By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Panthers have won four of their last five games since they inserted backup QB Kyle Allen for Pro-Bowl QB Cam Newton.

Allen lacks the big-play ability of Newton, but he has provided better ball security and started to utilize the best player on the offense in RB Christian McCaffrey.

Allen played four of his five games on the road and will finally be back at home this week against the Titans.EvansBucs

The young quarterback did not throw an interception until his fifth game, when he had three in San Francisco. He also has three fumbles in those five games.

Allen has been sacked 17 times in five games this season and he ranks 13th in the NFL in most sacks.

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