Sunday’s game between the Carolina Panthers and San Francisco 49ers was regarded by many to be the best game Week 10 had to offer. One half is in the books and the game is living up to the lofty expectations as the 49ers lead, 9-7.
Neither Cam Newton nor Colin Kaepernick is dominating, as each team’s defense is ensuring a low-scoring affair. The teams have combined for just 216 yards of offense at halftime, with dominant pass rushing resulting in a total of four sacks.
Frank Gore is the first-half MVP, in the midst of a successful day running against the No. 2 run defense in the NFL. He has rushed for 61 yards on 12 attempts, including a 17-yard run that helped set up the first of three field goals.
Elite Womens Lavonte David Jersey It appeared San Francisco would carry a nine-point lead into the half, but Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams kept the game close with a 27-yard touchdown run that narrowed the lead with under two minutes to play.
Elite Womens Patrick Marleau Jersey I was all set to argue Bengals running back Gio Bernard’s case to start in my Notebook again this week, right up until he pulled one of the biggest brain farts in recent memory in overtime.
Instead of going ahead and trying to fight for the first-down yardage, Bernard decides he will reverse field and try to make something happen like he did on his fantastic touchdown run last week against the Dolphins. He ended up losing 11 yards, which gave the ball to the Ravens on their own 44-yard line. That was almost a full first down Bernard gave them by losing all that yardage for no reason. The Ravens promptly drove down the field and kicked a field goal to win, via GifdSports: