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Game Grades - Raiders at Panthers

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Keep RR, fire Chud, bring in Norv, the offense basically stays in the same system without an OC who goes full retard at times. Come back next year with a Top 10 offense and Top 10 defense, playoffs.

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God if only Cam didn't have that tipped, kicked in the air INT. What did his streak end at.

176.

still a panthers franchise record

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God if only Cam didn't have that tipped, kicked in the air INT. What did his streak end at.

176 I think

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I was literally loling at Chudzinski yesterday continuing to try and force the read option. We spent the better part of a season with our offense looking as inept as it did yesterday and it cost us this season because we based the O around that stupid option.

Fans finally pressure the team into abandoning it and we have success, but "the mad scientist" couldn't make the connection and I could picture his dumbfounded little face in the box yesterday as each read option continued to reel -1 and -2 yard plays or sacrifice Cam to a charging Oakland DL. I can envision him sitting in the box, madly throwing his hands about, screaming "work you stupid play!! Why won't you just work?!?!"

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Offense lagged at times due to frustration and poor play calling. The defense played with fire and an insatiable need to dish out punishment play after play. The coaching staff did well except for some offensive play calling(chud) and special teams did not hurt us minus the missed field goal by oh no gano. I'm very proud of the way this team has played over the stretch. I just hope we find a way to carry it over to next season. Good job guys lets go beat some taint meat down in the stink hole.

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I have always thought coaches threw out plays that consistently did not work. Chud does not seem to do that.

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Officials get an "F" and management gets an "F" too if they don't address the jack-leg officiating problem. It seems everybody is interested in taking money from the players while no one is willing to fix the problem!

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All refs in the NFL suck. F- till the end of the season.

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FYI, according to the Observer, Luke surpassed Walls' TE record yesterday...

He plays TE too?? I think Zod's right... Keek may be the best Panther ever drafted of all time!

(Don't take it too personally, just giving ya guff is all)

Two important things for me yesterday:

1. Cam threw a pick and we won. It's stil the shitty Raiders, but.. they did it. Shows progress if nothing else.

2. RR coming back may not be such a bad thing. I was dead-set thinking he was out the door about 6 weeks ago, and it's not that he's won games in that timeframe that I say this. It's that, even with backups in, the team as a whole is showing progress. Maybe, especially with backups in. I hope Chico takes the last few games to heart, if he does stay, in that change is a good thing sometimes. Losing the OC and his full-Chudtardo stance on the read-option BS is a good start. Pulling guys who are entrenched as starters for guys who seem to be hungrier is even better.

Do I think they have more talent? Not necessarily, but they are producing when given the chance, and seem more fluid in the scheme, which may be guys who are willing to "buy in" to RR's tactics. This may be fluff on my part, or it may be that the old regime just doesn't want to change. If it's the former, my apologies.. if it's the latter, shake some things up this offseason, and don't worry about the knee-jerk reactions of anyone - fans or front office.

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He plays TE too?? I think Zod's right... Keek may be the best Panther ever drafted of all time!

LOL! Sorry man, it's been along weekend, and there are still miles to go before I sleep.

(Don't take it too personally, just giving ya guff is all)

Two important things for me yesterday:

1. Cam threw a pick and we won. It's stil the shitty Raiders, but.. they did it. Shows progress if nothing else.

2. RR coming back may not be such a bad thing. I was dead-set thinking he was out the door about 6 weeks ago, and it's not that he's won games in that timeframe that I say this. It's that, even with backups in, the team as a whole is showing progress. Maybe, especially with backups in. I hope Chico takes the last few games to heart, if he does stay, in that change is a good thing sometimes. Losing the OC and his full-Chudtardo stance on the read-option BS is a good start. Pulling guys who are entrenched as starters for guys who seem to be hungrier is even better.

Do I think they have more talent? Not necessarily, but they are producing when given the chance, and seem more fluid in the scheme, which may be guys who are willing to "buy in" to RR's tactics. This may be fluff on my part, or it may be that the old regime just doesn't want to change. If it's the former, my apologies.. if it's the latter, shake some things up this offseason, and don't worry about the knee-jerk reactions of anyone - fans or front office.

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