When Panthers GM LtJustice and head coach Jim Luby took over in Carolina prior to the 2012 season, after years together running the Cleveland Browns organization, they became immediately friendly with the new man calling the shots in Cleveland. The two teams have worked out numerous trades over the past 5 seasons, as the Panthers team has seen a steady influx of former Browns. The two teams finally got to face off on this rain soaked evening in Carolina and the Panthers defense shut down the high powered Browns offense on their way to a 21-0 victory. One of the Panthers' most recent Cleveland acquisitions, safety TJ Ward, caused a huge 4th quarter turnover that put an end to a promising Browns drive. Early in the 4th the Browns had crossed midfield and could have cut the Panthers lead to one possession, when Ward laid a punishing hit on Browns halfback Pat Brassell to knock the ball out and give Carolina possession. With the win the Panthers move to 6-0 on the season and next week will host the 2014 NFC Champion Chicago Bears. -------------------------------------------------------- GG Michael! (Michael Overman) Game Capture Note: I had some issues with my capture device in this one, as you can see some of the video jump or get distorted (the game audio was completely out of sync as well). Turns out that the extension cable I was using between the El Gato and my computer was too long. Initially I had tried an even longer one and the computer would not recognize the El Gato. Once I switched to the shorter (but still pretty long) one, the computer recognized it and appeared to be recording, but it must have been suffering some data loss in the transmission. I think I have got it figured out to where I have the extension long enough for my needs (my computer is not exactly right next to my PS3), but it doesn't cause any problems with the capture. I ended up using an active extension cable (that is powered) and it appears to be just what I needed. The added benefit is that I can unplug the extension from my computer and the El Gato is still powered, so I can leave it plugged in all of the time. Just thought I'd share my experiences, in case anyone else has a similar issue now or in the future.