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Panthers, Chiefs all-time record is tied at 2-2

Sunday's winner will take the all-time series lead.

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The Carolina Panthers have only played the Kansas City Chiefs four times in the regular season since the franchise began in 1995. The all-time record stands at 2-2, which means Sunday's game will produce a new all-time leader.

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Here's a look at the history between the two teams (Chiefs win - bold):

1997: 35-14
2000: 15-14 (at Arrowhead)
2004: 28-17 (at Arrowhead)
2008: 34-0

This series is remembered for all-time great quarterback play from legends such as Elvis Grbac, Jake Delhomme and Damon Huard.

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It's also remembered for that time the Chiefs were shut out in Carolina, only the second time in the last decade KC has been held scoreless. But the Chiefs have NEVER lost to Carolina ... at home ... in December ... in an even-numbered year.

But for real: You'd take Huard right now, wouldn't you?

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