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Morning Rewind, 11/3: Cam keeps Carolina undefeated on MNF

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Panthers Stay Perfect; 49ers Make Moves


It was far from pretty for viewers, and definitely not particularly comfortable for the players, but the Carolina Panthers extended their undefeated run on Monday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts.

Through the raindrops in Carolina, the Panthers seemed to be cruising with a 23-6 lead in the third quarter. But after a pair of Andrew Luck touchdowns and some Adam Vinatieri field goals, the Colts miraculously tied the game at the end of regulation -- but just after both teams foiled away chances at a win.

On 3rd and 4 from the six yard line, Luck dropped back and fired a pass over the middle of the end zone -- directly into Luke Kuechly's arms, but it eventually came tumbling to the soggy turf. It left time for a fourth down, when Vinatieri sent the game into an extra period.

That set up the Panthers with a chance to win on their opening drive, but Ted Ginn decided to do this:



No matter though, as the teams traded field goals to start the overtime, and with a bit more than five minutes left before a tie, Graham Gano sent the home crowd home happy.



Carolina, now 7-0, stands as one of the four undefeateds left. Indianapolis still leads the AFC South, at 3-5.

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