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Panthers escape the Saints

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Carolina Panthers defeated the New Orleans Saints 23-20 at Bank of America Stadium.

The Panthers and Saints have split the series this season. Both teams are 4-6 this season.

Graham Gano (Getty Images)

Graham Gano (Getty Images)

The fourth quarter was dominated by the Saints. Drew Brees, who had 285 yards, had two touchdowns. His first touchdown pass was to Brandon Coleman for nine-yards.

Coby Fleener caught an eight-yard touchdown. Wil Lutz also had a 30-yard field goal to begin the quarter.

Before Fleener’s touchdown, Panthers star linebacker Luke Kuechly left the game. It initially looked like a leg injury.

However, NBC Sports sideline reporter Heather Cox said it was a concussion. He did not return.

Graham Geno had a 42-yard field goal in the third quarter. He also made a 49-yard field goal and a 32-yard field goal in the first half.

Newton has a 40-yard touchdown to Ted Ginn Jr. Jonathan Stewart also has a one-yard rushing touchdown.

Lutz also made a field goal with 39 seconds remaining in the first quarter to tie the game at 3.

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