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MillionDollarCam

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  1. Sad admission from Cam

    Unless your playing against the Panthers. Our Tampa 2 zone and off-cover man seem to have quite a few holes in them.
  2. Told you so..

    We run a different defensive scheme than Atlanta so it's hard to compare offensive success or lack there of. We played a deep zone today and the Falcons took advantage at 11 yards per pass. The Falcons switched it up between press and off-man and we just ran the same thing regardless of their scheme. And my argument was that unless we have a true number one it doesn't matter who we trot out on that field, they won't be able to overcome poor coaching.
  3. Told you so..

    1. I've seen some of your posts, you might want to stop talking. 2. Ginn even stated that the move was his. It's something he threw into the actual hitch and go route, a route you see Shula never call.(http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000291593/article/how-carolina-panthers-ted-ginn-beat-darrelle-revis)
  4. Told you so..

    Being undrafted has nothing to do with it, if you can play then so be it. As I was saying there are only a handful of players that can play and look good in the type of offense the Panthers run. To put it frankly, it's too simplistic and requires all units (both the run and the pass) to be working in order to be successful. Was Cam horrible today, absolutely. Did he make a lot of poor throws, you bet he did. But asking the guy to fit the ball into an ULTRA-TIGHT window on a drag route to Olsen, a post route to Clay, or a streak to Funchess is ridiculous. These receivers are made for option routes that have out and up's and or hitch and go options in them. Asking these guys to simply be better than the opposing teams DB is not going to happen, and it won't happen with Kerley or with any other WR off the street wide because our offense is too reliant on mutiple parts to be successful. For example: if our run game isn't working, you don't see Shula call quick curls to encourage the defense to play press. Adittionally, when an opposing defense plays press coverage we never run the out and up's or hitch and go options. I don't even remember the last time I saw one of our wide outs run a double move. Shula asks our guys to run simple route combos hoping to find a hole in the defense that won't be there because our run game can't get going. Would Atlanta even bite on that play action today, it's doubtful as McCaffrey averaged 2.3 ypc and Artis-Payne 3.2. Our run game wasn't a threat at all, in order for the play action to even remotely be a threat your running game has to be a threat. In our best offensive performances (375+ yards), our running game was on point. @ New England: Stewart- 4.9 ypc vs. Miami: Artis-Payne- 9.7 ypc, Stewart- 6.5 ypc, McCaffrey- 4.4 ypc vs. Green Bay: McCaffrey- 5.3 ypc In those games we ran the ball well and in case you were wondering Cam was a combined 63/95 (66%) for 812 yards and 11 TD's/1 INT When our run game is on, our receivers can get open and make up for the shitty play calling of our OC. When the run game is non-existent, asking our receivers to run their same routes while hoping for the same results is just a form of insanity.
  5. Told you so..

    Unless we're bringing in a game changing wide out like Green, Jones, Hopkins, or Brown then it doesn't matter who lines up at WR on this team. Shula's route trees in his playbook consist of drags and streaks. This is the NFL, only a handful of guys can literally outrun the coverage and unfortunately that's what Shula's play calls ask the wideouts to do. You hardly ever see us run out and ups, hitch and go's, or double moves. One of the best routes I've seen run by a Panther was improvisational. I'm willing to guarantee that Ginn was supposed to run a simple streak but threw in the double move on his own to create separation. It takes better play-design by our coaches to maximize the talent we do have. That for one is why I believe it doesn't matter if we bring in Jeremy fugging Kerley because we are going to have him run the same damn routes as Russell Shepard... and unless Kerley has turned into Antonio Brown since the last time I saw him, he wouldn't have any more success than Shepard would.
  6. I think the OP may be a little confused. The NFL playoffs are not a set bracket like the NCAA Tournament. It's seed based. If both the Falcons and Panthers win, Carolina is headed to Minnesota. If the Panthers and Rams win, Carolina is headed to Philly. Edit: Looks like OP edited.
  7. To give you Panther fans a slight glimmer of hope I want to take you back to the 2012-2013 season where our Carolina Panthers fell flat on their face at home in a playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers. That 49ers team had a wealth of experience in Vernon Davis, Joe Staley, Frank Gore, Patrick Willis, Mike Iupati, Justin Smith, Anquan Boldin, Ahmad Brooks, NaVorro Bowman, and Donte Whitner. The 49ers were ready and prepared for that playoff atmosphere. Our young Cam Newton-led Panthers were not. This time our veteran group is going on the road against a young Saints team. We must remember that the Saints have not been to the playoffs since 2013. Furthermore, they have a LARGE number of players at important positions that have never even played a snap in the playoffs (Michael Thomas, Brandon Coleman, Terron Armstead, Andrus Peat, Larry Warford, Ryan Ramczyk, Alvin Kamara, Marshon Lattimore, Ken Crawley, P.J. Williams, Muhammad Al-Quadin, Sheldon Rankins, Trey Hendeickson, Vonn Bell etc.). The point is, there are a lot of players on the Saints who have never been in this position as where the Panthers are chalked full of guys at every position who have playoff experience. The Panthers will need to go into New Orleans and use this experience to get the win. There's hope! The 2013 Ravens ended up finishing the season 1-3 before Flacco went on a tear in the playoffs and brought the Super Bowl trophy back to Baltimore. If Cam can get into a rythem like Flacco did, there is enough talent on this team to make a run. /End Optimism - Carry On With Your Negativity
  8. Panthers going on a run

    The 2012-13 Ravens come to mind when you think about a team finishing poorly then capping off the season with a SB win. I believe the Ravens finished the season 1-3 in their last 4 games.
  9. gameball. who gets it???

    The fans who traveled down to sit through that poo. They are the only part of Carolina to show up today.
  10. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Well it looks like Cam went 1-1 today. Seahawks fans are blaming Cam for Pete Carroll playing a conservative game down the stretch. http://www.seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=145044
  11. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    These two teams just managed to extend their seasons by a week. Each team is gonna get blown the fug out.
  12. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Before someone asks where this was all day, the Falcons are in prevent, it's simple pitch and catch (then again, even that had been difficult today between shitty throws and drops).
  13. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    NFLPA wouldn't allow it but Ron needs to make this team get right on the fuging plane to LA.
  14. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    If our guys did push-ups after every fug up today they'd be jacked.
  15. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    About fuging time.
  16. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Our O-Line is making Jarrett look like prime Haloti Ngata.
  17. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    What in the actual hell.
  18. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Who's fans feel worse, ours or the Saints?
  19. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Short is having a great game.
  20. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Negative. FBS's new Independent team.
  21. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    I love Cam as much as the next guy and when I posted under CP8789, I was actually the initial individual to create a Newton thread in the NFL Draft forum after Cam's 3rd game at Auburn... However, those that attribute all of Cam's errors to his WR's have some serious blinders on. Cam is a great QB but his inaccuracy is certainly an issue. Saying otherwise is foolish.
  22. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Your right, I just worked for a college football team for multiple years.
  23. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Lolol Throwing the ball 5 yards over the receivers head is not an anticipation issue. It's a bad throw.
  24. Official Panthers at Falcons Gameday Thread

    Why even take the timeout... Matt Bryant is damn near automatic. No sense in wasting a timeout getting an extra guy out there to watch it go through the the uprights.
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