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A Closer Look at Wk1 & Wk2 Drive Charts - clearly reveals Panthers Defensive DOMINANCE

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1 minute ago, rayzor said:

yeah, i was just looking at something similar to that...mainly points, but this schedule is looking pretty favorable for our offense. like you said, it's still really early, but i'm not hating that schedule. it will probably get easier and aside from maybe a couple hiccups it should be pretty good for us.

What worries me is Denver is resurging. I don't have any more faith in our OTs then I did in the SB 50. You think this team could beat Denver? Albeit we may be looking alot different that late in the football season but our OTs are already having meltdowns early on. 

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18 minutes ago, KB_fan said:

Sure.  I totally agree.  But I don't think the offense is QUITE as woeful as some are making it out to be.

The main thing about moving the ball as we've done is time of possession...

The Panthers have had 9 or 10 drives of 3 minutes or longer.   6 of those drives are 5 minutes or longer if I remember correctly...  That limits our opponents and helps our defense.  So sometimes just keeping the chains moving CAN be helpful even if it doesn't result in a TD.

I'm hopeful though we'll start to see the TDs start multiplying.

I agree with this.  Time of possession keeps the Brees's and Brady's off the field.  I think Cam knocking off the rust will improve the scoring some.  Couple that with the D and we might have something. 

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10 minutes ago, Hoenheim said:

What worries me is Denver is resurging. I don't have any more faith in our OTs then I did in the SB 50. You think this team could beat Denver? Albeit we may be looking alot different that late in the football season but our OTs are already having meltdowns early on. 

unless we are going to be facing them in the superbowl, why worry about them?

what happened before won't happen again. we could have won were it not for the refs. that defense was good, but we had enough to win. only one team scored an offensive TD that game and it wasn't the team that won. we've got a better cast of players on the offense now and an even better defense. we could take them.

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29 minutes ago, rayzor said:

unless we are going to be facing them in the superbowl, why worry about them?

what happened before won't happen again. we could have won were it not for the refs. that defense was good, but we had enough to win. only one team scored an offensive TD that game and it wasn't the team that won. we've got a better cast of players on the offense now and an even better defense. we could take them.

Yeah it was the refs fault Von Miller straight up abused Mike Remmers

 

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2 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

Yeah it was the refs fault Von Miller straight up abused Mike Remmers

 

How many hits to the head caused by the Broncos defenders get away with in that game? :thinking:

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Just now, ecu88 said:

How many hits to the head caused by the Broncos defenders get away with in that game? :thinking:

I don't know I left my seat in the 1st quarter 

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55 minutes ago, Hoenheim said:

We should have scored at least 2 TDs last game. The drop by Benjamin and Cam overthrowing CMC. Also I know we are a run first team but when its 1st down and we're inside the opponents 10 probably every team is daring us to run up the gut and Shula does it about 9 times out of 10 and do it again on 2nd down is kinda frustrating. I'd like to see them get a little more creative with the early down playcalling in the red zone. 

Drop? That was a great defensive play, he hit him at the right time and in the exact right spot. I definitely wouldn't call it a drop. It wasn't one of those defender almost touches it and the WR doesn't catch it. That safety played a great game and was the guy who knocked the end zone pass away from Shepard. 

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14 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

I don't know I left my seat in the 1st quarter 

Sounds pretty fair weather to me

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1 hour ago, rayzor said:

the lions might give us a hard time

Doubtful. They went against some of the NFL's worst o-lines (Cards and Giants). Should regress soon, especially considering the pieces they lost.

Buffalo has had one of the best o-lines last year, and 49ers are decent.

Only challenging defense left is the Vikings, imho.

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2 hours ago, *FreeFua* said:

Yeah it was the refs fault Von Miller straight up abused Mike Remmers

 

Interesting that you should use the word abused. I would use the word assaulted, but it would be cam that got assaulted and it absolutely was because the refs allowed it, not just that game but for all of last season but especially in the Superbowl.

We lost that game because the refs got involved on Denver's behalf and it started early. It set the tone and helped everyone understand that Peyton was going to finish out his "storied" career with another ring and that showboating cam was going to be put in his place.

Denver's defense was good, but I will never give them or that team respect for winning because the refs won it for them.

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