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About w280sax

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  1. Dominance

    I would say the team is playing much better after the bye.  They narrowly beat houston and new orleans at home in weeks 2 and 3.  I've rewatched the 30 minute condensed version of all 11 games in the last 2 weeks and the team i've seen since the philadelphia game looks so much better than the team did early in the year.   Also, i use pro-football-reference.com for all things nerdy like this as they have more stats than you can imagine.  
  2. Dominance

    We all know that the panthers have won 15 regular season games in a row and that they've broken 100 yards rushing for 22 games in a row (this stat is at 24 games if you count the playoffs last year which i guess they officially do not.) I looked back at this year statistically and found a few other nuggets that i hadnt heard anywhere.   1.  The panthers have not trailed in nearly 15 quarters.  Their last deficit was 7-3 to green bay until they took the lead with 12:55 left in the second quarter and never relinquished it. 2.  In the last 7 games, the panthers have trailed exactly 8 minutes of game time.  This is less than 2% of the game time during that period. 3.  The panthers have scored 20 or more in the first half in 3 of the last four games. 4.  The panthers have scored first to jump out to an early lead in 8 of the 11 games.  (Houston, new orleans, and seattle were the exceptions) 5.  By my math, the panthers have led over 70% of all game minutes across the 11 games and trailed less than 15% of that time. (They have led 471+ minutes of a possible 670 minutes and trailed 99 minutes total.)   I think these numbers are pretty good indications of dominance especially after the seattle game and further show how amazing the 2015 panthers have been.  I wonder how the other top teams would compare on some of these numbers. Any other stats to back up the dominance?
  3. Saints Fans and a Delorean

    We also beat the top 3 seeds from the nfc last year...2 on the road.  Also the #4 seed from the afc. Also, nice showing from the nfc east yesterday.  I must have missed that division being mocked by the national media like ours was last year.
  4. Saints game flexed

    Google shows our game and the new england game at 4:25 next week.   http://www.nfl.com/schedules/2015/REG13
  5. Official Panthers at Cowboys Gameday Thread

    I looked it up and we are not close.   We have 28 and the record is 66 by sd in 1961 and 63 by seattle in 1984.    Those records are insane since they were 12 and 14 game seasons.
  6. Unless im wrong, this is after the bills loss in 2013.  I dont remember any pressure on rivera last year.
  7. Rodney Harrison

    Q: can the carolina panthers go undefeated Dungy:  they can and they will.
  8. This panthers team has scored more points in 11 games than they did in an entire season in 10 of the previous 20 seasons.  They scored 7 more points all last year then they have in the first 11 games this year. At the current pace, they would score 483 points this year to demolish their previous record of 421 in 1999. Im glad ron rivera has proved everyone wrong.  
  9. Dallas Tears are Delicious

    I do look forward to loser radio on the radio tomorrow.
  10. I liked our blue uniforms

    1-0 all time in all blue.  The first time we were in all black, Peyton manning beat us badly.  
  11. Kurt Coleman

    Coleman, Ginn, and oher combined cost against the cap is around 5.5M this year.  I'd say gettleman did well shopping this offseason.
  12. Luke had 49 interception return yards. No Cowboys receiver had more than 45.
  13. Let This Soak In

    I believe I heard 15 in a row ties the all time nfc record.  Indy holds the nfl record at 23 so that is a ways off. interesting to note that next week they could get the 16th at the same place they got the 1st in the streak.
  14. Official Panthers at Cowboys Gameday Thread

    #Panthers Inactives for #CARvsDAL: WR Brown, CB Tillman, RB Wegher, RB Artis-Payne, LS Aiken, WR Norwood, DE Delaire.