The Carolina Panthers, once ahead 21-7 late in the third quarter, just got tied 21-all with 8:33 left in the fourth quarter without Tampa Bay scoring an offensive TD.
How did it happen? Tampa first ran a kickoff back 97 yards for a TD. Then, Jake Delhomme made one of his worst throws from the season (and there have been a lot to choose from), getting picked off by Tanard Jackson, who ran it back 26 yards for a game-tying score.
It was Delhomme's 10th interception of the season (he's had two today). The Panthers have run the ball for close to 200 yards today but their passing game has been mostly awful so far.
Delhomme remains in the game, trying to get the Panthers back in front again.
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