CHARLOTTE, N.C. --- Apparently, Carolina Panthers Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams have been dance partners for some time.
This isn't some figuratively speaking deal, as they share the carries for the team, but it's something that goes back a while and has to do with when both players score touchdowns in the same game.
On an afternoon that quarterback Cam Newton set some records and will get most of the post-game attention, the Carolina Panthers' ground attack shouldn't be lost in the 48-16 rout of visiting Tampa Bay, in particular the dancing duo.
Stewart ran the ball seven times for 88 yards and Williams rambled for 66 yards on seven carries, as well. He scored twice on the ground, while Stewart hit pay dirt with an 11-yard scoring pass from Newton. Overall, Carolina ran for a season-high 270 yards.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said the learning process of Newton as a rookie under center took away from the ground attack early on, but the whole offensive package is beginnin...