Sunday, November 21, 2010

Panthers cut lead to 20-13 on spectacular TD

Well that was a bolt out of the blue -- Carolina just scored on an 88-yard touchdown pass from Brian St. Pierre to David Gettis. The score cut Baltimore's lead to 20-13.

Before that, St. Pierre had 51 yards passing and had had a laughably bad and conservative game. That changed with one spectacular play, however, as rookie Gettis beat cornerback Josh Wilson badly, hauled in St. Pierre's strike and made it a one-touchdown game.

The play was tied for the second-longest TD play in Carolina history. The longest: Kerry Collins' 89-yard TD pass to Willie Green in 1995, the Panthers' inaugural season

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