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Welp.... What are the chances we win a playoff game?

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50/50 like any other football game. Some of y'all forget its any given Sunday. You really think these boys aren't going to come to play on Sunday? They will be, lets see what happens. 

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If the Panthers bring their A game...........and Saints bring their F game...............we have a 30% chance of winning..........its that bad.

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I think we go to New Orleans Sunday and win big. Regardless of how bad we looked against the Falcons last Sunday. I really think we have enough veteran leadership to get it done. Hopefully they were embarrassed from last week and WILL NOT accept defeat going forward. Expect an absolute slobber knocker of a football game. 

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Go back and watch the last Panthers Saints game. Brees had multiple targets available to throw to on every pass play, and any one of those targets had a huge mismatch to exploit. Brees was literally trying to decide not who was open, but who would do the most damage on that play. When you see that you know it's no contest. It's not competitive. We have to force fumbles to make the game competitive, or Cam has to play A+ the entire game.

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53 minutes ago, pantherj said:

Cam has to play A+ the entire game.

Cam has to play lights out to just for the Panthers to keep up with what the Saints offense is capable of doing.  Our D has to get at least a couple of turnovers along the way as well.

Not impossible by any means, but don't count on Ron and his coaching staff to provide any edge, their poor game plan preparation is a constant millstone around the players necks.

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I have a good feeling about this game. 

 

 

Other than that, the Panthers have never lost in the wildcard round & the Saints have beaten us 3 of the last 4 meetings.

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18 hours ago, pantherj said:

We really don't have the right personnel to deal with the Saints the way Wilks wants. One thing about Luke is that he sucks at blitzing, and Wilks wants to blitz with the MLB. Even a little RB can own Luke when he's trying to blitz. Just not good. It's worse that TD is slow and weak now so you can forget about his once awesome blitzing ability.

Coleman is terrible in coverage, and against taller faster players he's a major liability in tackling. He also has weak legs that prevent him from jumping more than an inch in the air. Spooky bad. Like who can't jump in the air?

Did RR know that Wilks was going to blitz with Captain this much? Holy smokes. If we're going to do that then why didn't we draft a more talented CB? Captain is near the end of his career. Stop blitzing him. It's hard to watch.

Does anyone else think our LBs are making more mistakes than usual with run gaps ect? The Saints especially make Luke and the rest of our LBs look awful.

I'm not looking forward to this Saints game at all. We go down early and it's over.

So what has to happen? Honestly I wouldn't blitz much because we don't have the right personnel for it. Next draft we can pick up the players for what Wilks wants to do, but for now back off. It's not going to work on the Saints. How can we stop the Saints playing more coverage and backing off. It would seem they'd just pick us apart. They will, but the key to our outdated grandpa zone is what happens after the catch. In the old days you just rammed the receiver in the head and he dropped the ball and suffered brain damage. You can't do that anymore, but we still have to force turnovers after the catch. Superior athletes going against lesser athletes tend to become arrogant and focus on racking up YAC. That's where a poop athlete like Adams and our other DBs have a mental advantage. Each and everyone one of our DBs needs to be focused on causing a fumble after the catch. The peanut punch needs to be in full effect. We've got to punch the ball out, or pry it loose any way possible. Adams had this in mind here and it worked:

 

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On 1/1/2018 at 9:50 PM, PleaseCutStewart said:

I think the Browns would take offense to this reply. The offense looked like the London Silly Nannies.

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I would take the browns WR core over ours

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You guys are not giving the Panthers enough credit. If we can just contain Karmara and prevent the short pass, we be aight. What needs to happen is if we get the lead... to keep the lead... and not back down, dont let the foot off the gas... just keep going. 

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22 hours ago, pantherj said:

Go back and watch the last Panthers Saints game. Brees had multiple targets available to throw to on every pass play, and any one of those targets had a huge mismatch to exploit. Brees was literally trying to decide not who was open, but who would do the most damage on that play. When you see that you know it's no contest. It's not competitive. We have to force fumbles to make the game competitive, or Cam has to play A+ the entire game.

Hopefully we use CAP and not Shaq to cover WRs this time. 

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1 hour ago, Devil Doc said:

You guys are not giving the Panthers enough credit. If we can just contain Karmara and prevent the short pass, we be aight. What needs to happen is if we get the lead... to keep the lead... and not back down, dont let the foot off the gas... just keep going. 

We don't really deserve much credit. We have limped into the playoffs and are probably playing the best team in the playoffs. 

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