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Carolina Panthers control own destiny after 17-13 win over Cleveland Browns

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Given up for dead last month following a six-game losing streak, the Carolina Panthers are very much alive. The Panthers will play a winner-take-all game for the NFC South title next week at Atlanta after dispatching Cleveland 17-13 on a gray Sunday at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers' victory, combined with the Falcons' 30-14 victory at New Orleans, eliminated the Saints from and set up next week's showdown at the Georgia Dome for the division in which every team will finish below .500. "In spite of the things we've gone through, it all comes down to one game, and that's all we could ask for is to be in that situation," Panthers coach Ron Rivera said. "I'm ...

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