On Oct. 10, 2004, RB Reuben Droughns rushed for 193 yards to lead the Broncos past the Panthers, 20-17.
These teams have only met twice, with Denver winning both times. Check out the historical matchup of the last five games.
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Cutler's hot streak: Denver has won four of its last five games to recover from a three-game losing skid and in those four wins, QB Jay Cutler is averaging 326.5 passing yards per game with eight touchdowns and three interceptions. The Panthers' 14th-ranked passing defense will be seriously tested by Cutler.
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Denver's domination of the NFC South: Many people consider the NFC South to be the best division in the league this year, but the Broncos have feasted on it so far. They are 3-0 against teams from that division, while the other AFC West teams are 0-10.
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When Cutler has a 100 passer rating, the Broncos are 10-0. ... Broncos WR Eddie Royal leads all rookies with 69 catches. ... Steve Smith has had 100 yards receiving in four consecutive games. ... Williams has scored a touchdown in six straight contests. ... Check out the Broncos and Panthers' playoff possibilities.