of NFC South race

    Carolina quarterback Cam Newton is a heck of a football player. Turns out, he's not a bad actor, either. Newton led another thrilling game-winning drive in a 20-16 win over Miami, hitting Greg Olsen for a 1-yard touchdown with 43 seconds left. One of th…
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  • Miami aside, Panthers' locker room solid

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Safety Mike Mitchell was talking about the camaraderie in the Carolina Panthers' locker room when cornerback Captain Munnerlyn interrupted. "I really don't like you," Munnerlyn shouted. Mitchell tried to resume the conversat…
    Source: ESPN.com

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