Jeremy Igo

The Carolina Panthers have gotten...

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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

Route design is a big deal.

Watch the design of the routes on a Saints play. Then watch the Panthers.

got it. thanks man. one last annoying newb question, do you need a certain minimum of posts to start threads (to keep the trolls under control) or is it a premium member thing? 

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I've read and heard from numerous pundits that Cam is not a rhythm or anticipation thrower. Would that not also play a part in the types and combination of routes Shula can call if Cam is not comfortable making certain throws? Not to mention trusting the receivers to run more complicated routes or heaven forbid an option route where Cam and the receiver have to read the defense the same way.

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