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if everything works out fine and we can get our Offense moving....

CMC will have almost 1,000 yards receiving

and

500 Rushing...

ROTY stats right there....

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9 minutes ago, Devil Doc said:

if everything works out fine and we can get our Offense moving....

CMC will have almost 1,000 yards receiving

and

500 Rushing...

ROTY stats right there....

Provided Shula continues to run him outside the tackles.... 

 

That isn't a given. 

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Just now, Jeremy Igo said:

Provided Shula continues to run him outside the tackles.... 

 

That isn't a given. 

Very True... its all on Dumbass Shula..

 

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CMC won't get rookie of the year stats over Kareem Hunt and Fournette because of the headstart. 

It would have been a moot point if Deshaun Watson didn't get hurt. 

 

Just be happy we got some success and that we continue to improve towards the playoff.  The fact that he is a weapon is undeniable.  

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Oh I know that he wont get it, but I will sure hype his name up for Panthers purposes. 

I swear he juked out 2 LB's yesterday on that run up the middle. 

 

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Seems like Kareem has slowed down a little bit. Getting Olsen and Byrd back will open things up even more for our offense. Now with Watson out of the picture, it's wide open for CMC to challenge Hunt and Fournette down the stretch.

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He doesn't have to win Rookie of the Year (and he won't) to not be a bust. Kareem Hunt is leading the league in rushing; he might win it unanimously even with Fournette looking very good as well.

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1 minute ago, Jeremy Igo said:

Provided Shula continues to run him outside the tackles.... 

 

That isn't a given. 

I think like yesterday if you move more to a spread attack and force defenders to cover the deep bay he can run both. Samuel and Funchess made ATL commit more to coverage and that loosened the run game. 

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1 minute ago, Nate Dogg said:

Seems like Kareem has slowed down a little bit. Getting Olsen and Byrd back will open things up even more for our offense. With Now with Watson out of the picture, it's wide open for CMC to challenge Hunt and Fournette down the stretch.

Don't forget A. Kamara on that list. It causes great discomfort naming a player from Aints and is nauseating..

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8 minutes ago, Jeremy Igo said:

Provided Shula continues to run him outside the tackles.... 

 

That isn't a given. 

haha. Immediate goes from praise CMC to s*** on Shula. Exhausting.

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If he continues to grow in this offense.  I think he would really need a couple of spectacular plays to give him some media coverage.  I would like to see him break a 70-75 yd run off.  That will impress the crowd.

OROY would be an impressive award if he surpassed Hunt and Fournette.

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Just now, Snake said:

I think like yesterday if you move more to a spread attack and force defenders to cover the deep bay he can run both. Samuel and Funchess made ATL commit more to coverage and that loosened the run game. 

Bingo... which makes me think that the Panthers are the one that shut the banner down.... so Shula had a "Prove It" game

 

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