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Oh God! We couldn't tackle Turner now "Beast Mode".......

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tackling was bad, but part of turner's success was related to the ginormous gaping holes the offensive line opened up for him. to stop him the defensive line is going to have to play with exception gap discipline. and for gods sake seal off the edge. i can't count the number of times i've put my remote through the wall when the interior line gets pressure and everyone reads well and then all of a sudden the back is just skipping off tackle en route to a first down.

hardy is notably terrible at this so i expect to see alexander, who is marginally better, and applewhite if healthy (he played the run from that position pretty well last year iirc

this is a winnable game if we can play well offensively and get them throwing.

those ginormous gaping holes created by an OLine that had 6 and 7 OL on it for most of the game.

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JA and Kuechly are going to be very important in this game. Also, if Captain ends up on Tate a lot he better step up.

On the other side of things, this game is going to be a big test for LaFell and Murphy. I wouldn't mind seeing more WR screens, get the speedy guys in there, some i-form runs for f*ck's sake (I'm kidding myself here haha), some power running with Stewart, and getting Olsen involved early and a lot

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If he didn't have that absolutely retarded nickname and the media didn't make such a big deal about the stupid Skittles thing you wouldn't hear nearly as much about this guy as you do.

Guy was average (or worse) for most of last season before balling out on the back stretch of the season.

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do you think the panthers are first to realize that seattle has a rookie qb and crappy wide receivers? that they should stack the box to take away seattle's obvious strength?

point being, every other team has done the exact same thing and marshawn lynch has still run all over them.

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Jon Beason returns to form against Seattle. Atlanta game was as bad as it gets and I don't think he will ever play like that again.

I just don't think Pro Bowl linebackers forget to tackle over a course of an entire season. I'm a little more optimistic.

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I think Gamble can handle rice and I dont see Golden Tate beating Norman so just stack the box and pressure Russell

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This would be a good week to throw in a lot of 3-4 looks and just stack the box heavily. Leave Gamble on Rice and use Kuechly as a spy on Wilson; everyone else just play the run and make the Seahawks beat us with the pass.

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Seattle, when they do pass, is gonna roll Wilson out of the pocket a lot. Don't see the advantage in this game of sending lots of blitzers up the middle on passing downs.

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^ Send corner blitzes to contain Wilson, this will free up space for a linebacker to make the tackle.

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Lynch currently leads the NFL in rushing, he IS their offense.

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I don't care what they do, Marshawn Lynch is going to have a career day. He'll approach 200 yards and have at least 2 TDs, mark my words. If you have him on your fantasy team, START HIM WITH BELLS ON.

Michael Turner averaged 8 yards a carry against Carolina. EIGHT.

As always, the Panthers will need the offense to carry the team if they want to win. If Seattle controls the clock, this one won't even be close.

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Kuechly has to play alot more...and everyone needs to step up, don't know why fua was active over kearse, maybe theyre evaluating him so they can see what to do with neblett next week.

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