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49ers-Panthers one-liners

David Carr took over for an injured Alex Smith, but the new quarterback couldn’t do enough to avoid a 23-20 loss to the Panthers.

Falling to 1-6 hasn’t done anything to shake 49ers coach Mike Singletary’s faith in his team’s playoff chances.

On the final play of the game, the 49ers used a formation with skill position players in place of offensive linemen to facilitate lateraling but never used any during the actual play.

Both 49ers rookie offensive linemen — T Anthony Davis and G Mike Iupati — struggled on Sunday.

49ers DT Ray McDonald scored an improbable touchdown on an interception return in the fourth quarter.

Panthers QB Matt Moore recovered from that interception to throw for 308 yards and the game-tying touchdown.

Panthers rookie WR David Gettis also showed some resolve when he bounced back from dropping a potential game-tying touchdown by catching one from Moore.

WR Steve Smith returned punts for the Panthers for the first time since 2008.

Panthers CB Richard Marshall set up the winning field goal with an interception of Carr.

Panthers DE Charles Johnson knocked Smith out of the game with a sack and DT Derek Landri added a sack of Carr to the ledger in the fourth quarter.
 

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4 Responses to “49ers-Panthers one-liners”
  1. Bringing the Pain says: Oct 25, 2010 11:29 AM

    Great game! Finally the Panthers begin to come together and play like a team. Look out NFC, here we come!!!

  2. slutnuts says: Oct 25, 2010 11:41 AM

    i have to believe that carolina is planning on letting williams go in free agency and thats why they are limiting stewart’s touches; to ensure he’s healthy and fresh next year when he’ll be the premier back.. just a hunch

  3. BleedGreen says: Oct 25, 2010 12:46 PM

    I’m betting no one will be chanting for David Carr to be in the game in SF anymore.

  4. NinerDynasty says: Oct 25, 2010 1:02 PM

    Slutnuts – I think you got everything wrong, i would think that if you’re going to plan to keep a running back as your feature back, you want to get most of the carries and try to trade your other back and get something out of it.
    As for the niners, they need a lot of changes in coaching personnel and at the QB position. A good QB and coach would have this team 4-2 or even 4-1 with all the close games they have lost.

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