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Soft zone in last minute

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breaking news: 51 yard fgs are more successful than hail mary's

exactly

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It's worked so well in the other 5 games we've lost, thus far, why wouldn't you stick with such a PROVEN strategy?

A Pee-Wee coach would grasp this---hell, it's basic math----if you give a team 10 yards 8 times---they can kick the game winning field goal with no time remaining!

Pure idiocy. Like watching Groundhog Day without the humor.

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Anyone else notice Luke Kuechly's frustration with Norman playing too soft

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I been saying for the last half hour. Why did we play 3 quarters of aggressive D and in the 4th we played soft. It makes no sense what so ever. It should not happen. Ron is the HC of this team. He seen what was happening and yet did nothing to call a time out to adjust. But honestly why would you go away from what was working for you the whole game. I don't understand why coaches do this. Stick with what works until they stop you and then change it up. Ron and his whole staff deserves the boot after the season. Plain and simple.

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It wasn't just on the last drive. We played soft coverage the entire 4th quarter and let them just kill us with those quick slants.

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Honestly this really is sad. The only good pass pro defense we had last year was a 4 man rush, 2 LB, Nickel coverage. And that was with 3rd and sometimes 4th and 5th stringers. This year supposedly we have corners that can play tight man if not press, and a rookie LB that can cover the middle of the field and we still go to literally our LEAST SUCCESSFUL PACKAGE!!!!!!!!! WTF :angry: i.e.

soft zone with LB's playing 15 yards off the line of scrimmage.

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Glad they could remind me of what life was like in 2001.

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I really don't think the coaches are even watching the game... I heard they are pretty good at madden though, except for chud he prefers NCAA 13.

Guy goes 5/5, but let him try a 51 yard field goal no f###ing way. Fire all the coaches now, I think the players could coach themselves to more wins than this staff.

FRR

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The Panthers should have won this game. They played aggressive defensive until the fourth quarter melt down, then chocked and started playing that cursed prevent defense. I am so frigging mad that i can't express n\my feeling. What a crock of bullshit,turning an almost sure win into another loss.

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What I've learned from this game, well not really this game, but even if Cam would've scored on that 4th down play against Seattle, I'm 100% sure Seattle would've drove right down the field for the win.

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The Panthers should have won this game. They played aggressive defensive until the fourth quarter melt down, then chocked and started playing that cursed prevent defense. I am so frigging mad that i can't express n\my feeling. What a crock of bullshit,turning an almost sure win into another loss.

been Panther football for season's now and it sure does make it VERY difficult to be a Panther fan. The worse part about it is no matter what your always watching the game just waiting for it to happen, and for sure it always does.

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I wish I was a reporter at the press conference so I could ask that fuging idiot what he was doing allowing those slants like that.

My guess "It's all part of the plan"

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