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Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers
- The Lions beat Washington last week, 30-27, thanks to a 59-yard field goal by Matt Prater with no time left on the clock. It was Detroit's third win this season with no time remaining on the clock, along with its 26-23 win over Arizona in Week 3 and its 23-22 win over Atlanta in Week 7.
- Last week's win gave Matthew Stafford his 16th game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime since 2016, tied with Russell Wilson for the third most in the NFL over that time. Only Drew Brees (18) and Derek Carr (17) have more.
- The Panthers lost their fifth consecutive game and suffered their largest loss of the year last week after a 46-23 defeat to the Buccaneers. The 46 points are the most that Carolina has allowed in a home game in franchise history.
- Despite passing for a season-low 136 yards in the loss, Teddy Bridgewater completed 75.0 percent of his passes (18/24). It was his fifth game this season completing at least three quarters of his pass attempts, tied with Drew Brees for the most such games in the NFL.
- Mike Davis (385 rushing, 290 receiving) and D'Andre Swift (331 rushing, 275 receiving) are two of four players with at least 250 rushing yards and 250 receiving yards this year, along with Alvin Kamara and Chase Edmonds.
- The Panthers hold a 6-3 all-time advantage in this matchup but these teams have split their four meetings since 2011. Carolina is 4-1 all-time at home against Detroit, with wins in each of the last four meetings in Charlotte.
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