The Panthers have gotten their running game untracked early in the second quarter, and just tied the game against Tampa Bay with a 20-yard TD run by DeAngelo Williams.
Williams, who has had a slow start to the season, turned the left corner beautifully on the TD run and scored standing up, much like Tampa Bay's Cadillac Williams had (same yardage, same end zone) earlier in the game.
The Panthers' drive was 67 yards in seven plays, mostly by run. Jonathan Stewart had a key third-and-1 run and a 14-yard burst to help it out.
Before Carolina's TD drive, Tampa Bay missed a 43-yard field goal on its second drive, thus losing a chance for a 10-0 lead.
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