Carolina just got its second John Kasay field goal of the game with 14:21 to go, but the Panthers still haven't dented the end zone in this entire game.
Miami leads 14-6, meaning Carolina is within a score and a two-point conversion of tying. That may be a tall order for an offense that has been having problems all game with the notable exception of running back DeAngelo Williams, who once again has more than 100 yards rushing.
The Panthers had a shot at scoring in what turned out to be a scoreless third quarter, but Jake Delhomme ended that threat by underthrowing Steve Smith inside the Panther 10 and getting intercepted. It was Delhomme's 14th interception of the season but his first in four games.
On the drive that netted the Panther field goal, Carolina had a first-and-goal at Miami's 8. But a Jonathan Stewart run, an incompletion (Jeff King was open, but Delhomme had Joey Porter wrapped around him again while throwing) and a sack meant Kasay had to trot out for another FG.