The Carolina Panthers made a little history Sunday, but hardly the kind they'll want to remember.
For the first time since 1999, an NFL team started a rookie quarterback and two rookie receivers, and the results were predictable.
The Panthers passed for a meager 96 yards (34 fewer if you deduct sack yardage) and saw their kiddie corps of wideouts struggle from start to finish.
"It's real frustrating, and it's real frustrating for me to go out there and play the way I did," third-round wideout Brandon LaFell said. "I had a couple of penalties, I dropped two passes, that's real frustrating. Just as a team point and a personal point, I know I'm better than that. I played really poor today and I feel like that had a lot to do with us losing."