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Keys to victory over the Cowboys

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Being so unhappy you get upset at those that are happy? OK.

Being so unhappy you have to rant and rave, and act like a little kid. OK

Being unhappy is cool. Just don't expect everyone to follow your example.

I, and a few others, feel great about where we are headed. The future is coming. Brace yourself. Get your blanky. And hang on for dear life. Cuz it is going to get crazyfun up in here.

Wow! Completely delusional. Do you live in fantasy land all the time or just on this forum?

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Being so unhappy you get upset at those that are happy? OK.

Being so unhappy you have to rant and rave, and act like a little kid. OK

Being unhappy is cool. Just don't expect everyone to follow your example.

I, and a few others, feel great about where we are headed. The future is coming. Brace yourself. Get your blanky. And hang on for dear life. Cuz it is going to get crazyfun up in here.

I want some of the drugs you are on. It must be fun having so little connection with reality.

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Oh look. Two unhappy campers. Whatever will I do?

Continue being happy over the direction I see this team going. All the while enjoying the games and, although I should not say this, your misery.

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Based on our past performances, the key will be making plays in clutch time. If the receiver is open, don't bounce it 5 feet in front of him. If the qb gets the ball to you, catch it. Hold on to the ball. When you are double covering the receiver, actually cover him and don't fall backwards.

Seems fairly simple, but.

Absolutely.

We can beat the Cowboys. Key #1 is showing up in the fourth quarter. That Atlanta loss, I think was mildly devastating, because we really had accomplished this and then we really hadn't. I was such a shock. The team psyche was damaged. The epic fail on the goal line vs Seattle was evidence that Cam was rattled by that fumble. He could have tucked it and run for the goal line, but he was afraid to and that's why he psyched himself out on that throw. He didn't trust his instincts.

Its all about Cam. If he has a good game, we can keep it close, but can we close them out?

Until we win a game like this to atone for that ATL loss, I'm afraid we will keep seeing the Ls add up.

Coaching could help. It wasn't Cam's fault that Chud was calling the stupidest game plan I have ever seen. It was exactly...EXACTLY...like the Bucs game. Why are we running a base college system!?!

Cam has the skills to run a Pro offense and we have the RBs. All of this failure is screwing with team confidence.

We can win, but coaching is holding us back..even when it looks like the win is sealed...it all comes unglued.

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I want some of the drugs you are on. It must be fun having so little connection with reality.

No.

Dont you people have lives outside of watching football?

I disagree with some of the coaching desicions and front office moves, but what the hell am I gonna do about it?

Get on the internet and b!tch and whine? No.

See some of us have lives,(real actual lives with responsibilities and stuff like that) and dont actually care enough to take it personally. We used to come to the huddle for news and disscussion on the Panthers.

Now we come to the forum (or at least I do) to bask in the glory that is internet ignorrance.

Go ahead keep crying and bitching and posting your butthurtness on the forum.

Me? I gotta go cut grass.

You know, "the whole real actual life thing."

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There is no key.

With Munnerlyn and Norman starting I give us about a 1% chance of winning.

Big picture, saftey play still concerns me MORE than what will be our starting CB play.

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I like Godfrey. As a Big10 guy I saw quite a bit of him. But, I have to admit that he is just too inconsistent. He may be our best S. But, I was hoping for more out of him by now. He has flashes of brilliance for sure. But it is that inconsistency that kills. And unfortunatley, for him and me, He seems to have hit his ceiling. Man... that hurts. I had high hopes for this guy.

Chud getting his head together. With better S play. And this team is competitive. Hell, get Chud's head on straight and we are competitie. Better S play will only insure it.

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Run the ball in the I formation with a TE or Tolbert leadin.

Try not to run where Ware is...protect the ball. Find the TE

Newton either get the ball quickly out of ur hands or run. Do not hesitate.

Finish blocks...finish tackles Just play like there is nothing to lose because it isn't....all sooth sayers predict a loss anyway

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