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The only team that has allowed fewer points than the Panthers are the 6-0 Chiefs.

 

Yet here we sit at 2-3.

 

Oh, what could have been if we had a more consistent offense.

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Carolina Panthers are the first team to start 2-3 and outscore opponents by 41+ points since 1921 Cleveland Indians.

 

Now that, is funny.

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Hopefull this Offense can turn the corner. In order to make a run, we need them to execute. We have a slew of winnable games coming up and things are starting to work in our favor. Atlanta is like a sitting duck, Saints lost and Graham is hurt (not sure how bad), Rookie QB in tampa who is not looking good. I like our odds

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Only 5 teams have a better net points stat at the moment:

Denver +107

Chiefs +87

Colts +60

Saints +58

Seahawks +63

Panthers +41

 

The Chargers are the other 2-3 team, and they're at.... -4.

We have the talent, we need the consistency.
 

 

 

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We really do remind me of the 2008-2010 Chargers

 

Blowout wins, inconsistency, losing tough nail biters, no stud WRs but a great TE, an exciting K/PR...and last but not least Rivera making a very strong D.

 

Difference is we're stuck with him at HC and we don't know if the same offense will show up next week.

 

C'mon Shula. 

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One thing I must say is, the playcalling was pretty good last night. Shula did a good job of keeping the D off balanced.

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It's not that uncanny. They have greatly outscored two oponents in wins and played two others very close in losses. Its not a mystery how that came to be.

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If we can find some consistency maybe we'll make something out of this season

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lesson that should have been learned...whatever you did in the games vs. the giants and vikings, continue to do. what you did in the other three games, never do again.

 

if we want to win, we have to score a lot. don't count on being able to get by with just a few points. it's never enough. you NEVER have enough points, so don't act like it. the only safe situation is one in which you are beating the other team by 25+ points and you are late in the 4th quarter.

 

oh...and never take the foot off the gas. never tap the brake. when you have the ball, score. when you don't have the ball, attack. you do this regardless of the score on the board and time left on the clock.

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lesson that should have been learned...whatever you did in the games vs. the giants and vikings, continue to do. what you did in the other three games, never do again.

if we want to win, we have to score a lot. don't count on being able to get by with just a few points. it's never enough. you NEVER have enough points, so don't act like it. the only safe situation is one in which you are beating the other team by 25+ points and you are late in the 4th quarter.

oh...and never take the foot off the gas. never tap the brake. when you have the ball, score. when you don't have the ball, attack. you do this regardless of the score on the board and time left on the clock.

But you have to be able to determine what works against each opponent. Just because a gameplan works for the Giants doesnt mean it should be applied against the Saints.

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We're a fumble and a bone headed coaching decision away from 4-1.  It's quite infuriating.

 

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