Inside Slant: 12/28

Wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad appears unstoppable.<br><br> No one has figured out a way to stop Muhammad, who has had seven 100-yard receiving games in the last nine weeks and is in the midst of the most productive season of any wide receiver in the Panthers' 10-year history.

On Sunday, Muhammad established single-season franchise records for receiving yards (1,310) and touchdown receptions (14).

Muhammad hauled in two more touchdown passes in the first half of Sunday's win against Tampa Bay, including an incredible one-handed, sideline toe-tapping catch in the first quarter.

"I had no idea I was that close to those records," Muhammad said. "After you get done with the season and look back at it you say, 'Man I accomplished a lot of things.' And I think I can say that.

"We still have another game to play and hopefully more than that. I don't want to start looking back and glancing over my shoulder too soon."

Muhammad, in his ninth NFL season, finished with eight receptions for 115 yards and two scores against the Bucs.

"I think I'm getting better and better," Muhammad said. "I feel healthy and blessed. I'm seeing the ball well, running good routes and making plays, and that is what the game is all about."

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