The Panthers still haven't won a close game.

Lately, they haven't needed to.

The Panthers intercepted Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan three times Sunday -- returning one for a touchdown -- to roll to a 34-10 victory at sun-splashed Bank of America Stadium.

The Panthers (5-3) won their fourth in a row and their fifth in six games. Carolina has scored at least 30 points in each of its victories, winning by an average margin of 24 points.

Veteran cornerback Drayton Florence had the last of the Panthers' three interceptions. He jumped a Ryan route along the sideline and made a shoe-top catch, returning it 38 yards to give the Panthers a 31-10 lead midway through the fourth quarter.

Atlanta (2-6), which has been plagued by injuries, lost for the fifth time in six games.

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton threw for 249 yards and a touchdown, and also ran for a score.

Newton tossed two first-half interceptions, ending the Panthers' streak of three games without a turnover.

Newton underthrew Ted Ginn on the first pick, then overthrew Steve Smith in the end zone from the Falcons' 19 with 14 seconds left. Atlanta cornerback Robert Alford snagged the ball in the corner of the end zone, but officials initially ruled he was out of bounds.