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#31 KARASMATIC444

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:45 PM

Yeah I know I'm just saying if he wants to start he needs to get back soon...In the NFL you shouldn't hurt your hamstring..you should be well stretched


Read that again and see if you wouldn't pick on yourself for that one.

#32 beastson52

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:48 PM

I wouldn't worry about Murphy too much... yet. Lafell has been the same in all training caps since being drafted. Now if he consistently does this in preseason and games, then thats going to be a problem and a wasted trade :angry: !

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:56 PM

I wouldn't worry about Murphy too much... yet. Lafell has been the same in all training caps since being drafted. Now if he consistently does this in preseason and games, then thats going to be a problem and a wasted trade :angry: !

Dude calm down. It ain't like we trade a 2nd rounder for Murphy or something. I don't consider a 7th round pick a hugh waste of a trade for Murphy. Chill out!! :)

#34 MadHatter

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:58 PM

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DeAngelo, Tolbert and Stewart all lined up in backfield. With Cam, that gives opposing defenses a lot to worry about.


Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.


#35 iamhubby1

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:59 PM

I do not want to worry, but you play like you practice. For the most part. The dropsies can become bothersome in a heartbeat for guys fighting for a position. If the coach cannot trust you... good luck.

That said, Murphy is new, and he seems to catch everything from DA and the jimmyz. Just maybe, he is trying too hard for Cam? He is outside his comfort zone, or some such idiotic thing.

Ah hellz, I say get it together if you want to see the field.

#36 Mage

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:01 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.


We'll probably only run that formation in short yardage situations and on goal line.

But I'd love for a team to leave Smith on an island in man and you could still send Tolbert, Stew to the flats.

#37 Pantherman

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:03 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.

How do you see that. Having 5 lineman and Cam,D will, Stewart, and Tolbert. Plus Smith at WR. Still leaves one spot open for a TE or WR on the other side. I think having all 4 guys on the field at the same time would be great. Still have Smith in as well along with another TE or WR. We be nice to see other teams try to figure out how to stop all of the guys at once. Chose your posion.

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:05 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.


5 O-linemen,3 backs and Cam = 9. Leaves room for a WR and a TE or 2 WRs. If the D stacks the box they still don't know who'll get the ball or if its the option. It could be a screen and also leaves the WR one on one.

#39 mj4life

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:08 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.

you would still have a te in the game since the extra back is replacing a wr. not sure i would want to see this alot but this formation might give alot of teams fits. it gives you the option to run some power formations with the ability to still hurt teams in the passing game

#40 The Special One

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:09 PM

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Nakamura working with first-team defense alongside Godfrey for third day in a row.

Looks like Nakamura has locked in that FS spot. Poor poor Martin.


Don't be surprised if we trade Sherrod Martin. We have good depth at safety, w/7 on our current roster and Sherrod is a FA after this year. We could get good value for him, certainly more than a 7th rounder.

#41 iamhubby1

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:09 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.


Part of me says to let it go, but this part of me has to say it. 3 RBs would still leave room for Smitty and Olsen.

That formation leaves open the posibility of lots of motion and misdirection. I can see where you could see teams stacking the box. But you did forget about Smitty and Olsen. Those two demand attention, which would open things up for others.

I would think the reasoning behind the formation is hoping you will stack the box. It almost guarantees single coverage across the board. Chud is just waiting on you to over react to the run.

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:10 PM

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No pads for Panthers practice but they are getting a lot of good work done this afternoon. Newton is special!

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:20 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.

Triple option

#44 YoungPanthers89

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:22 PM


@sdanner52

Charlie Casserly said on NFL network,Panther training camp,"get ready for the triple option,and I'm not kidding".


#45 KillerKat

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:22 PM

Would not really like that formation. A lot of rushing weapons in the backfield but would only have one WR and no TE in the game. Allows the defense to stack the box against the run.

lol

Yet another great post from Coach Hatter.


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