Sunday, November 9, 2008. (AP) -- Even the worst game of Jake Delhomme's career proved to be enough to beat the lowly Oakland Raiders.
Delhomme threw a touchdown pass on the opening drive before matching his career-worst performance with four interceptions and the Carolina Panthers kept Oakland out of the end zone in a 17-6 victory Sunday.
DeAngelo Williams ran for 140 yards and scored on a 69-yard run for the only touchdown after the opening drive for the Panthers (7-2). But against a Raiders team that hasn't scored a touchdown in nine quarters, that was more than enough to keep Carolina in first place in the NFC South.
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