Atlanta, GA- In one of the few positive notes of the day, Julius Peppers picked up his 7th sack of the year. This brings the Panthers' league-leading total to 25.
Atlanta now leads the all-time series vs. Carolina 10-5.
The Falcons had a 40:08 time of possession, the most ever by a Panthers' opponent.
The Panthers' offense didn't cross the 50 yard line until late in the third quarter.
Carolina was shut out for the first time since a 1997 "contest" at Denver.
Atlanta shut out an opponent for the first time since 1993 vs. the Los Angeles Rams.
After losing their fourth game in a row, the Panthers sit alone at the bottom of the NFC South.
The Panthers were a pathetic 3 of 11 on third down conversions.
Hannibal Navies led the defense with 7 solo tackles.
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