PANTHERS TRIVIA

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John Corker's 28.0 sacks in 1983 not only led the Michigan Panthers in their inaugural season, not only led the USFL in the category, not only was the most sacks in pro football that year, but set a single season pro football record that has yet to be even approached let alone eclipsed. 
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Despite being a "front and center" presence for the franchise, Michigan WR Anthony Carter didn't lead the team in receptions either season he wore a Panther uniform.
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Ken Lacy attracted a lot of attention from NFL scouts by rushing for 1,180 yards in 1983.  He would sign a contract to play for the Kansas City Chiefs after the Panthers 1984 season concluded.
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Player Att Cmp Cmp% Yards TD INT
Bobby Hebert 451 257 57.0 3,568 27 17
Whit Taylor 34 17 50.0 353 1 0

Player Att Yards TD
Ken Lacy 232 1,180 6
John Williams 153 624 12

Player Rec Yards TD
Mike Cobb 61 746 5
Anthony Carter 60 1,181 9
Ken Lacy 40 433 2

Player XPM XPA FG FGA Points
Novo Bojovic 49 54 18 29 103

Player Punts Yards Avg.
David Greenwood 37 1,532 41.4
Jeff Partridge 23 905 39.3

Player Ret Yards Avg.
Anthony Carter 40 387 9.7
Lonell Phea 10 100 10.0

Player Ret Yards Avg.
Lonell Phea 27 596 22.1
John Williams 12 290 24.2
Derek Holloway 13 254 19.5

Player INT Yards Avg.
Robert Pennywell 4 23 5.8
Ron Osborne 3 7 2.3

Player Sacks . .
John Corker 28.0 - -
David Tipton 12.0 - -
Ronnie Paggett 9.5 - -


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