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Panthers reporter Joseph Person grades the Carolina Panthers’ performance against the Browns.

Carolina’s 17-13 victory over Cleveland combined with Atlanta’s 30-14 whipping of New Orleans to set up a “win and you’re in” playoff scenario in the final weekend of the NFL season.

Carolina Panthers quarterback chastised the crowd at Bank of America Stadium cheering when Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was injured. “We’re better than that,” he said.

The Carolina Panthers’ 17-13 win against Cleveland on Sunday, combined with the Atlanta Falcons’ 30-14 victory at New Orleans, set up a Week 17 winner-take-all scenario at the Georgia Dome.

Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera hasn’t been good at challenging plays in his four-year career as a head coach, but Sunday against the Cleveland Browns he was on a roll.

Carolina Panthers middle linebacker Luke Kuechly owned up to the mistake that led to Cleveland’s lone touchdown in the Panthers’ 17-13 victory.

Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman believed there were some greater powers at work on his fourth-quarter interception that led to his own fumble.

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton offered his thoughts on Sunday's 17-13 win over the Cleveland Browns at Bank of America Stadium, as well as his thoughts on the Panthers' fans reaction to the injury to Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel at a postgame press conference.

A tenacious play by two backup defenders on Jimmy Graham's catch at the goal line — and a little help from a disputed ruling — helped save Atlanta's postseason hopes and ultimately sank the Saints.

Dallas ended a four-year playoff drought Sunday in a dominating 42-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, with Tony Romo throwing four touchdown passes and breaking Troy Aikman's franchise record for yards passing.

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