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#1 trucpfan

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 03:11 PM

two runs when we are trying to move the ball Im sorry WE HAVE TO FIRE THE OC tommorow morning this one hurt

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 03:19 PM

two runs when we are trying to move the ball Im sorry WE HAVE TO FIRE THE OC tommorow morning this one hurt


No doubt. Watching the Panthers is agonizing. There is absolutely zero creativity or anything done to remotely make a difference. This is all on Fox. He continues to stick to this utra vanilla conservative keep it close crap. I kept hearing all game how the Saints secondary is all out and injured - yet how many deep balls did the Panthers throw?? = Zero. How many screen plays attempted = 1. It worked so lets not do that anymore. How about some short passes on 1st down for a change to mix it up?? Arrrggggggggghhhhh.... I think the Panther were lucky to even be in this one, they are just SO agonzing to watch.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 03:29 PM

They didn't even go to a 2 min offense.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 03:36 PM

2nd and 8 with a couple yards to go for FG range is a perfect place to run it. Deangelo gambled and lost, there's nothing more to it.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 03:44 PM

It's not just the play calling, but the play design. Fox must not like to design creative plays because it takes too much effort to coach.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 03:53 PM

It's not just the play calling, but the play design. Fox must not like to design creative plays because it takes too much effort to coach.



I'm starting to believe this we WENT AWAY FROM THINGS THAT WORKED SCREENS.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:02 PM

We have a rookie QB, our best receiver is out, our best pass catching running back got hurt. And our offensive line wasn't pass blocking very well. As Zod said, Williams gambled and went outside. If it succeeds, we are probably in easy fg range. It didn't, so we got stuck in an obvious passing down and our offensive line failed.

Criticism of the game plan, while probably offbase, is valid. Criticism of the execution by the offense is valid. Criticism of the playcalling on that last series of plays is ridiculous.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:03 PM

I'm starting to believe this we WENT AWAY FROM THINGS THAT WORKED SCREENS.


Screens to Goodson worked. Goodson was hurt. Thats why no screens on the last series.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:04 PM

yes the playcalling was very OFFENSIVE! it offended the hell out of me!

#10 trucpfan

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:04 PM

2nd and 8 with a couple yards to go for FG range is a perfect place to run it. Deangelo gambled and lost, there's nothing more to it.


Your slipping if you think that put it all in perspective they have a battered secondary we need more than just a few yards on top of that. Yeah we could have gained a few and tried a 50 -48 yard field goal but why the hell do we have to be right on the brink of field goal range lets stop this conservative bullshit and get twenty yards which in turn gives us a easy game winner. The possesion prior to them scoring we ran two times in a row trying to eat up clock come on piss poor play calling, just tell me how many reverses we ran because if you cant throw to smitty usually you want to at least get it in his hands some way possible. One screen good yardage NEVER AGAIN Davidson scratches that off like yeah it worked so were good lets go with the plays that arent working untill they work. Hey I usually dont EVER say this but lets get top five pick and see what the future holds, oh yeah play fuging Armanti we invested to much not to give the kid game experience. Go panthers looking for a way NOT TO BEAT OURSELVES..

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:05 PM

What the fug is up with bringing one of our WR's into the line, which causes the defense to bring another defender in the box.... Eat a dick Davidson

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:15 PM

We have a rookie QB, our best receiver is out, our best pass catching running back got hurt. And our offensive line wasn't pass blocking very well. As Zod said, Williams gambled and went outside. If it succeeds, we are probably in easy fg range. It didn't, so we got stuck in an obvious passing down and our offensive line failed.

Criticism of the game plan, while probably offbase, is valid. Criticism of the execution by the offense is valid. Criticism of the playcalling on that last series of plays is ridiculous.


What you are making my point for me ITS CALLED DECEPTION. Since we only run screens to our best pass catching run back lets try it to Dwill his ass can catch just fine please believe me Ive seen him from Memphis up untill today. Our best reciever barely touches the ball when he is in so whoa nelly he's out o fuging k we have other PROFESSIONALS who get paid mightly to do their job. Rookie this blah blah fuging exscuses and I dont want to hear that poo from no one, last year A ROOKIE qb Matt Staff lead his team down the field throwing to rookie tight end a few scrub recievers and a second year stud reciever to win the game included in that was a two point conversion so kill the damn exscuses for why we dont run better plays there is no exscuse.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:18 PM

We have a rookie QB, our best receiver is out, our best pass catching running back got hurt. And our offensive line wasn't pass blocking very well. As Zod said, Williams gambled and went outside. If it succeeds, we are probably in easy fg range. It didn't, so we got stuck in an obvious passing down and our offensive line failed.

Criticism of the game plan, while probably offbase, is valid. Criticism of the execution by the offense is valid. Criticism of the playcalling on that last series of plays is ridiculous.


Is that you John Fox?? First I think the Panthers were lucky to even be in the game today. That being sad the overall loss is WHY I have been and am SOO done with Fox. He has NONE, ZERO, killer instinct, creativity or inability to mix anything up. This fan base has been giving him excuses far to long. Now its the post I quoted up top. That is b.s. You mean on that last drive or any other drive for that matter you cant show the run and do a quick pass out to the flat, screen, or something?? No instead its play for a 50yrd field goal. Yeah D'Will should have just gone up the middle but the play calling sucked again ALL game. How about the fact I heard all game how the Saints secondary were all out and hurt. Yet there were ZERO deep balls thrown all game. The team is 0-3, on the road, getting breaks all game and Fox just does the same sh*t all day. Keep it close, keep it close, and lets just try to keep getting lucky one more time and win it in the end. My beef is the play calling and the offense all game. No more excuses. This Panther team is so agonizing to watch and the current coaching staff has much more of the blame than the fact a rookie QB is playing and their best WR got hurt.

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:20 PM

we did botch our game plan in the two minute drill......then again who really thought we were going to be in the game at that point

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 04:21 PM

What you are making my point for me ITS CALLED DECEPTION. Since we only run screens to our best pass catching run back lets try it to Dwill his ass can catch just fine please believe me Ive seen him from Memphis up untill today. Our best reciever barely touches the ball when he is in so whoa nelly he's out o f**king k we have other PROFESSIONALS who get paid mightly to do their job. Rookie this blah blah f**king exscuses and I dont want to hear that poo from no one, last year A ROOKIE qb Matt Staff lead his team down the field throwing to rookie tight end a few scrub recievers and a second year stud reciever to win the game included in that was a two point conversion so kill the damn exscuses for why we dont run better plays there is no exscuse.



If you don't want to read it, perhaps you should not be reading message boards. He's rookie, that affects playcalling and its been that way for as long as the NFL has existed.


The correct plays were called in the last series of downs. They were not well executed. That can be blamed on the coaches, but 90% of the coaches in the league.

BTW, Stafford had more int's than td's last year, so not sure why you are using him as an example. That just proves my point that coaches should not take risk with rookie QB's when they don't need to.


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