Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, left, smiles with New Orleans Saints kicker Will Lutz, right, after Davis held Lutz up by his jersey following a kick in the fourth quarter action of Sunday’s game. Lutz would kick the game winning field goal for New Orleans.
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, left, smiles with New Orleans Saints kicker Will Lutz, right, after Davis held Lutz up by his jersey following a kick in the fourth quarter action of Sunday’s game. Lutz would kick the game winning field goal for New Orleans. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, left, smiles with New Orleans Saints kicker Will Lutz, right, after Davis held Lutz up by his jersey following a kick in the fourth quarter action of Sunday’s game. Lutz would kick the game winning field goal for New Orleans. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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