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The Associated Press
Panthers ponder QB situation after rout by Bengals
CINCINNATI (AP) Just when the Carolina Panthers’ season seemed as if it couldn’t get any worse, they played the worst first half in team history – and another change at quarterback may be in their future. Facing a Cincinnati Bengals team playing on a short week after its own embarrassing 32-13 loss on Monday night at Cleveland, Carolina (2-7) went into halftime trailing 35-0 – the largest intermission deficit in franchise history – before scoring three garbage-time touchdowns and losing 42-21. The team’s previous largest halftime deficit was 32-0 at New Orleans in Week 17 of the 2019 season on the way to a 42-10 loss.
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