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1st and Goal What Do You Do?

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Ok this is just a hypothetical question. But would you feel more comfortable with Cam trying to run it in 3 times, jstew or tolbert trying to run it in 3 times, or pass 3 times. I got to admit, I would feel better and feel like we had a better chance to score if Cam was running it. Thoughts?

Cam

Then Stewart

Then Tolbert

Then Williams

Then passing

Chud however doesn't.....

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Cam seems to fumble a lot suddenly. I say put Hartsock in at FB and let Tolbert run it in behind him

Fumble Sunday was really just a great defensive play.....those happen. Perfectly placed helmet hit from a defender Cam wasn't prepped for.

The Atl one.....that was just horrible.

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Hard to run with the middle of our Oline as it is

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Fumble Sunday was really just a great defensive play.....those happen. Perfectly placed helmet hit from a defender Cam wasn't prepped for.

The Atl one.....that was just horrible.

It was actually the defenders right shoulder... But who's keeping track right?

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1st and goal you say? Punt into the crowd of course... Wouldn't want Devin Hester close to returning anything at all

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First and goal from where? The 1 yard line? The 9 yard line? The guys upstairs with the headphones who have been prepping all week and watching the opposing defense's tendencies might just have a say...

Are you facing the Bears or the Bills???

If you are strictly playing to your strengths from any distance more than 2 yards you pass on 1st down...but Newton really struggles in the passing game with a compacted field...if you are the Panthers, you want to stay out of obvious passing situations as much as possible...but you can't always do it.

There was a beautiful call by Chudzinski Sunday on the final Panther drive. 3rd and 1. Fake to Tolbert left...the entire Bear defense sells out...naked bootleg to the right by Newton for 16 yards and a first down. Chud makes that call not because he necessarily has preconceived notions about what MUST work...but because he has been watching the Bear defense and calls what he believes MIGHT work given the Bear's tendencies.

No matter what you call as a coach, if it doesn't work, a certain percentage of fans will call you a fool. And good calls don't always work.

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Cam throwing a damn "FADE" to a damn 6'3" receiver in Brandon Lafail!

Im sick to death that the damn coaches have not develop Cam throwing fades and slants!

Delhomme used to kill the "fade" every weekend to a 5'8" receiver in Steve Smith, and I cant understand why Cam cant throw a damn fade to Lafail at the endzone.

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