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Hartsock, Blackburn, Scott all out Monday

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LB Chase Blackburn (foot), TE Ben Hartsock (knee) and G Chris Scott (knee) are out for Monday's game. #NEvsCAR

12:50pm - 16 Nov 13

Panthers Twitter account.

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that's a lot of beef.

 

olsen had better have a solid day blocking because i don't trust brandon williams to hold much of anything if asked to pass protect.

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Ben Hartsock is the best blocking TE in football. Our success running the football relies on him. This is bad.

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Ben Hartsock is the best blocking TE in football. Our success running the football relies on him. This is bad.

 

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I'm not seeing the hilarity in this issue. He actually is. There's a reason he's in on most of our plays despite him not having speed or being able to catch.

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jtnc always has something melodramatic to say

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jtnc always has something melodramatic to say

Ben Hartsock, the Panthers currently rank second in our cumulative run blocking grades. Hartsock has been completely overpowering. To put his +12.1 run blocking grade into perspective, Brent Celek ranks second among tight ends with a +3.6.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/11/15/3tfo-patriots-panthers-week-11/

Lol, ok.

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