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Newton's Law

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thought it was going to be different..  or more..  something.

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on NFL network right now..

Recap? I just missed it

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 Stop him from beating you with his legs because that's the best part of Cam and the most consistent part of his game. Mention that he's 4th in Rushing Td's over the last two years. The key to beating the Panther's is to make Cam a pocket passer, because he isn't consistent enough when passing and misses easy throws.

 

 

Then they went to How Carolina can stop Russel Wilson and pretty much said it was impossible to stop Seattle or Washington's offense. Because the QB is accurate when passing, good at running when needed and has a RB that is a threat out of the backfield. 

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Same recycled crap.

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Recap? I just missed it

 

consistent from the pocket

missed throws

can run, but has to show more

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Thread title reminded me of a fan sign I saw at BOA a while back. It said "Newton's First Law: For every action, there is an equal and opposite #89"

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