Been a horrible season here in the NFCS. Congrats on the win guys and gals. Grade A ass kicking. Panthers came out and dominated on both sides of the ball. Enjoy the win for a week. In the NFCS this year, that's all you can ask for.
matt ryan 5th in yards 10th in comp% 13th in tds 11th in ints 11th in rating. all while playing behind udfa rookies and fourth stringer linemen
and hes playing like garbage this year? saint4life25 talking out of his ass as usual.
nobody trolled you bro. you just cant accept your non sense getting thrown back in your face.
So basically nothing in the top ten but yards, which isn't surprising considering they've played from behind a lot. Drew Brees has pretty decent numbers this year as well, but he's played like garbage too. Both can be pointed to as a main reason why their team lost certain games.
Don't bring up Ryan's line when having a Cam and Ryan discussion. Cams played behind turnstiles all year.
Using one play to define Ryan's toughness seems inane to me. Why not mention the Lions game a few years back where his knee looked like it exploded or last year when the Panthers pounded him mercilessly only to see Ryan pick himself up off the grass time after time?
It's no different than the way he used one game to define Cam.
Falcons defense has no pass rush. Panthers can't block anyone. Something has to give. It's not like the Panthers have been trying to block a bunch of nobodies lately. They've played against a couple tough Dlines. I think the Panthers oline holds up and gives Cam time to throw and we see the Cam we saw early in the year, not lately.
I also think the Panthers struggle to contain the Falcons 4 wide sets when they spread them out. That secondary is atrocious. Matt Ryan and Julio should have a field day.
I've been calling a Panthers win, but watching them Monday night didn't exactly instill faith in that call. However, I think they're a better football team than the Falcons.
If OBJ keeps it up, he'll take it. I was hoping he'd drop into the later rounds because I loved him (more so than Benjamin). OBJ's route running was very polished coming out of LSU. His 40 and three cone drill only boosted his stock. Don't get me wrong, Benjamin is a beast and I'm beyond ecstatic to have him now but he's not the best rookie at the moment. Too many mental mistakes has cost us crucial drives.
OBJs route running and speed are top notch, but his best attribute is his hands. I watched very snap he played at LSU, and the way he attacks the ball is what you look for in a great receiver. I've never seen him make a body catch. His hands are absolutely ridiculous.