Panthers Sprint Game Ball of the Week Goes to RB Mike Goodson

CHARLOTTE NC - NOVEMBER 21: Dawan Landry #26 of the Baltimore Ravens tries to tackle Mike Goodson #33 of the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on November 21 2010 in Charlotte North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

For the first time this season we've got a back-to-back winner of the Panthers Sprint game ball. RB Mike Goodson followed up his first 100 rushing day with 120 yards this week. Add in 31 yards receiving and...no fumbles!...and you have a very nice day. He ripped a nifty 45 yard run up the middle at the end of the 1st quarter that made the Ravens take notice. He showed great vision and made a beauty of a cutback to the right that left a LB doing circles.He's now leading the team with 4.4 yards per rush.

Goodson was also impressive in the passing game. He had a team high 5 receptions on 6 targets for the aforementioned 31 yards. This is the one aspect of his game that he does have the edge over on Double Trouble. For whatever the reason Goodson now has 25 receptions on the season, 2nd on the team and 14 more than DeAngelo Williams.

Congratulations to RB Mike 'Goodie" Goodson the Week 11 Sprint Game Ball winner!

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