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Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Jared Odrick chases down Carolina Panthers
quarterback Cam Newton in the first quarter Sunday. CHARLES TRAINOR JR / STAFF

By Adam Beasley

Cam Newton completed a 1-yard pass to Greg Olsen with 43 seconds left in the game,
propelling the Panthers past the Dolphins 20-16.

The Dolphins led 16-3 late in the first half, but could not score again.

Ryan Tannehill completed 28 of 42 passes for 310 yards, but his last-ditch effort fell
short. He had Mike Wallace deep for an apparent miracle touchdown, but his receiver
could not pull it in.

With the loss, the Dolphins fall into a logjam for the sixth seed in the AFC at 5-6.

The Dolphins' offense could hardly have started worse. Tannehill's second pass of the
game was tipped at least five times before Josh Thomas picked it off.

But Miami's defense and special teams bailed its offense out. After a stop, Graham
Gano's 35-yard field goal was blocked, keeping Carolina off the board.

However, after a Dolphins three-and-out, Gano had another shot at a field goal, this time
pounding through a 52-yarder to give the Panthers the early lead.

Then Tannehill connected with Wallace on a touchdown pass eight months in the
making. Tannehill rolled right on a bootleg, and found Wallace well behind Captain
Munnerlyn in coverage.
Even a Tannehill underthrow couldn't spoil the play, as Wallace came back for the ball
and reeled in a 53-yard touchdown —the longest touchdown completion for Tannehill on
the year.

Later in the half, Tannehill and Wallace hooked up again, this time for 57 yards, leading
to a 32-yard field goal by Caleb Sturgis.

Sturgis boomed through a 47-yarder to give the Dolphins a 13-3 lead.

Then it was the defense's turn to make a huge play. Nolan Carroll baited Newton into
throwing deep to Brandon LeFell, only to step in front of the pass for the interception.

The Dolphins could only manage a field goal, however, because the officials picked up
the flag after Luke Kuechly blasted Rishard Matthews with his helmet.

Gano nailed a 46-yarder on the last play of the half to cut the lead to 10.

The Panthers came out of the locker room looking like a different team. Ron Rivera went
for it on fourth-and-1 on Carolina's side of the field, and the Panthers capitalized. Newton
ran in from 5 yards out, cutting the lead to 3.

Miami finally put together a decent drive in the fourth quarter, but a sack made Sturgis'
field goal longer than it should of been, and he pulled it wide left.

On their final drive in regulation, the Panthers converted a fourth-and-10 that not only
extended the drive, but knocked Chris Clemons out of the game. D.J. Campbell replaced
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