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Throwback Thursday: Sean Taylor Leads Victory Over Panthers


For today's Throwback Thursday moment presented by Subway, looks back at great safety Sean Taylor's heroics leading to a victory over the Panthers in 2006.

While the late Sean Taylor was known for his bone-crushing hits during his time with the Washington Redskins, the two-time Pro Bowler really could do it all as a safety.



]( the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 26, 2006, the University of Miami product showcased his talent in a 17-13 victory at FedExField, as he made a crucial fourth-down tackle on the second-to-last drive, and then sealed the game's fate with an interception on final last drive.

On 4th and 6 from the Redskins' 33-yard line, Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme found wide receiver Drew Carter.

As Carter caught the ball and then tried to race ahead for a first down, Taylor caught him and upended him just short of the marker.

Then, on the Panthers' last offensive play of the game, Taylor intercepted Delhomme to ice the game.




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