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#76 nosuchthingasapanther

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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:19 PM

The problem is like Zod said, any game plan that depends on 100% execution success to eek out a win isn't a very good game plan.  A game with close to 100% execution success should equal a win in pretty dominate fashion in almost every instance.

 

seeing as how sunday's performance was no where remotely close to anything resembling the definition of execution...



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:21 PM

seeing as how sunday's performance was no where remotely close to anything resembling the definition of execution...

 

It wasn't for Seattle either...



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:21 PM

I think the point that everyone's missing is that all four instances outlined in the OP would have allowed us at least a field goal chance, if not continuing the drive into a TD. If we had converted all of those into FG's at minimum, we score 19 instead of 7. Though, a low total, that's fairly respectable, and would have been good enough to win, against a very strong team in the Seahawks. 



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:23 PM

I think the point that everyone's missing is that all four instances outlined in the OP would have allowed us at least a field goal chance, if not continuing the drive into a TD. If we had converted all of those into FG's at minimum, we score 19 instead of 7. Though, a low total, that's fairly respectable, and would have been good enough to win, against a very strong team in the Seahawks. 

 

yup, that's exactly what i'm saying. big difference between trying to say the game hinged on a few incomplete balls in the middle of the field where it doesn't matter. these were huge drops or bad throws or fumbles where scoring plays would have directly resulted. huge difference.



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:23 PM

I think the point that everyone's missing is that all four instances outlined in the OP would have allowed us at least a field goal chance, if not continuing the drive into a TD. If we had converted all of those into FG's at minimum, we score 19 instead of 7. Though, a low total, that's fairly respectable, and would have been good enough to win, against a very strong team in the Seahawks. 

 

shhhhhhh! don't use logic and reason around here. just blame the play calling



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:24 PM

It wasn't for Seattle either...

 

seattle executed when it mattered.

 

carolina didn't execute when it did. 



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:27 PM

I really don't think we needed anywhere close to 100% execution to be sucessful. IF Olsen caught those 2 passes, we would have been in field goal range and if we only got 3 points each, we would have won the game 13-12. Now, if Deangelo hadn't of fumbled, that would have probably been another 7 points, making it 20-12. This doesn't even take into account the stupid penalties, missed coverage by the secondary while Wilson ran around and threw up miracle passes that led to Seattle's points. Smitty said on the drive yesterday he ran many routes that were indeed long routes, but because of Seattle's excellent secondary they were able to disguise their coverage. This made Cam not process the open receiver quick enough and instead he threw it to a check down (probably to avoid throwing a turn over). I really don't think Shula called a bad game. I think some missed opportunities both by Cam, the receivers and the secondary caused our lack of points.



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:40 PM

I think Sunday will be more about who wants it more rather then more game planing. This game has become more important since our loss. Nobody wants to go 0-2. With a record like that the season will already be on the down fall and we will be eliminated in any conversation about contending for a playoff spot.

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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:47 PM

LMAO. you are too much. please tell me more about how our game plan for THIS game is the EXACT same gameplan we will have in every game going forward. Tell me about how we will run the exact same plays in the exact same situations. And I'll ask for a 5th time (again, not expecting any answers from idiots here), but u said if we scored 14 points we are going 4-12, Seattle scoring 12 points means they finish what? 3-13? Some more wonderfully retarded logic from the Carolina Huddle.

 

and no, if DWill doesn't fumble, we aren't 4-12, we're 1-0

 

If Bennett doesn't grab Cam's facemask earlier in the drive we're punting (and losing).

 

You like to bring up that our winning was ruined by one mistake on that drive. You're ignoring that 30 yards of that drive and one critical 3rd down conversion came off of blatent Seattle mistakes.



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Posted 10 September 2013 - 01:58 PM

Seattle committed a penalty?

How did they win?

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Posted 10 September 2013 - 02:40 PM

I thought you 2 were done commenting :)

 

Did you just need a break hoping people would forget I made you both look like clowns. By all means, keep my thread bumped by talking in nothing but theories and hyperboles. Whenever you 2 are ready, the adults will include you in our convo. just say the word.