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    Duteronomy 31:8 English Standard Version (ESV)

    8 It is the Lord who goes before you. He will be with you; he will not leave you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.”

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  1. Reminder: At New Orleans 2014

    Their fans seem to think the Saints have mailed it in.
  2. Don Shula Son Needs To Improve Our Screen Game

    Don Shula?
  3. Could we lose Shula and McDermott?

    The good thing is I believe we have replacements for both on staff already in Steve Wilks and Ken Dorsey?
  4. Thursday night football commercials

    Stupid thread is stupid. 
  5. We aren't the only ones that have noticed...

    Thought we had something when we won the season opener. Boy were we wrong.
  6. Yet here you are commenting.
  7. Norman's Trash Talking

    Good as long as it doesn't draw flags and he can back it up.
  8. Olsen on Pace for Another Career Year

    His may be my first Panther jersey.
  9. Cam to Bama Hater:"I'll slap the S*** out of you"

    They can. 
  10. Olsen on Pace for Another Career Year

    1a and 1b, put Greg in NE's offense and I guarantee he has the same production. 
  11. This is a completely different point than you made above. Yes, Cam is the catalyst for our run game, never disputed that, nor would I.
  12. Adding insult to injury

    What kills me is one dude was talking about how dem boyz were going to destroy the Panthers and now his FB is clearly bandwagon Panther stuff. On on side it's funny, on the other it's insulting.
  13. The run game is the basis of our offense, however teams stack the box and Cam is forced to throw to open thing up. Your assertion that we run once were ahead just to run the clock out couldn't be more wrong. I promise you Rivera and Shula would be content running every down if it was possible.  We are built to run the ball because it's an organizational philosophy. 
  14. When Kelvin Benjamin went down in July we all thought we were doomed. One glimmer of hope was the presence of Greg Olsen who eclipsed the 1000 yard mark for the first time in his career the preceeding season. Conventional wisdom suggested he would struggle this year without KB, allowing defenses to focus on taking Olsen away.  They've tried. They've failed. Despite being Cam's favorite target and Carolina's most legitimate receiver, thus the focal point of defenses, Greg is on pace for new career highs in all three major catagories. After 11 weeks he has 53 receptions for 788 yards and 6 TD's. Last year he finished the season with 6 TD's and he's only 220 yards from the yardage mark. He is 31 receptions away from that mark. It's fun to imagine where he'll end up at the end of the season, especially with the emergence of Devin Funchess. What's more? Greg doesn't give a rip about stats. As long as the wins keep coming he's content to live in the background but fans know how important he is, not just as a receiver but as a blocker and as a leader. He's the consummate pro. Greg Olsen has been one of our team MVP's yet hasn't garnered the attention he's due because we have so many people playing so well. I can't convey how happy I am that we robbed Chicago and brought him to Carolina where he quickly became one of my all time favorite Panthers. In conclusion, I love Olsen. http://www.nfl.com/player/gregolsen/2495700/careerstats