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Keys to Victory - Seahawks at Panthers


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What I would like to see is some pissed off Panther football, no more finesse play calling, no more prevent defense. Let’s see some smash them in the face old time football and if we lose at least they will know they were in a game. Another thing I would like to see is coach Rivera open up a little more, a little more fired up, not Rex Ryan type but somewhere in the middle.

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I'll ask again: who is the better QB? Cam or Rogers?

I'll check back later I gotta go lay out my Seahawks jersey for Sunday.

Be sure and grab your Romo jersey too...we play Dall-ass after the bye ;)

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This is a classic shoot yourself in the foot game for the Panthers. We have to make them play from behind but their strengths are our weaknesses and our coaches are too inept to gameplan to exploit their weaknesses, too stubborn to leave the gimmicks where they belong for even one game. Chud will continue to try to ram the read-option down their throats and I doubt it will work as well as Power I's would. This is a winnable game but the Panthers are blackbelts in the art of giving away "winnable" games.

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I'll ask again: who is the better QB? Cam or Rogers?

I'll check back later I gotta go lay out my Seahawks jersey for Sunday.

Rogers is ATM, but that wasn't what he was saying. He said the seaguls haven't faced a QB like Cam. And they haven't. Cam is much more mobile than any they've faced to date. On a side note Greenbay hasn't looked to be the same team as last year. There best game so far has been against the Saints.

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If Panthers come out as strong as Romney, IT'S A WIN !!!!!!

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If Panthers come out as strong as Romney, IT'S A WIN !!!!!!

GTFOH with that crap! This is a football forum! Put it in the right spot.

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Taking a closer look, their weakness appears to be stopping third down conversions, where they rank 24th in the league.

and we rank 22nd in 3rd down conversions

ugh, this isn't gonna be pretty

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So far this year we have lost to teams with a superior D line. Im worried. This is winnable but it will be on the Coaching staff to call the right plays. Hopefully our O-line continues to improve.

And dont forget they play a mobile QB every day in practice. I doubt we catch them completely unprepared for it.

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So far this year we have lost to teams with a superior D line. Im worried. This is winnable but it will be on the Coaching staff to call the right plays. Hopefully our O-line continues to improve.

And dont forget they play a mobile QB every day in practice. I doubt we catch them completely unprepared for it.

And this game should then finally shut the few up who dont think Stewart and his threat impact a teams overall defensive gameplan.

Gameplan for a D isn't to have their DL go all out and rush the QB with a fully healthy Car lineup.

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I dont fully understand that either. At least not if we were to use Tolbert in the same capacity that we use Stew. Not saying he is as capable of a runner but he is certainly tough between the tackles. He would still force them to respect our power running capabilities.

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Keys to victory?

Coaches- Grow a pair.

Players- Execute.

Simple as that.

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That same QB didn't convert a 4th &1 in the Bucs game

So when did our D suddenly gain your trust?

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