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Panthers start 6-0 for the first time in team history

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The Carolina Panthers have begun the season with a perfect 6-0 mark. The Panthers won over the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-16, in Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday Night Football.

It’s the first time in team history that this has happened.

In addition, they have won 10 straight regular season contests. The last team to do this was the 2012-13 Denver Broncos.

Many have questions how good the Panthers are this season. But they continue to win whoever their opponents are.

“We’re a team,” Cam Newton said. “We’re not satisfied yet. Coach [Ron] Rivera says to embrace the journey.”

The Panthers had more than 200 rushing yards, including more than a 100-yards by Jonathan Stewart. It was his 12th career 100-yard game.

During the time’s that he’s rushed for 100-yards, the Panthers are 11-1.


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