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Dolphins-Panthers updates: NFL’s lowest scoring offense takes on top-rated defense

Panthers loosen up with fans before game against the Dolphins

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made 8-year-old Grady Svenson’s night with a pair of sweatbands and defensive end Charles Johnson tossed a football with fans before Monday night's game against the Miami Dolphins on Nov. 12, 2017 at Bank
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made 8-year-old Grady Svenson’s night with a pair of sweatbands and defensive end Charles Johnson tossed a football with fans before Monday night's game against the Miami Dolphins on Nov. 12, 2017 at Bank

Here are live updates as the Carolina Panthers (6-3) and Miami Dolphins (4-4) play at uptown’s Bank of America Stadium in Week 10 of the NFL season.

The game matches the NFL’s top-ranked defense – the Panthers give up just 274.1 yards a game – against one of its worst offenses. The Dolphins rank last in the NFL in scoring at 14.5 points per game and next to last in yardage at 270.2 yards per game.

Tweets from Joseph Person, Jourdan Rodrigue, Scott Fowler, Brendan Marks, the Observer sports staff and others are included.

When: 8:30 p.m. Monday.

TV: ESPN and WSOC in Charlotte)

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Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis speaks about the swagger that comes with having the NFL‘s top defense.

"Monday Night Football" analyst Jon Gruden, in town to broadcast the Panthers-Dolphins game, says that Carolina could “run the table” and that Christian McCaffrey is the “perfect modern-day football player.”

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