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Carolina Panthers Getting Defensive - Buffalo Bills Edition

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20 points on offense will win it for us.  I expect Manuel to move the chains until the field gets short, then he will fall apart.

 

I think so too. Buffalo has key injuries on defense, this should absolutely be a 20+ game for the Panthers.

 

How many do you feel the Bills will score on our D?

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The front seven must get in there...  the DBs didn't look very good last week when Wilson had some time.

 

 

 

RELEASE THE KRAKEN!

 

 

If Hardy and Johnson get to him a few times maybe we can scare him into mistakes.

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Seattle's offensive line has to be considered one of the best in football. The factis  that our Dline manhandled them. Most QB's would have made A lot of mistakes under that pressure but Russell Wilson's best trait seems to be not getting rattled. He played smart and that kept Seattle hanging around until our D got tired. Surprise, Russell is good under pressure. I don't expect that from Manuel.

 

This is wrong. If there's one weakness on Seattle, it's their offensive line - just because guys like Colin Cowherd assume that because the Seahawks are elite, they must have an elite offensive line doesn't make it true. Okung and Unger are elite talents, but the rest of the line is mediocre at best with the LG platoon of James Carpenter and Paul McQuistan being one of the worst in the league.

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Buffalo Bills: Left tackle Cordy Glenn was the only left tackle with 30 or more pass blocks to not allow a single pressure.

 

 

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/09/10/32-observations-week-1-2/

 

fuging Hurney. I'm pretty sure 75% of the fans wanted Glenn at our pick in the 2nd round. Could have plugged him in a LT this season and swung Gross over to RT. Probably would do wonders for our o-line.

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Also, neither Alexander nor any other defensive player needs to do anything stoopid and get ejected. Frank would have helped greatly if not ejected in just keeping the rotation going and keeping the players fresh, both young and old. Defense needs to be at full strength in full numbers.

An I wrong in thinking Alexander is out this game since he was ejected last game?

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An I wrong in thinking Alexander is out this game since he was ejected last game?

 

Only if the league decides to suspend him a game for his outburst. So far I haven't heard of that happening.

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Only if the league decides to suspend him a game for his outburst. So far I haven't heard of that happening.

 

 

If that's the case, several players from the GB - SF game, like Clay Matthews, needs to be suspended.

 

His was worse than Alexander's and he didn't even get flagged for it.

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Biggest concern is Spiller...can't let him see open space. We don't have anyone that can hang if he does.

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Biggest concern is Spiller...can't let him see open space. We don't have anyone that can hang if he does.

 

Thomas Davis?

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Thomas Davis?

I am not sure Davis at this stage of his career can hang with Spiller in the open field...Spiller is nasty. Very overlooked IMO what he has shown he can do as of late.

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