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The Matt Moore Lame Duck Offense

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d34    0

constructive criticism doesn't hurt anybody, if it makes a person or player do better I am all for it. Last season and anytime matt started for the panthers, before he takes the first snap I used to refer to him as the "lame duck offense". It just seemed very different, we had a turnover machine in number 17, but he moved the ball either for the good or bad......it did things like score points for us or the other guys. I rewatched the patriots game from last year, vikings game again, and specifically looking for this problem, i found it often. 3 and out, incomplete, incomplete, long play, incomplete, incomplete, decent play. Should i be content with this. Is this okay in the long run? Are we satisfied with a game manager, or do we want a high-risk high reward? Am i missing something or would we qualify this as the lack of practice with the first team.

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E CaT PanTHer    114

Work on your grammar & use of word. Perhaps I'll answer later once I understand you well enough

Maybe you should check your grammar before you decide to call out someone else.

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Swan    278

Maybe you should check your grammar before you decide to call out someone else.

Haha, nice :D

When MM took over at the end of last year, I thought Moore looked consistent. Could be just me?

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CAVSS    31

We suck

I don't suppose it's very business savvy to require a basic IQ test to join the huddle; it would be nice though.

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Frizzy350    1,120

Don't forget Otah.

Btw, Moore converts WAYYYYY more 3rd downs then Jake ever did. he sustains drives, which lets our running game get into a rhythm, gives us clock control, and keeps our defense fresh. ill take that over gunslingin turnover machines.

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