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PFF: Carolina @ San Diego Refocused

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Poor Hurney. If the Panthers played like this all season, he'd still have a job.

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I've said this before, and I'll say it agains. Hardy is our future pro bowl 3 technique DT, while FA holds down the RDE position.

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I've said this before, and I'll say it agains. Hardy is our future pro bowl 3 technique DT, while FA holds down the RDE position.

I hope not, I like him right where he's at. Im worried that the ten he added to his frame is gonna seem like it was such a good idea that he might do it again at the cost of slowing him down.

He seems to be at the ideal weight/mass. Please Mr Kraken, dont change anything.

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I hope not, I like him right where he's at. Im worried that the ten he added to his frame is gonna seem like it was such a good idea that he might do it again at the cost of slowing him down.

He seems to be at the ideal weight/mass. Please Mr Kraken, dont change anything.

The future progression of Frank Alexander is going to force him inside anyways, which isn't a bad thing. He played half his snaps inside last week anyways.

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Why cant he just rotate in? He isnt more than that right now. I dont know why youre counting on it. Just because Hardy became successful this year doesnt mean FA will too. I like him and I like his intincts but damn dude, this is the NFL, not everyone can improve like that.

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Move him inside on obvious pass catching downs and bring Alexander in. That's what the giants would do :)

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The future progression of Frank Alexander is going to force him inside anyways, which isn't a bad thing. He played half his snaps inside last week anyways.

No, you just rotate them. Hardy to the inside on passing downs with Alexander at DE.

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"Mike Tolbert must have had payback on his mind returning to face his former team, because he ran as hard as he had all year. Rob Chudzinski dialed up Tolbert’s number nine times, the most he had all season, and the 245 pounder did not disappoint. His 45 snaps, 40 yards and two touchdowns were all season highs, and his 24 receiving yards gave him his season high for total yards as well. Since Jonathan Stewart went down, Tolbert has amassed a total grade of +5.8 in 3 weeks as the fifth-year back is warranting his increased playing time."

Good to hear. Just don't know what we are going to do with this logjam at RB...

use them/ rotate them. keep them fresh. pummel them to death. make them respect our RBs and QB in their running and let them always wonder who is going to get the ball and what way it's going to go and if this time will be one of those moments that instead of running the ball it's play action or a bubble screen or another one of those triple option gizmos.

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Move him inside on obvious pass catching downs and bring Alexander in. That's what the giants would do :)

No, you just rotate them. Hardy to the inside on passing downs with Alexander at DE.

keep them fresh and fearsome.

or put all three on the line and watch the QB brace himself for a reaming.

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