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NFL: Panthers-Eagles long stats

 Panthers-Eagles Long Stats

Carolina 0 0 0 21—21
Philadelphia 0 10 7 0—17
Second Quarter

Phi_Jeffery 11 pass from Wentz (Elliott kick), 11:39. Drive: 7 plays, 74 yards, 3:44. Key Plays: Wentz 15 pass to Ertz; Wentz 22 pass to Ertz; Wentz 20 pass to Jeffery. Philadelphia 7, Carolina 0.

Phi_FG Elliott 46, 6:36. Drive: 6 plays, 60 yards, 3:21. Key Plays: Wentz 29 pass to Jeffery; Wentz 27 pass to Ertz; Wentz 13 pass to Agholor. Philadelphia 10, Carolina 0.

Third Quarter

Phi_Goedert 1 pass from Wentz (Elliott kick), :39. Drive: 17 plays, 94 yards, 9:22. Key Plays: Smallwood 8 run on 3rd-and-6; Wentz 18 pass to Ertz; Smallwood 10 run; Wentz 17 pass to Goedert; Wentz 11 pass to Ertz; Wentz 2 run on 4th-and-1. Philadelphia 17, Carolina 0.

Fourth Quarter

Car_Samuel 14 run (kick failed), 10:41. Drive: 11 plays, 80 yards, 4:58. Key Plays: Newton 1 run on 3rd-and-1; Newton 16 pass to Moore on 3rd-and-3. Philadelphia 17, Carolina 6.

Car_Funchess 18 pass from Newton (Wright pass from Newton), 4:08. Drive: 7 plays, 87 yards, 2:44. Key Plays: Newton 14 pass to T.Smith; Newton 28 pass to Wright. Philadelphia 17, Carolina 14.

Car_Olsen 1 pass from Newton (Gano kick), 1:22. Drive: 10 plays, 69 yards, 00:55. Key Plays: Newton 35 pass to T.Smith on 4th-and-10; Newton 22 pass to McCaffrey on 3rd-and-2. Carolina 21, Philadelphia 17.

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Car Phi
FIRST DOWNS 19 21
Rushing 6 6
Passing 13 14
Penalty 0 1
THIRD DOWN EFF 5-11 3-12
FOURTH DOWN EFF 1-1 3-4
TOTAL NET YARDS 371 342
Total Plays 58 65
Avg Gain 6.4 5.3
NET YARDS RUSHING 121 58
Rushes 17 24
Avg per rush 7.1 2.4
NET YARDS PASSING 250 284
Sacked-Yds lost 2-19 4-26
Gross-Yds passing 269 310
Completed-Att. 25-39 30-37
Had Intercepted 0 0
Yards-Pass Play 6.1 6.9
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 4-2-1 4-1-1
PUNTS-Avg. 5-41.8 3-45.0
Punts blocked. 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 81 87
Punt Returns 2-12 2-14
Kickoff Returns 3-69 3-73
Interceptions 0-0 0-0
PENALTIES-Yds 5-78 4-35
FUMBLES-Lost 0-0 3-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 24:43 35:17

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Carolina, Newton 7-49, Wright 1-34, McCaffrey 7-29, Samuel 2-9. Philadelphia, Smallwood 9-32, Adams 4-17, Clement 8-6, Wentz 3-3.

PASSING_Carolina, Newton 25-39-0-269. Philadelphia, Wentz 30-37-0-310.

RECEIVING_Carolina, Funchess 6-62, McCaffrey 6-51, Smith 4-61, Moore 3-29, Wright 2-37, Olsen 2-5, Samuel 1-16, Byrd 1-8. Philadelphia, Ertz 9-138, Jeffery 7-88, Agholor 6-20, Goedert 4-43, Clement 2-16, Smallwood 2-5.

PUNT RETURNS_Carolina, Byrd 1-9, Moore 1-3. Philadelphia, Carter 2-14.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Carolina, Samuel 2-51, Moore 1-18. Philadelphia, Carter 3-73.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Carolina, Kuechly 12-2-1, Thompson 6-2-0, Reid 6-2-0, Short 4-0-0, Love 4-0-0, Bradberry 4-0-0, Adams 3-3-0, Davis 3-2-0, Addison 2-0-1, Gaulden 2-0-0, Butler 1-2-0, Horton 1-2-0, Peppers 1-0-1, Munnerlyn 1-0-0, Jackson 1-0-0. Philadelphia, Mills 6-1-0, Jenkins 5-2-0, Bradham 5-1-0, Hicks 4-3-0, Darby 4-0-0, Maddox 2-1-0, Barnett 2-0-0, Bennett 1-1-1, Graham 1-1-.5, McDougle 1-1-0, Long 1-0-0, Cox 1-0-0, Hector 0-1-.5, Hester 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Carolina, None. Philadelphia, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Philadelphia, Elliott 36.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Clete Blakeman, Ump Ramon George, HL Dana McKenzie, LJ Walt Coleman IV, FJ Joe Larrew, SJ Dyrol Prioleau, BJ Jim Quirk, Replay Paul Weidner.

 

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