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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina had a fourth-quarter drive that went a long way in deciding the game and establishing some history.
The four-play, 90-yard touchdown drive came without the Panthers throwing a pass. Since 2001, there have been 11 drives of at least 90 yards without a passing being thrown. All resulted in touchdowns.
Monday night's was the second most number of plays behind a seven-play drive Oakland put together in September against Kansas City. Below are the other 11 since 2001. Carolina's four plays was the second longest of this type of drive. Here's a look at the others: