Sunday, September 25, 2011

Panthers lead 5-3 midway through 2nd quarter

Jacksonville just got on the board in Charlotte, as the Panthers now lead Jacksonville 5-3 with 7:41 left in the second quarter.

It would still be 5-0 except the Panthers' George Selvie -- best known for wearing Julius Peppers' old number -- jumped into the neutral zone when Jacksonville faced fourth-and-four and was lined up to punt.

That gave Jacksonville new life, and Blaine Gabbert threw a couple of nice balls to get the Jags to Carolina's 35, where the drive stalled and Josh Scobee nailed a 53-yard field goal.

1 comment:

pharmacy said...

It's my team! I just love it for many reasons, Jacksonville was considered the dark horse in the field, we are the best! by the way, I'd like to see the strategy of George Selvie.