stay on the field, run the clock, sustain drives, keep our defense off the fields, consistenly drive down the field, run the ball
the less our #2 defense is on the field, the less chance the other team has to score on our #2 D
last season was a little underwelming, considering we lacked personel to run what we want to run effectively. we lacked reliable recievers with good hands. we have them now, especially if we get avant. our playmaker should still be comming in the draft.
when we had to pass, win the game at the end, a lot of times we did.
I believe the run game is going to take a major load off the offense with the help of a younger OL. The running game will be top 5 with a 1 -2 punch by Stewart and Williams, while using Tolbert for short-yardage & goal-line. This year's draft is deep at OT & WR, the two needed position on the offense. Cam's growth at the QB position should continue as he mastered the short & intermediate throws, and this season should see the return of the deep ball. The draft gives the Panthers a option to draft WR/TE combo that gives red-zone target and explosive plays. Overall I believe the 2014 offense is going to be a progression of the 2013 with improvements in: long drives, ball control, 4th down conversion, red-zone conversion, and explosive plays. The 2014 team is going to be balanced, with the offense and defense playing a crucial role in each other success. The defense will improve with experience, and continue to provide 3 and out for the offense to score.
EX. Phillip Rivers and The Chargers
Top 5 Offense & Defense.