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October 07, 2012

Seattle takes 16-10 lead in the fourth quarter

Score: Seahawks 16, Panthers 10

Scoring play: A 44-yard field by Steven Hauschka.

Drive: 7 plays, 39 yards, 3:33

Key play: On a 2-and-10, MLB Luke Kuechly blew past the Seattle offensive line and tackled running back Robert Turbin in the backfield for a loss of two. That play forced the Seahawks to pass on third down, which would go incomplete.

Time of game: 10:27 in fourth quarter.

Worth mentioning: Cam Newton is currently on pace for his worst game as a pro. He's 5-for-20 for 55 yards and a 39.6 passer rating after the third quarter. 

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Score: Seahawks 13, Panthers 10

Scoring play: A 13-yard touchdown reception by Golden Tate

Drive: 5 plays, 27 yards, 2:02

Key play: Seattle began the drive at the Carolina 27-yard line after Browner caused a DeAngelo Williams fumble. Newton pitched the ball late to Williams, who secured the ball but promptly had it stripped by Browner.

Time of game: 0:35 in the third quarter.

Worth mentioning: Seattle now has seven points off Carolina turnovers. The Panthers have forced three Seahawk turnovers but with the same result. Two resulted in punts while a third was Munnerlyn's pick-six.

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Score: Panthers 10, Seahawks 6

Scoring play: A 33-yard interception returned for a touchdown by Captain Munnerlyn.

Time of game: 12:26 in the third quarter.

Worth mentioning: It's the second pick-six of the year for the Panthers, with the first being a Charles Godfrey interception that keyed the Panthers' lone win of the season. Munnerlyn stepped in front of the receiver to get the pick. FB Michael Robinson had gotten pushed down on the check down route, and had he not sat on the ground he would have been in position to tackle Munnerlyn and save the touchdown.

--Jonathan Jones

Posted by Observer Sports on October 7, 2012 at 05:45 PM | Permalink

Comments

This team has not spirit, no pride and no coaching. I am disgusted.

Posted by: Mark Clifford | Oct 7, 2012 6:56:27 PM

I'm with you Mark. No heart, no fight and the head coach is emotionless! With the game on the line, he's over there fixing a helmet. disgusting and embarrassing. I'm going to stop wasting my time and money. just can't support mediocrity any more. OUT

Posted by: Valerie Jarrett | Oct 7, 2012 6:59:43 PM

When will Hurney be responsible? This is his team, he is the guy here year in and year out.

Posted by: Steen | Oct 7, 2012 6:59:59 PM

Marty Hurney is not coaching this team, today had nothing to do with Hurney! The Read Option is done............!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: 10-4!! | Oct 7, 2012 7:07:47 PM

I'll will agree with that statement, who hired the coach?

Posted by: Steen | Oct 7, 2012 7:20:10 PM

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