Offensive explosion fuels Panthers blowout win over Dolphins

Offensive explosion fuels Panthers blowout win over Dolphins

When Cam Newton is having fun, the Carolina Panthers are a risky team and they proved that in a 45-21 win over the Miami Dolphins.

Carolina set a franchise record with 548 yards from scrimmage.

Jonathan Stewart ran for a season-high 110 yards and Newton added 95, including a 69-yard jaunt on a read option, as the Panthers racked up 294 yards on the ground.

The Dolphins' run defense, which entered the game allowing just 94 yards per game, 10th-fewest in the National Football League, was trampled for a season-worst 294 yards, besting the previous worst (174 by Baltimore) by a sizeable margin. He threw for two touchdowns, including a 9-yard strike to Jarvis Landry with 4:05 to play.

Miami leads the series 4-1, although Carolina won the most recent meeting 20-16 on the road in 2013.

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Newton's four touchdown passes were to three different receivers, including a pair to Devin Funchess. The Panthers cashed in with running back Cameron Artis-Payne's 12-yard touchdown run. The defense couldn't stop the run or find enough pressure to effect the passing of Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

The Dolphins' big blunder in the first half was Cutler's interception with 47 seconds left.

Carolina capitalized on the turnover a short time later, when quarterback Cam Newton found tight end Ed Dickson for a seven-yard touchdown.

Of course, things got worse early in the second half when Carolina took a 24-7 lead that virtually ended the game. It completed an 11-play, 42-yard drive. On first down, linebacker Luke Kuechly jumped the route of Miami tight end Julius Thomas and picked off a pass to give the Panthers the ball back.

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