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  2. Too soon to judge. You would like him to be better than he was Sunday but 55million doesn't buy an All Pro these days.... That isn't our expectations for him.
  3. Saints could be without Sterling Moore
  4. The Klein Factor

    If he draws 1v1 with Christian McCaffrey, just throw it to Christrian McCaffrey. He's a good thumper but not meant to cover space.
  5. As suspected, Johnson not doing much. What about pass defensed?
  6. The Klein Factor

    While it gives them a slight advantage, it still comes down to execution. We have the more talented unit, but can we actually get something out of them?
  7. Hate Week. Again.

    Remember in 2015 when the Saints started fuggin McCown and still gave the Panthers all they could handle. Would have won except for a last second Josh Norman interception? I do. Never overlook a divisional game. More times than not they could go either way.
  8. The Klein Factor

    The Saints defense is so bad that they could know every play call before the snap and still get beat.
  9. You can't blame Gettlemen for signing a shitty OT to a big contract? That's pretty crazy. Not to mention Gettlemens inability to bring quality offensive players via the draft. Want to see our future...take a look at our last 5 drafts. Not looking so hot is it.
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  11. Now is about the time I get a hankering for SCARY MOVIES through Halloween. There are a few films I watch every year and never get tired of. - The Exorcist - Rosemarie's Baby - Poltergeist - Friday the 13th 1,2,3 - Halloween 1,2 - A nightmare on Elm St - 1,2 - The Shining What should I add?
  12. Netflix Recommendation - It Follows

    Yep, good flick. The European version much better than the american.
  13. A quick glance at the statistical matchup between the Panthers and the Saints. OFFENSE CAR Avg. Rank NO Avg. Rank Total Yards Per Game 271 25th 386.5 3rd Rushing Yards Per Game 96.5 18th 70.5 28th Rushing Yards Per Attempt 2.9 29th 3.7 19th Passing Net YPG 174.5 24th 316 2nd Sacks Per Pass Play 9.50% 26th 2.30% 1st Sacks Allowed 6 n/a 2 n/a Third Down Efficiency 48.30% 7th(t) 34.80% 23rd Points Per Game 16 22nd(t) 19.5 16th(t) DEFENSE Total Yards Per Game 196.5 1st 512.5 32nd Rushing Yards Per Game 60 6th 124 25th Rushing Yards Per Attempt 3.2 9th 4.1 19th Passing Net YPG 136.5 2nd 388.5 32nd Sacks Per Pass Play 10.40% 5th 4.10% 27th Sacks 7 n/a 3 n/a Third Down Efficiency 25.00% 4th(t) 57.70% 32nd Points Per Game 3 1st 32.5 31st Items of note New Orleans has the 3rd best offense in the league in terms of yards. New Orleans is first in the league in not giving up sacks. Carolina Panthers have a much better third down efficiency than New Orleans. Carolina Panthers rush for more yards per game than New Orleans. Carolina Panthers dominate in every defensive category.
  14. Antifa is the moral equivalent of nazis

    Really?
  15. The Klein Factor

    City loves him. The local sports reporters call him their first legit MLB in four years. Could be a factor but minor knowledge. He's just a solid player
  16. 2017 Carolina Panthers individual stats through week 2 including QB pressures. PLAYER TOTAL SOLO ASSIST SACKS QBP FF FR INT Davis 16 12 4 1 1 - - - Kuechly 15 10 5 - 2 1 - 1 Worley 12 10 2 - - - - - Coleman 11 10 1 - - - - - Bradberry 10 9 1 - - - - - Adams 9 7 2 - - - - - Addison 6 6 0 1 5 - - - Peppers 7 5 2 2.5 2 - - - Lotulelei 6 4 2 0.5 - - 1 - Thompson 6 4 2 1 - - - - Short 5 3 2 - 6 - - - Horton 3 2 1 1 2 1 - - Johnson 3 3 0 - 1 - - - Love 2 1 1 - 2 - - - Butler 1 0 1 - - - - - Munnerlyn 1 1 0 - - - - - Items of interest Addison and Short make up over half of all QB pressures. Julius Peppers leads sack totals. Thomas Davis leading in solo and total tackles. Luke with the only INT - (I suspect that changes this Sunday)
  17. Hate Week. Again.

  18. The Klein Factor

    He'll probably have a pretty good game just bc of the system knowledge etc, but that won't mean much for their atrocious D y tf am i up rn
  19. The Klein Factor

    Klein had a super opener against Minny, but came back down to earth against NE. Hopefully he'll remain earth-bound this weekend.
  20. So, "revenge" games are mostly just talk. But Klein will be the one actually calling out the plays on defense and making the adjustments. He is the QB of their defense. That is a different story when it comes to any help it may give the Saints. The Panthers are changing up some of their terminology to counter, but Klein is a pretty smart guy. Not sure how long that will work. Will Klein's knowledge of Shula and his system play any role on Sunday?
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