DeAngleo Williams set a Panthers single season rushing record 178 yards, while running all over the Saints defense.
The Panthers are now one game better than their 2003 Cardiac Cats counterparts.
The Panthers now have a first round bye, and will host the divisional playoff game after the bye week.
I hope my fellow Panthers fans were thrilled by this victory as much as I was!
Corner back Dante Wesley gets recognition for one of many picks that Saints QB Drew Brees threw.
Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart made his case early in the game, stiff-arming the Saints' Jay Bellamy.
Jake Delhomme had a very productive day against the Saints.
14-of-20, 250 yards passing, and one touchdown. He also threw no interceptions, and wasn't sacked once the entire game!
DJ Hackett, whom I haven't seen on the field pretty much all season, had a few grabs today.
Good job DJ, nice to see you in the game for once.
Oh, look out! DeAngelo Williams, of the new "Rush and Crush" duo, gains more yards on the ground.
"Moose" also had a sweet game against the Saints slow defense.
Panthers defense as a whole, played strongly this afternoon.
Julius Peppers was a beast against Drew Brees and the Saints offensive line.
Steve Smith told Jake, "if you can get it to me, I'll make it count."
Jake was just feeling it today! What a terrific job, as always, he did of rallying the Cardiac Cats to a win.
Smitty just ran all over the place against the Saints. He collected five catches for 134 yards.
Thank you Mr. Jerry Richardson for hiring John Fox seven years ago.
I like his last name too. He's sneaky like a fox.
John "Clutch Kicker" Kasay, propels the redefined "Cardiac Cats" to a last second victory.