Faulkner: Panthers to go 13-3
Posted 02 September 2014 - 12:59 PM
A WHOLE PIE!
The offensive line will not be one of the league’s best entering the 2014 season, but it will be solid, and has potential to be very good as the year goes on. As with any team, the Panther’s offensive line needs to stay healthy, but it’s crucial for Carolina, which doesn’t have a very deep line
If the offensive line can stay healthy and build chemistry as the year progresses, and Newton’s new receivers turn into weapons, Newton could have an MVP- type season.
Benjamin is looking like a true weapon... but the real focus should be on the tight ends. After coming off a great season in 2013, one in which he led the Panthers in receiving, Greg Olsen could be the focus of the passing game, or at least the tight ends in general could be. Olsen was joined this season by free agent tight end Ed Dickson, in addition to second year tight end Brandon Williams and fourth year tight end Richie Brockel, who’ll help the Panthers in these double-tight end sets regaining popularity."
Posted 02 September 2014 - 01:07 PM
I know several people who email late at night when they are drunk, just look in the TBox
Posted 02 September 2014 - 01:19 PM
Who is this guy?
Personally, I don't mind the media dogging on us. Historically, we've always been much better off as underdogs.
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Fantasy sports taught me how to be objective. The AL East taught me sports is a business. Living on both coasts taught me that people truly do hate Tom Brady. Golf taught me there is athletic life after high-school football.
Posted 02 September 2014 - 01:20 PM
Ok....so this person is either the smartest sports writer in the world, delusional, or has Cam has his fantasy QB and is super hopeful...
But he's not wrong...if the oline is simply adequate we can be super awesome good this year.
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