Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, needing a late score to break a tie in the fourth quarter, were hoping to make a few big plays to get into field goal range. Marcus Peters had other ideas.
Marcus Peters lol https://t.co/WSDf8phX6j
— Kyle Boone (@kylebooneCBS) November 13, 2016
There’s no other way to put it, Peters just stole that ball from Kelvin Benjamin.
He did make a mistake in kicking the ball, costing his team five yards with the delay of game penalty. But that was rendered irrelevant when Cairo Santos buried 37-yard field goal as time expired.
With that, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated Carolina 20-17. At one point, the Panthers, now 3-6 on the season, led the game 17-0.