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Football Gameplan's 2012 NFL Team Preview - Panthers

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"Cam newton proved everybody wrong, except football gameplan, obviously." That made me lol.

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"Cam newton proved everybody wrong, except football gameplan, obviously." That made me lol.

Hey... I gotta keep everybody aware of my Awesomeness :)

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i'm still disagreeing with you about beason being better suited for weakside, but other than that it was right on target.

not sure about finishing behind the Saints*, though.

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Not bad at all. A little overly optimistic about certain things - like Sherrod Martin, sorry but the guy just isn't very good. Beason will probably stay at middle, but we'll probably see alot of 2 LB sets just using Beast and Keuchly considering they both cover so much ground and are strong in coverage.

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Hey... I gotta keep everybody aware of my Awesomeness :)

I agree. Overall I was thoroughly impressed with your in-depth analysis of the Panthers. I have to agree the big question on the offense is definitely the wideout/Tight end role, mainly the second in the depth chart.

The Defensive line is also a big question mark, but I remain optimistic. I'm expecting bigger things from all of them this year since they will have a regular off season unlike last year. Especially the then, rookies, now 2 year guys. With Edwards coming back that interior line may actually be decent.

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Sweet review chap!

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I think a lot of people instantly dismissing the fact that the Panthers won 6 games last year in spite of horrific special teams and defensive injuries. You guys realistically should've beaten the Vikes, Bears, Saints* (once), Falcons (once), Packers AND Cardinals.. that was a potentially a playoff team right there in Charlotte

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I think a lot of people instantly dismissing the fact that the Panthers won 6 games last year in spite of horrific special teams and defensive injuries. You guys realistically should've beaten the Vikes, Bears, Saints** (once), Falcons (once), Packers AND Cardinals.. that was a potentially a playoff team right there in Charlotte

Not only this, but I think if we got into the playoffs as hot as we were, and if we were able to get a couple guys back, we would've won a game or two.

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Not only this, but I think if we got into the playoffs as hot as we were, and if we were able to get a couple guys back, we would've won a game or two.

The last game of the year was the worst loss of the season.

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The last game of the year was the worst loss of the season.

Your point?

2008 Arizona Cardinals had lost to the Patriots something like 48-7. Then ended up in the superbowl losing on a last second TD with an 8-8 record.

Your next argument against your team please?

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Our secondary is garbage outside of Gamble, though Norman is showing promise he is unproven. Godfrey is meh to be honest, not as good as advertised. Sherrod Martin is awful. Brandon LaFell is a legit #2. Beason is not better suited for weakside he is a MLB, Kuechly is going to be playing weakside. Other than those things I hear what you're saying. Only time will tell where we stand in the division, though I believe the Panthers can finally knock the Saints********** off their pedestal.

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