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Panthers reporter Joseph Person grades the Carolina Panthers’ performance in the 37-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Steel Curtain it is not. But this season’s Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense might have found its own identity in a 37-19 victory Sunday night against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium.

Cam Newton was hit low and high, sacked and pushed to the ground for much of the Carolina Panthers’ 37-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Officially, Newton was sacked three times and hit six times, but surely he was on the ground much more than that.

A normally good Panthers run defense was gashed early and often in Sunday night’s 37-19 loss to Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh fans showed up in Charlotte, like they do around the league.

Three takeaways from Carolina Panthers game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Rob Bironas worked at a Charlotte Best Buy store while honing the skills that sent him to a nine-year career as an NFL kicker.

Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen was the team’s top receiver in catches and yardage a year ago, and he’s back atop both categories after two games in 2014. But what he has done off the field is equally impressive.

Ben Roethlisberger threw two second-half touchdown passes to Antonio Brown as the Pittsburgh Steelers downed the Carolina Panthers 37-19 on Sunday night. Here are video highlights from

Midway through the fourth quarter Sunday night, the Terrible Towel-waving Pittsburgh fans outnumbered the remaining Panthers fans waving their white flags at Bank of America Stadium. Surrender was in order.

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