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Dolphins Dump Panthers, 20-10 PDF Print
Written by Mike Kelly   
Saturday, 20 August 2011 00:30

The Miami Dolphins handed Carolina Panthers' coach Ron Rivera his first head-coaching loss Friday night. The Dolphins upended Carolina 20-10 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Armanti Edwards, the player of the game last week in Carolina's pre-season win against the New York Giants, caught two passes for 11 yards. His longest reception was for nine yards.
The Dolphins, who built a 20-0 lead by the third quarter, out gained the Panthers 417-199, which included a 164-68 advantage on the ground. Josh Vaughn was Carolina's leading rusher with 21 yards on five carries. Passing-wise, Jimmy Clausen was 9-15 for 69 yards and he was sacked once; Cam Newton, who got the start and played the entire first half,was 7-14 for 66 yards.
Tyrell Sutton scored Carolina's only touchdown on a four-yard run with 7:07 left in the game; Adi Kunaic had a 38-yard field goal. The Panthers travel to Cincinnati Thursday night. Our coverage begins at 6 p.m. on MIX 102.3 FM.
NOTES: The Panthers were again without top receiver Steve Smith, who sat out to rest his injured finger......The Panthers did share some good news before the game, announcing the signing of Pro Bowl center Ryan Kalil to a five-year contract extension. Kalil, in his fifth season out of Southern California, is the only offensive lineman in franchise history to appear in consecutive Pro Bowls, accomplishing the feat the past two seasons.The Panthers had placed their franchise tag in February on Kalil, who otherwise would have been eligible to become an unrestricted free agent.



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