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pilot2011    164

ok can we all say that Jonathan Stewart might be the Panthers mvp after 3 games? He is undoubtedly what makes this offense churn. I'm glad we locked him up long term and equally disappointed at those who said we should trade him and let Tolbert be the new Stew.

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megadeth078    892

I'm glad we re-signed him. The offense seems to have more confidence rolling with Stewart. I don't think Stewart can work with Thursday night games though. He's always injured throughout the week, but always plays on Sunday.

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ickmule    1,212

Not really useless the coaches don't know how to use him properly

This. My fear is they won't figure it out with Tolbert.

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Ivan The Awesome    7,033

Regardless of Stew being in the line up or not. This team should have a gameplan involving him or not. If he's not in the game, guess what? Gameplan for this situation and adapt to it. DeAgelo and Tolbert are both good backs. The Running game shouldn't be a problem.

I believe we're trying to be too cute and flashy with this option read. Chud needs to be more creative and trust his backs.

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usmcpanthers    1,706

With stew out we lose, with him in we win...that is so retarded its just a conquinesdense ( misspelled so what). Stew is my fav running back on the team and Im estatic we kept him. Chud just puzzles me, I dont understand why we have been so horrible without stew playing.

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With all the money we have spent on other backs, that is really disturbing if true. But i'm not sure if I buy it- the game he played was against a defense potentially even more pathetic than our own. We really did not look very good against them when you take that into account.

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CRA    12,190

With all the money we have spent on other backs, that is really disturbing if true. But i'm not sure if I buy it- the game he played was against a defense potentially even more pathetic than our own. We really did not look very good against them when you take that into account.

It isn't like NY shut out run games out prior to us....Murray went for 130+. A rookie went for 60 and at least a TD with it.

Stewart makes a D in this offense play different . Offense is what it is.

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USCGuardsman    85

I was just thinking this same thing and actually logged on today to see if others thought so. I feel the game plan is much different taking Stew into account as opposed to when it is just DWill. Chud should look at that and when Stew is not available, let Tolbert take the role of Stew and stick to what works. DWill is a great back, but sucks at the Option read. Stew and DWill together = Traditional run/pass out of the backfield = production. I truely believe Stew makes a huge difference in play call and the opponents defensive strategy. We'll see next week in ATL, provided Stew is healthy......

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Matthias    1,217

We should make J-Stew the face of the franchise. :D Yet, this myth that Stew has such a command on our offense is starting to bother me. I'm not saying he isn't impactful, that would be a completely stupid thing to say, yet come on. All this says is we need to get rid of this crappy option run play as our main run offense.

Yall forget that the Saints are a reeling defensive team. We think that J-Stew made all the difference last week when we played the Saints, but in actuality it was the Saints defense that made the difference. With all that said, Jonathan is definitely our best RB. I just hope his skills don't prolong this awful run offense we got right now. The sooner we get rid of that, the better.

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