Aaron Murray, a rookie from Georgia whose brother Josh won the Bachelorette this summer, entered the game to start Kansas City’s second drive of the third quarter and promptly hit Travis Kelce for a 43-yard touchdown on the first pass of his NFL career.
Murray’s next series didn’t end as spectacularly. He threw an interception on career pass No. 3, and the Panthers scored a touchdown on the ensuing drive to take a 28-16 lead.
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