- Became the first Panther to win Player of the Week four times in a single season.
- Is now one Player of the Week award behind New England's Tom Brady for most in a single season.
- Won the Panthers' 7th Player of the Week award this year, the most the team has won in a single season.
- Became the NFL's first player to win the award four times in a seven-week span since San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006.
AGAINST THE GIANTS, NEWTON:
- Became the first player in NFL history with 300-plus passing yards, at least five passing touchdowns and 100 or more rushing yards in a single game.
- Became the first player in NFL history with 100 rushing yards and five passing touchdowns in a single game.
- Became the first player in NFL history with 340 passing yards and 100 rushing yards.
- Threw five touchdown passes for the third time in his past five games.
- Became the fifth quarterback in NFL history with three or more games with five or more passing touchdowns in a season (Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Daunte Culpepper).
- Ripped off a 47-yard run, the longest rush for the Panthers this season.
- Led his fourth game-winning drive of his season and the 12th of his career.
- Became the fourth quarterback to win at least 17 straight regular-season starts in the Super Bowl era (Peyton Manning (23, '08-'09; 17, '12-'13), Tom Brady (21, '06-'08; 18, '03-'04), Jim McMahon (22, '84-'87).
- Became the only player in NFL history to start a career with five seasons of 3,000-plus passing yards and at least 500 rushing yards.