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Panthers articles from around the web today

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Charles Johnson ranked # 18 on Yasinkas' top 25 NFC South players for 2012 http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth

National Football post breaks down Deangelo Williams Long TD run vs Saints*.
http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Playbook-Panthers-counter-option-5403.html

Thomas Davis thankful for 3rd comeback opportunity.
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/06/27/thomas-davis-appreciates-the-panthers-patience/

None of these deserved their own thread IMO, but at least it's some panther reading material for the morning.
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An article that contains negative statements about the play of both Jenkins and Harper deserves to be read!

Plus rewatching that run is just kinda fun.

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wow. watching that clip of D-Will got me entirely too excited for football season

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I'm excited about any Panther news...

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the run option will never work in the NFL. players are just to fast.

blurb blurb blurb.

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Good article about the Panther option attack and why it works. The counter option is particularly effective because it starts the action one way and then sends it the other way on a misdirection play. Both Stewart and Williams are quick to the outside and with our usual good blocking TEs and WRs, once we reach the second level it is a foot race to the endzone. I expect we will see more of this type of misdirection particularly with over-pursuing defenses.

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This is the longest offseason ever. Any news is good news

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[quote name='CarolinaKat' timestamp='1340826590' post='1813341']
This is the longest offseason ever. Any news is good news
[/quote]ummm...last year?

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[quote name='rayzor' timestamp='1340827383' post='1813355']
ummm...last year?
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Umm no
To many questions last year. This year I know what my team can do so I'm even more excited to see them.

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last year was more miserable because of the lockout and the constant "news updates" and being so anxious to get the bad taste of the 2010 season out of our mouths and the uncertainty of this new team along with all the pissing about cam both pre and post draft.

that offseason too forever.

this one....i'm excited, but i was more anxious to get that one over with.

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I can't Look at taints defensive players without assuming those guys are pissed that they didn't get in he cheap shot on someone. I despise them and the corrupt poo hole of a city they represent.

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[quote][b]Why he’s No. 18 in 2012:[/b][color=#333333][font=verdana, helvetica, arial, sans-serif][size=3] Johnson will turn 26 in July. He’s still young and there is plenty of room for him to grow as a pass-rusher. With a healthy [/size][/font][/color][url="http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/2624/ron-edwards"]Ron Edwards[/url][color=#333333][font=verdana, helvetica, arial, sans-serif][size=3] at defensive tackle, I think Johnson could see fewer blockers. [b]Carolina trailed a lot of the time last season, [/b]so Johnson didn’t have a huge amount of opportunities for sacks. I think Carolina’s overall defense should be better and the offense can get this team some leads. That could force other teams to pass more often. That’s why I have little doubt Johnson will get back to producing double-digit sacks.[/size][/font][/color][/quote]

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