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Carolina Panthers - Arizona Cardinals Matchup

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Well this can only help.  Who the backup?  I know NOTHING about this o-line.

 

 

Just read their new starting LT was picked up off waivers at the end of preseason from Indy.

 

Carson Palmer must be kicking his dog right now.  I guess the Kraken is going to have to finish what he started last year...

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how has Honey Badger looked this season at safety ?

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Levi Brown has been terrible for a few years. He had an abysmal start to the season. I don't think it's going to be much of a downgrade, even if his backup is an UDFA. Against Levi Brown in week one, Robert Quinn posted three sacks, three QB pressures, three QB hits, two forced fumbles, and one drew one holding call on Brown. I was looking forward to facing him.

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how has Honey Badger looked this season at safety ?

 

I love everything about this.

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meant to quote the o-line post.

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And yet the wise Pete Prisco thinks they will put up 27 points

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And yet the wise Pete Prisco thinks they will put up 27 points

Yeah. The powerhouse O that just dropped a 13 on Tampon Bay.

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Im willing bet faking a injury this week in practice has crossed his mind.

If he doesnt FAKE it soon.......he won't have too. Haha!

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Panthers are favored by 2.5 points, and the over/under for the game is 42.5 points.

 

 

I would comfortably take the Panthers and the under.  I think our D shuts them down.

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Panthers are favored by 2.5 points, and the over/under for the game is 42.5 points.

 

 

I would comfortably take the Panthers and the under.  I think our D shuts them down.

 

I think this game will be low scoring too, although a big win would gain the Panthers some national respect in the watered down NFC this year.

 

I feel confident in our defense shutting the Cardinals O down, but I can see our Offense struggling too.

 

Their run defense has been good, and I think they are confident in the CB's against Smitty & LaFell.  I can see them playing a lot of Cover 2 to take away the deep ball from Ginn and counting on their front 7 to hold the running game at bay.

 

We need Greg Olsen to have a big game and maybe get Williams/Barner involved in the passing game out of the backfield to exploit some holes in their defense.

 

The biggest thing is to avoid turnovers and ST miscues.  That is what doomed us last time against AZ.  I don't think this team is overly talented, but they play disciplined football and will not be an easy out on the road

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