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Mike Tolbert

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Deangelo Williams-$42 mill contract-167 rushing yds, 2 TDs, 4.0 YPC

Jonathan Stewart-$38 mill contract-91 rushing yds, 0 TD, 4.3 YPC

Cam Newton-$22 mill comtract-167 rushing yds, 3 rush TDs, 5.1 YPC

Tell me again why Hurney still has job?

Hurney was instructed by the big cat to pay the "core" you cannot fault him for that. Big Cat promised D-will, Kalil, CJ and Beason that he would make sure they were taken care of and they were.

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Tolbert is a FB, his main role in our offense is blocking, short passes, and short yardage.

Tolbert is a RB with a FB title.....that is what he got. He hasn't been lead blocking for RBs much the past few years not sure why so many thought we got a new Hoover and were going to ground and pound

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As much as I hate to admit it, I kind of wish we would play foxball. This team is absolutely built for it and we would destroy teams with our ground attack if they would just utilize it right.

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We dont have the Defense to play "foxball".

carolina doesn't have the defense to play any ball.

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carolina doesn't have the defense to play any ball.

Green bay allowed the Saints to score 27 points. So did we.

Denver allowed Atlanta to score 27. We held them to 30.(Should have been 27)

So there are two teams with d-fenses that are widley considered better than ours and yet the results are almost identical.

So this says one of two things, either the Packers and Broncos D isnt as good as people would think or the Panthers D is better than people would think.

Here is one more just for fun.

We allowed the Bucs to score 16 points at home, the next week they flew to Ny and put up 34 points againts the defending superbowl champs.

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Im very dissapointed with how we are usuing Tolbert. I envinsoned using him like marshall faulk or brian westbrook with passing out of the back field and screens. Then using him at the goaline and short yardage situations so we didin have to put the pressure on Cam.

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Green bay allowed the Saints to score 27 points. So did we.

Denver allowed Atlanta to score 27. We held them to 30.(Should have been 27)

So there are two teams with d-fenses that are widley considered better than ours and yet the results are almost identical.

So this says one of two things, either the Packers and Broncos D isnt as good as people would think or the Panthers D is better than people would think.

Here is one more just for fun.

We allowed the Bucs to score 16 points at home, the next week they flew to Ny and put up 34 points againts the defending superbowl champs.

If you look at the games played in 2012....our defense has held teams to field goals in the red zone many times....the biggest issue's on defense are the DBs who bend WAY too much and typically do break.

The biggest issue is Hurney's throw away and rookie players filling at starting positions...then there is Rivera. He doesn't know how to win or close out games....period.

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As much as I hate to admit it, I kind of wish we would play foxball. This team is absolutely built for it and we would destroy teams with our ground attack if they would just utilize it right.

I would like that as well, but I don't think that our o-line can create runnings lanes all game for Foxball. You remember when all of our QB's were injured and we ran the ball the entire game...

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Throw him a screen and let him run over Pete Carroll....

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I would like that as well, but I don't think that our o-line can create runnings lanes all game for Foxball. You remember when all of our QB's were injured and we ran the ball the entire game...

This team can't seem to get over the hump.

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This team can't seem to get over the hump. It seems that way.

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