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#16 mwright350

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 10:10 AM

I still refuse to put any stock in BleacherReport...no matter how often WFNZ has some guy from BR on the radio as a guest to talk about the Panthers.

 

If I can contribute my crack-pot theories there then it doesn't deserve to get even minimal consideration.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 10:20 AM

I think the Panthers will win the game 25-17,   Here are my reasons:

 

The Seahawks have 3 DEs who are not playing.  Their defense relies on pressure.   Give Cam time and you will lose.  To offset the lack of pressure, the Seahawks will send pressure via the LBs and DBs.  Cam, on the other hand, is being groomed this week to look away from Steve Smith.  Olsen, Lafell, and others will have good games.

 

Russell Wilson threw the ball fewer than any other NFL QB.  When play action is working, he is effective.  However, the offseason was not kind to Wilson because his film has been studied.  In Carolina, the front 7 is a bit better than last year, something everyone outside of the Carolinas seems to ignore.  Take Lynch away from Wilson and let him beat you with his arm.  It won't happen.

 

Panther weaknesses are exaggerated.  People are mocking the talent in the secondary.  Thomas and Norman were small school standouts so nobody knew how they will be.  However, take .4 seconds away from the QB (front 4) and your secondary gets much better. 

 

Special teams.  We have a kicker who seems to have resolved his accuracy issues and can hit a FG from 65 if needed and a returner who can score from anywhere in 10 seconds or less.  

 

Seattle has Percy Harvin on the shelf and oft-injured Sidney Rice is banged up.  Are Tate and Kearse going to beat us?  No more than Lafell and Ginn (WR) are going to beat Seattle.  The chemistry issues between Wilson and these young WRs there will surface under Hardy pressure.

 

I PRAY that we were holding back offensively during the preseason.  Seattle has no way of knowing what to expect from us offensively. 

 

While Seattle feels entitlement, the Panthers are feeling desperation.  They are playing and coaching for jobs. 

 

Seattle hosts SF next week.   The Panthers travel to Buffalo.  Could they be looking to Week 2?

 

 



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 10:36 AM

I can't wait for sunday game! i want to be sunday now!!!!



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:42 AM

I think the Panthers will win the game 25-17,   Here are my reasons:

 

The Seahawks have 3 DEs who are not playing.  Their defense relies on pressure.   Give Cam time and you will lose.  To offset the lack of pressure, the Seahawks will send pressure via the LBs and DBs.  Cam, on the other hand, is being groomed this week to look away from Steve Smith.  Olsen, Lafell, and others will have good games.

 

Russell Wilson threw the ball fewer than any other NFL QB.  When play action is working, he is effective.  However, the offseason was not kind to Wilson because his film has been studied.  In Carolina, the front 7 is a bit better than last year, something everyone outside of the Carolinas seems to ignore.  Take Lynch away from Wilson and let him beat you with his arm.  It won't happen.

 

Panther weaknesses are exaggerated.  People are mocking the talent in the secondary.  Thomas and Norman were small school standouts so nobody knew how they will be.  However, take .4 seconds away from the QB (front 4) and your secondary gets much better. 

 

Special teams.  We have a kicker who seems to have resolved his accuracy issues and can hit a FG from 65 if needed and a returner who can score from anywhere in 10 seconds or less.  

 

Seattle has Percy Harvin on the shelf and oft-injured Sidney Rice is banged up.  Are Tate and Kearse going to beat us?  No more than Lafell and Ginn (WR) are going to beat Seattle.  The chemistry issues between Wilson and these young WRs there will surface under Hardy pressure.

 

I PRAY that we were holding back offensively during the preseason.  Seattle has no way of knowing what to expect from us offensively. 

 

While Seattle feels entitlement, the Panthers are feeling desperation.  They are playing and coaching for jobs. 

 

Seattle hosts SF next week.   The Panthers travel to Buffalo.  Could they be looking to Week 2?

 

 

What changed from last year the Panthers offense couldn't score on the Seahawks last year what make you think they can score on the Seahawks this year! :lolu:


 



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:52 AM

What changed from last year the Panthers offense couldn't score on the Seahawks last year what make you think they can score on the Seahawks this year! :lolu:


Did u read his post at all?

"The Seahawks have 3 DEs who are not playing. Their defense relies on pressure. Give Cam time and you will lose. To offset the lack of pressure, the Seahawks will send pressure via the LBs and DBs. Cam, on the other hand, is being groomed this week to look away from Steve Smith. Olsen, Lafell, and others will have good games."


He told you why in the first paragraph.

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:59 AM

What changed from last year the Panthers offense couldn't score on the Seahawks last year what make you think they can score on the Seahawks this year! :lolu:

 

 

This sentence says a lot about you.  It is a run on, contains a rather egregious subject-verb agreement error, and shows a problem using third person pronouns, a characteristic of someone learning the language.  Since you have obvious writing deficiencies (and you can blame your public school system if it helps) I am not going to refer you to the passage that inspired your trolling, because it may take a while for you to find someone to read it to you. 

 

 



#22 Nicks To The Colts

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:01 PM

This sentence says a lot about you. It is a run on, contains a rather egregious subject-verb agreement error, and shows a problem using third person pronouns, a characteristic of someone learning the language. Since you have obvious writing deficiencies (and you can blame your public school system if it helps) I am not going to refer you to the passage that inspired your trolling, because it may take a while for you to find someone to read it to you.


That user is a troll who was banned a few days ago and re-registered

#23 MHS831

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:03 PM

That user is a troll who was banned a few days ago and re-registered

He is not very bright, but anyone who gets a rush out of trolling usually has other, more pressing issues.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:05 PM

This sentence says a lot about you.  It is a run on, contains a rather egregious subject-verb agreement error, and shows a problem using third person pronouns, a characteristic of someone learning the language.  Since you have obvious writing deficiencies (and you can blame your public school system if it helps) I am not going to refer you to the passage that inspired your trolling, because it may take a while for you to find someone to read it to you. 

 

Wanna be English Teacher who critics a forum!  :goodjob:



#25 MHS831

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:10 PM

Wanna be English Teacher who critics a forum!  :goodjob:

 

"Critiques" a forum--not "critics".  Correct grammar is a sign of intelligence, not a career choice.  When I hear bells at work, it means the elevator has reached my office.  When you hear them, it means the fries are done. 
 



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:10 PM

ginn needs to be involved early and often. run plenty of go routes and throw it downfield. forcing the defense to respect that kind of speed over the top will relieve pressure off of steve (and hopefully lafell won't do a disappearing act on us.)



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:11 PM

Wanna be English Teacher who critics a forum!  :goodjob:

 

Oops.  He did it again!



#28 Gabeking

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:17 PM

These writers at Bleacher Report keeps self-touting themselves as the next breed of journalism yadda yadda yadda but yet they can't even afford proper lip syncing tech for there videos.




Wanna be English Teacher who critics a forum! :goodjob:


Prepare to be a Mod here by next summer.

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:20 PM

"Critiques" a forum--not "critics".  Correct grammar is a sign of intelligence, not a career choice.  When I hear bells at work, it means the elevator has reached my office.  When you hear them, it means the fries are done. 
 

 

Plastic Please! You like your job. :lolu:
 



#30 NavyPF4L

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 12:21 PM

"Critiques" a forum--not "critics". Correct grammar is a sign of intelligence, not a career choice. When I hear bells at work, it means the elevator has reached my office. When you hear them, it means the fries are done.


Ahahahahahaha.. This has to be one of those moments where everyone just starts pointing and laughing right


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