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There's been suggestions over the years the Carolina Panthers can never catch a break.
Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons put a decisive stamp on the NFC South title and home-field advantage in the playoffs by beating Carolina 31-10 on Sunday in John Fox's last game as Panthers coach.
It took a rare Sunday off for the Carolina Panthers to finally win something big this season _ the No. 1 overall draft pick.
The frustration boiled over a day after Halloween nightmare in which the Carolina Panthers' once-vaunted running game managed 25 yards against St. Louis and plummeted to 28th in the league.
The NFL's playoff picture might be muddled in the middle. At the top, it's crystal clear, thanks to the Patriots and Falcons.
As if Jimmy Clausen needed another distraction with Carolina fans dreaming about drafting Stanford star Andrew Luck to replace him, here comes Matt Ryan to town.
Brett Favre has faced demanding questions from the media for 20 years, never more than this season while he's been embroiled in a messy NFL investigation and struggled mightily on the field for the Minnesota Vikings.
Carolina coach John Fox dropped his head and tossed his headset. Panthers players slumped their shoulders, then raced to console kicker John Kasay.
Less than two years after going 12-4 and winning the NFC South, the Carolina Panthers have become the front-runner in a much different competition: Securing the worst record in the NFL and the ensuing top pick in the draft.