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  1. Top 5 Grades: WR Kelvin Benjamin, 84.8 overall grade LB Luke Kuechly, 84.6 overall grade DI Kyle Love, 83.9 overall grade OT Daryl Williams, 83.1 overall grade OG Andrew Norwell, 82.0 Performances of Note: QB Cam Newton, 79.9 overall grade Recovering from a poor early interception, that saw him sail a pass too far downfield allowing for the easy takeaway, Newton settled in as the game went on, and delivered several key throws before leading the Panthers into position for the game winning field goal. When the Patriots didn’t get pressure on him, which was on nine of his 33 dropbacks, Newton completed 82.6 percent of his passes, tossed three touchdowns and produced an passer rating of 140.2. HB Christian McCaffrey, 77.4 overall grade
  2. https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-refocused-carolina-panthers-23-san-francisco-49ers-3 I know some of you place value on this site's "analysis". No surprises this week.
  3. Thought I'd just put this out here. Enjoy: https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-first-round-rookie-review-preseason-week-1 Looks like CMC's full potential will be kept safe as a secret for now. As for others... @falconidae so here's the context you wanted. Fournette exposed. 0.0 elusive rating. 0.89 yards after contact. No forced miss tackles. Surprisingly, it was the Jaguars O-line that gives Fournette the advantage, which I've said before would likely be the case. Their o-line fits Fournette perfectly and actually performs better in a downhill scheme rather than shotgun. Just like me and @Promethean Forerunner have been saying all along, OJ Howard's raw in the passing game. It will be a while before he gets to that level.
  4. Someone said there would be a surprise player last night. And, no, in my mind it wasn't Damiere Byrd. But if you guessed Byrd was one of the players that received the highest grade from Pro Football Focus, you'd be right. I mean, "Byrd" was the word seemingly three quarters of the game. The other player whom you may have overlooked was Bryan Cox. Cox earned the highest grade of the night. "On offense, Damiere Byrd earned the highest grade of the game from Pro Football Focus at 83.7: 'Byrd shredded Texans CB Robert Nelson for four receptions – on four targets – for all 98 of his receiving yards, and a pair of touchdowns. Backup QB Joe Webb connected with Byrd for scoring strikes of 50 yards and another from eight yards that proved to be the game-winning score. Byrd posted an impressive 6.13 yards per route run average over 16 snaps in route.' "On the other side of the ball, defensive end Bryan Cox got the highest mark at 86.4, courtesy of two QB hits and four hurries: 'The Panthers need support from the backup pass-rushers this season, and got just that from Cox tonight. He flustered Houston edge blockers all night, racking up two QB hits and four hurries on just 21 rushes. His pass-rush grade of 83.9 and run defense grade of 84.2 were both tops for Carolina.' "Both players are in tough position battles and certainly helped their cause on Wednesday night. Their counterparts Kelvin Benjamin and Daeshon Hall also scored strong." I noticed that Cox was making some noise, I just didn't realize how much. PFF is exactly right, we need depth at both positions, but it shouldn't be lost among all the chirping about Byrd that KB and Daeshon Hall (who was getting notable push) played well also. http://pantherswire.usatoday.com/2017/08/10/damiere-byrd-bryan-cox-earn-highest-pff-grades-for-panthers-vs-texans/
  5. Well, this should get you excited: Reminder the Texans have arguably the most stacked defensive-line in the NFL. If our o-line could handle them for a good series, we might see something special barring injury.
  6. Per Smokin' Joe if the CO: "Pro Football Focus, the analytics site owned by NBC broadcaster Cris Collinsworth, ranks the Panthers’ offensive line as the league’s 12th-best entering the season. Among NFC South teams, only Atlanta’s line (No. 6) is rated higher by PFF." http://www.charlotteobserver.com/sports/nfl/carolina-panthers/article158881149.html PFF surprisingly (or not) says that Taylor Moton is the wildcard. At this point, I guess I'll take it (not that I have a choice).