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The Carolina Panthers Should Learn from WVU's Offense

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baily had the same number of receptions, more receiving yardage and a lot more receiving TDs.

 

not exactly shutting down credibility.

 

Only show Geno is not a one read guy. But in all, Tavon was the go to guy on that team. Receiving and rushing.

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I'm not saying we should run a college offense, but I could envision a package with Gettis/Hixon and Ginn on the outside, Smith and Joe Adams in the slot and Barner in the backfield. Not a lot of teams would be able to deal with that much speed on the field all at once.

 

Interesting fantasy, it is.

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I'm not saying we should run a college offense, but I could envision a package with Gettis/Hixon and Ginn on the outside, Smith and Joe Adams in the slot and Barner in the backfield. Not a lot of teams would be able to deal with that much speed on the field all at once.

 

Joe Adams in the slot? WTF man.

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The Air Raid offense was only good against crap defenses.

 

It was easily grounded by decent yet not outstanding D's like Syracuse and K State.

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This article is as empty as the saints' defensive playbook. WTF did I just read

 

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Should we had just sign Chip Kelly?

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Dont wanna model anything after West Virignia...

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WVU fan though I may be, I'm generally not a big fan of pulling from college offenses.

 

 

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