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Geno talks Panthers

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On how much film he’s watched of Carolina…
I’ve watched some tape on them. Just a little bit.
 
On whether he watched any of the Carolina-New Orleans game last night…
I didn’t watch the game last night, but I came in and watched it this morning.
 
On how many Carolina games he’s seen…
A few.
 
On Carolina’s defense…
(They’re) good up front. Typical NFL defense, (they) play hard (and have) good guys all around. I think they lead the league in pretty much every defensive category, so it’s going to be another tough game for us. We just have got to continue to prepare and go out there and fight hard.
 
On what makes Carolina’s defense a challenge…
From my perspective, I just think they play hard and they have a really good defense. (So Deep)
 
On the importance of having Winslow, Jeremy Kerley and Santonio Holmes back together and healthy…
It’s important to have those guys out here, but honestly, we have to roll with the guys that we have. No matter who’s out there, we expect them to give full effort and we expect them and when I say them, I mean us all, we expect to compete and go out there and execute. It’s just good to have Kellen and that leadership that he brings, as well as Santonio and Jeremy.
 
On how much responsibility is on him to make the call and check the play at the line of scrimmage…
Well, it’s all built into the system. It’s not like I’m free lancing or doing my own thing. All of those things are built in and things that we talk about throughout the week and we game plan. So, if you get a certain look, you want to check to a certain pass or a run and that’s something that we did well with.
 
On whether the team can look at New Orleans success last night and use it to help exploit Carolina’s defense…
Yeah, we will. We’ll try and find ways to move the chains. Like I said, they’re a tough defense, but we expect ourselves to go out there and execute. We’re going to study all the tape and find ways for us to execute and find things that we’re good at that can be effective against their defense.
 
On whether he wears different cleats or gloves when playing in cold and snowy weather…
I try not to let that affect me. I don’t wear a glove. Maybe if there’s an issue where I feel the need to, I will. But, typically I’m good in cold weather games.
 
I am not too worried about the Jets offense sans Holmes, but their defense worries the fug outta me.

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Reading that makes me feel like its fake...

 

or if he did he really does not care about press.

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He catches a lot of flack, but you look at RG3 and this guy doesn't seem like too bad of a fellow. May not be the best player, but not that bad a guy.

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He sounds unprepared.

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I've been watching their last game against Oakland. While Holmes is a good player, Kerley is the guy that makes their passing game go. They also ran the ball very effectively against the Raiders, but suspect it will be much more difficult to do that against us.

 

And of course, their front 3 of Pace, Wilkerson and Richardson is very good. Coples is also disruptive from the rush LB'er position.

 

Geno is not going to have a good game against us unless we really fug up. He still has a long way to go.

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This game is a must win.

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They beat New England and New Orleans. My butthole is puckered, if I were to bet my life savings on the game I would bet against Geno, but......hopefully NY doesn't show up and we do. I think this is very similar to the Miami game.

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They beat New England and New Orleans. My butthole is puckered, if I were to bet my life savings on the game I would bet against Geno, but......hopefully NY doesn't show up and we do. I think this is very similar to the Miami game.

 

Key part you left out.   They won at home against these teams.   They stink on the road.

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