Sunday, October 26, 2008

DeAngelo scores; Panthers pull within 17-10

Carolina has finally scored its first TD of this gorgeous afternoon on a 15-yard run by DeAngelo Williams. The drive was six plays for 80 yards and was easily the best the offense has looked so far.

So now we're back to where we started at halftime, with Arizona up by a TD midway through the third period. Both teams scored on their opening possession of the third quarter, and now it's 17-10, Arizona.

The Panthers' key play on that drive was a 31-yard pass from Jake Delhomme to TE Jeff King, but Williams was superb as well. He's now rushed only nine times today for 69 yards -- a 7.7 average. That's the place the ball looks like it needs to go the most for the rest of this afternoon -- in No.34's hands.

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