A BIG FINALE?
For all the challenges the Panthers have faced on offense this year without McCaffrey, they’ve still produced. And they have a shot at an impressive milestone involving a guy whose future is less-than-certain.
If Samuel gets 70 yards from scrimmage this week (which seems reachable considering the lack of backfield options and his 158-yard game last week), the Panthers will join a select club.
Only four other teams in the Super Bowl era have had four players each top 1,000 yards from scrimmage in a season.
The other four teams to pull off that feat were the 2004 Colts (Edgerrin James, Reggie Wayne, Brandon Stokley, Marvin Harrison), the 1995 Falcons (Eric Metcalf, Craig Heyward, Terance Mathis, Bert Emanuel), the 1990 Oilers (Haywood
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