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Thorrez

Vick still out

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http://www.fannation.com/truth_and_rumors/view/351350-vick-out-again-foles-to-start?sct=nfl_t2_a5&eref=fromSI&eref=fromSI

Sorry if already posted.

Anyway, this is as close to a guaranteed win you can get in this league. Foles is so bad that even Clausen would be an upgrade. Look for our defense to score more than the offense :-)

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....Not only is this old news, but calling this a lock win...

Lets just hope we don't have to endure yet another embarrassment on monday night..

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....Not only is this old news, but calling this a lock win...

Lets just hope we don't have to endure yet another embarrassment on monday night..

We should probably win...but I have to question calling any game this team plays in a lock. Our capacity to give games away is staggering.

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....Not only is this old news, but calling this a lock win...

Lets just hope we don't have to endure yet another embarrassment on monday night..

It is old that he is hurt, not that he wont play (or at least SI thinks it is new enough to post it as a top news).

I take it you didn´t watch the Eagle-Cowboys game. Foles stares down receivers worse than a middle school QB and throws to the first option regardless of coverage. And the drop in rating from 80 to 40 last week when the opponent (Washinton) had some tape on him shows that they noticed too.

I still call it a lock.

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It is old that he is hurt, not that he wont play (or at least SI thinks it is new enough to post it as a top news).

I take it you didn´t watch the Eagle-Cowboys game. Foles stares down receivers worse than a middle school QB and throws to the first option regardless of coverage. And the drop in rating from 80 to 40 last week when the opponent (Washinton) had some tape on him shows that they noticed too.

I still call it a lock.

The Panthers have a history of making scrub QBs look really good. I would love to see a solid 40 point ass kicking but I have lost all faith in this team.

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Wait, people have faith in this team?

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Vick out, McCoy out.

If we do not win this one big, I would just start playing the backups and making preparations for next season. Heck, I might do that anyway

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The Eagles o-line is horrible with or without Vick/McCoy. Foles doesn't have the mobility to avoid the Panthers front four. This could get ugly fast.

The is only the second game I've been confident in the Panthers winning. The other was the Redskins.

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