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Guess How Predictable The Panthers Running Game Is?

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6 minutes ago, Saca312 said:

Oh wee mayne.

Pretty much, defenses know we're running under center, and passing in shotgun. Not exactly the most creative or evolutionary approach to keep defenses on its heels.

So, yeah.

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Exactly what I said in the CMC panic thread.

Our play design is awful, and it hampers our offense even more when we can't even get the play call in without burning a timeout. Then you add our issues along the OL. It's surprising our offense has been able to function much at all.

This is what happened last year, people said Stewart stopped being effective, but it was clear we were not calling plays to our own players advantages. No RB is going to be able to get much room to work with under these circumstances.

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1 minute ago, TheRed said:

Exactly what I said in the CMC panic thread.

Our play design is awful, and it hampers our offense even more when we can't even get the play call in without burning a timeout. Then you add our issues along the OL. It's surprising our offense has been able to function much at all.

This is what happened last year, people said Stewart stopped being effective, but it was clear we were not calling plays to our own players advantages. No RB is going to be able to get much room to work with under these circumstances.

You could see Stewart getting frustrated last Sunday, literally no where for him to run.

Stewart has to EARN every single yard he gets 

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5 minutes ago, TheRed said:

Exactly what I said in the CMC panic thread.

Our play design is awful, and it hampers our offense even more when we can't even get the play call in without burning a timeout. Then you add our issues along the OL. It's surprising our offense has been able to function much at all.

This is what happened last year, people said Stewart stopped being effective, but it was clear we were not calling plays to our own players advantages. No RB is going to be able to get much room to work with under these circumstances.

Why point out that you don't have a clue. Now ask me has Stewart scored a TD on the ground or the air?  Did you see the pass to Stewart he dropped over the middle against Buffalo? And did you see how we ran CMC between the tackles several times in 2 games?

Well if you did then you would stop making stupid threads saying we are too predictable and only use players one way or the other. Because if that is what you think you clearly have an agenda or don't know what you are talking about.

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6 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

You could see Stewart getting frustrated last Sunday, literally no where for him to run.

Stewart has to EARN every single yard he gets 

So how is the OLine problems playcalling? Was he frustrated when he missed the wide open pass over the middle where he had nothing

 but green grass ahead of him.

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1 minute ago, panthers55 said:

So how is the OLine problems playcalling? Was he frustrated when he missed the wide open pass over the middle where he had nothing

 but green grass ahead of him.

Well for starters Shula as shown above with percentages is predictable as f*ck then add in the fact our run blocking blows and you get one pissed off Stewart.

It's a combination of the two. 

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Our running backs YPC have been horrible for years. This would be a main reason. Take away cams runs and our run game is average.

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I'd love to see a breakdown of yards per play in shotgun vs. under center. Under center has to be atrocious.

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Just now, *FreeFua* said:

Well for starters Shula as shown above with percentages is predictable as f*ck then add in the fact our run blocking blows and you get one pissed off Stewart.

It's a combination of the two. 

Actually those percentages are skewed as hell as well. Exactly how many plays are we under center? 10 maybe. And are they typically when we are third and short? At the goal line? How many are we lined up in a power I formation where we are going to run most all the time. And what about in the pistol formation with one back? Don't all teams pass most of the time. What about when we go empty backfield, I bet we pass 100% of the time. Just because it may be a run or pass doesn't mean it is predictable or uncreative.  And even if you know what is happening, stopping it is something else. 

Once again another post by someone who has little clue what they are watching.

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