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Sunday, December 27, 2015 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Falcons 20, Panthers 13Two weeks after the 38 point thrashing that the Falcons endured at the hands of the Panthers, Atlanta came into their rematch with Carolina with something to prove. The Falcons defense held the high powers Panthers attack in check throughout the game, allowing them in the end zone just a single time. Matt Ryan and Atlanta's offense methodically controlled the game, doing just enough to give the Falcons a 20-13 victory. The loss was the first of the season for Carolina and ended their bid for a perfect season, 2 games before the regular season finale.
Sunday, December 13, 2015 at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) Panthers 38, Falcons 0The Carolina Panthers have been looking up at the Falcons and Saints at the top of the NFC South for a number of seasons, but came into the first Panthers-Falcons matchup of the season looking to leave no doubt who the class of the division was. The Panthers obliterated the Falcons, holding Atlanta's prolific rushing attack to under 55 yards, and pressuring quarterback Matt Ryan all day. On the other side of the ball Cam Newton and the Panthers offense flourished, throwing for 3 touchdowns and the team rushed for 142 yards on the ground. The win gave the Carolina Panthers a 1st round bye in the playoffs and secured the NFC South title.
Sunday, December 28, 2014 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Panthers 34, Falcons 3 With their backs against the wall the Carolina Panthers blasted the Falcons out of the playoffs 34-3 to keep their #4 seed alive. The Panthers were able to capitalize on 3 Atlanta Falcons turnovers that proved to be the fatal deciding factor in the game as the Atlanta offense just failed to get anything going behind Matt Ryan. The Carolina defense stepped up to make multiple big plays in the NFC South title clinching win.
Sunday, November 16, 2014 at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) Falcons 19, Panthers 17 The Atlanta Falcons came away with a win in Charlotte to throw the NFC South into a tie where the Falcons share the lead with the Saints. Carolina struggled early but found a way to get back in the game with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to Philly Brown and Kelvin Benjamin. The Falcons would set up Matt Bryant for a 44-yard field goal to take the lead at the two-minute warning. With time on their side, Cam Newton would lead the Panthers down the field within field goal position twice. Gano however would push a 46-yard try wide right and then have a 63-yard attempt blocked as time expired.
Sunday, December 29, 2013 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Panthers 21, Falcons 20 It was a nail-biter to say the least as the Carolina Panthers headed to the Georgia Dome. With playoff seeding on the line for the Panthers it was a must win for Cam Newton and Co. and they were able to pull it off. Newton ended up with 149 passing yards and 72 rushing yards with 2 total touchdowns to lead the Panthers to a 21-20 win over the Falcons. With retirement looming in the air for Tony Gonzalez, the future Hall of Fame tight end was honored at half-time and finished his NFL career with 4 catches for 56 yards.
Sunday, November 3, 2013 at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) Panthers 34, Falcons 10 With a injury stricken roster the Atlanta Falcons found themselves struggling once again in Charlotte. Cam Newton led the panthers to a 34-10 victory with 249 yards and 2 touchdowns. For Carolina, it was the defense that put the Panthers so far ahead of the Falcons as they picked off Ryan 3 times, taking one back for 6 points. Tony Gonzalez finished out the game with 81 receiving yards and 1 touchdown.
Sunday, December 9, 2012 at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) Panthers 30, Falcons 20 It was the third quarter before the Falcons found their way on the scoreboard, as Cam Newton and the Panthers took care of this one early in Charlotte. Newton connected with Greg Olsen for a 25-yard TD pass in the first quarter, then Graham Gano hit three field goals to go up 16-0 at the half. Newton broke out for a 72-yard TD run in third to put the game out of hand and Carolina shocked the Falcons that had been 11-2 coming into the game.
Sunday, September 30, 2012 at Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA) Falcons 30, Panthers 28 Matt Ryan and Cam Newton duked it out in this one, with Ryan coming up the winner. Ryan threw a 59-yard pass from his own end zone to Julio Jones with less than a minute left in the game, eventually setting up a 40-yard game-winning field goal from Matt Bryant. Michael Turner had 171 total yards of offense, including a 60-yard TD reception to help the Falcons improve to 4-0 on the season while the Panthers fell to 1-3.
Sunday, December 11, 2011 at Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) Falcons 31, Panthers 28 A 44-yard TD catch from Greg Olsen put the Panthers up 23-7 at the half, but the Falcons came storming back to 24 points unanswered to win the game 31-18. Matt Ryan found Jacquizz Rodgers for the 31-yard TD before hitting Julio Jones with two TDs in the fourth quarter to cement the win. Cam Newton was intercepted twice while the Falcons had no turnovers.