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Quick Take: Panthers get road win vs. Raiders

It was over when ...
John Kasay ended a 31-minute Panthers scoring drought with a 32-yard field goal, which gave Carolina an 11-point lead with 1:54 remaining.

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DeAngelo Williams broke things open in the second quarter with Carolina's longest play from scrimmage this season -- a 69-yard touchdown run. Williams finished the game with a career-high 140 yards on 19 carries.

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The Raiders consistently found themselves in third-and-long situations, converting just 2 of 17 third-down opportunities. On three consecutive drives in the fourth quarter, the Raiders watched third downs result in an interception and two sacks, all while trailing by eight points.

Raiders CB Rashad Baker, playing in just his third game of the season, recorded a career-high two interceptions. ... Sebastian Janikowski's first field goal broke a seven-quarter scoring drought by the Raiders. His second gave him 865 career points, breaking George Blanda's franchise record of 863. ... The only other times the Panthers started a season 7-2 (2003, 2005) they made it to the NFC Championship Game. ... The last time Jake Delhomme threw four interceptions in a game was in a 30-8 loss to the Eagles on Oct. 17, 2004. ... Steve Smith was held to one catch for nine yards.

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