The Panthers were ready this time for their second take on prime time, particularly quarterback Cam Newton.
Newton accounted for all four touchdowns - running for two and throwing for two - to lead the Panthers to a 30-22 win over Philadelphia in a "Monday Night Football" matchup between two struggling teams.
The Panthers (3-8) looked much better than they did during a 36-7 loss to the New York Giants in a nationally televised game in Week 3. Newton threw for three interceptions in that game, which started a five-game losing streak.
But Newton was sharp Monday, throwing for 306 yards on 18-of-28 passing and running for a team-high 52 yards on 14 carries. It was Newton's sixth 300-yard passing game, but the first in a win.
For the second consecutive week, Newton did not have a turnover.