Week 16: Panthers (41) @ Steelers (27)

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    PANTHERS CLINCH NFC SOUTH, BEAT STEELERS 41 - 27
    Pepper Hicks, Reporting

    The Panthers came into this game needing just a win to Clinch the NFC South. The Panthers won the toss and choose to kick. After stopping the Steelers, the Panthers got the ball and started to march down the field. Once in the redzone Matt Moore made a horrible mistake and the steelers intercepted. The Steelers would manage a 45 yard FG. The Panthers wasn't any better, they weren't able to get much on the ground and were forced to punt. Then the Panthers Defense stood up. Sherrod Martin picked off (user pick) Big Ben and then found his way into the Endzone from 29 yards out. On the Panthers next possesion Matt Moore lobbed a pass in the corner of the endzone for TE Barnidge who went up between multiple defenders and brought down the 24 yard TD pass. With under a minute and half the Steelers add another FG to make the score 14 to 6, but under 40 seconds left in the first half, Matt Moore connects with Rookie WE Brandon Lafell who broke the defenders tackle and walked into the endzone. for a 52 yard score. At the Half the Panther led 21 to 6.


    The Start of the 2nd half the Panthers got the ball but was forced to punt. Then on 3rd down Steelers dialed up a screen pass, but the Panthers had called the perfect Defense and Chris Gamble jumped in front of the screen pass and took it 18 yards to the house. The Panthers added another TD from DeAngelo Williams from 27 yards out to make the score 35 to 6. The Steelers the added a TD at the end of the 3rd Quarter to the score 35 to 13. In the fourth the Steelers would add 2 more TD's while the Panthers added 2 John Kasay FG's. The Panthers went into Heinz field and came out victorious, on their way to Clinching the NFC South for the first time in OMFL's 4 year history.







     

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