Panthers show progress, but again fail to finish 

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  • November 8, 2020
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As linebacker Shaq Thompson pointed out, the Panthers have been right there in most of their losses. That’s especially true in their current four-game losing streak. Right now, it’s a matter of figuring out how to get over the hump.

“We’ve just got to keep going,” Thompson said.

That starts with taking accountability, and the Panthers have done that. Kicker Joey Slye said he had to do a better job on his last-second, 67-yard field goal attempt even though it would have set an NFL record for the longest made field goal, and he was kicking in a swirling wind.

Undrafted rookie safety Sam Franklin, starting just his third game, took responsibility for Hill running wide open in the end zone on his 28-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Those are positive signs as the Panthers move forward. But in learning

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