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#3118010 Panthers have allowed most QB pressure, 2X closest competition

Posted by PantherFeez on 04 December 2014 - 08:31 AM

Panthers have allowed twice the amount as the best line, why is that crazy? 4 other teams are right there with nearly as many pressures. Title makes it sound like we're 1st in pressures and the #2 has 1/2 the amount.

#3105555 This weekend's preemptive gif

Posted by PantherFeez on 26 November 2014 - 10:14 AM




#3066965 A rare good point from the guys at WFNZ

Posted by PantherFeez on 03 November 2014 - 10:52 PM

Scouts are on the road a lot and work long hours away from their families. I don't think many successful players would want that grind. Coach life can be tough too so unless it's in your blood or you're into it then it may not be such a common thing.

#3033034 Anybody with time in their hands?

Posted by PantherFeez on 20 October 2014 - 12:31 PM

PFF tracks in detail which gaps RB's run through. I would assume more times than not they would run behind their best run blockers vs targeting Hardy's old spot exclusively. I summed up based on what PFF says, but I am not going to dive into each team's trend to figure out where they run most. Context > Numbers so keep that in mind.


Bucs: evenly spread

Lions: 50% edges but they ran poorly against us

Steelers: 50% left and right of the LG and right of the C, and 30% on the edges

Ravens: 18/30 runs up the middle

Bears: 50% on the edges

Bengals:  3:5 ratio from the center to left (basically evenly spread)

Packers: 10 runs on the left side of the line, 14 runs to the right, so pretty even

#3031499 Was Gettleman feeling himself too much after last year?

Posted by PantherFeez on 19 October 2014 - 07:45 PM

At first sight I thought the topic read "Was Gettleman FEEDING himself too much after last year"

#3002954 Antoine Cason PFT interview

Posted by PantherFeez on 06 October 2014 - 02:33 PM





Panthers cornerback Antoine Cason explained on Monday’s PFT Live that he learned how to punch out the ball while working out with Tillman during the 2011 lockout.  And it’s currently working for Cason; after four forced fumble in his first six NFL seasons, Cason has forced three fumbles in five games.


Cason touches on how he learned to knock the ball out from Peanut Tillman, how our defense keeps focus one week at a time, and other basic stuff.

#2977884 Panthers Sign Tauren Poole to Practice Squad and cut Lache Seastrunk

Posted by PantherFeez on 25 September 2014 - 02:24 PM

Ron confirmed the move from Seastrunk to Poole was because they got concerned with Stew and Tolbert both going down + Poole's previous knowledge with their system. They liked Seastrunk as a player but their system now is if they need to call up another RB that Seastrunk wouldn't know the system in time.

#2975147 Big Money and Recent Injuries

Posted by PantherFeez on 23 September 2014 - 03:40 PM

Just watched the Lions game (defense only) on condensed to see if/where CJ was getting doubled:


- He was only doubled exclusively 1 time and it came when he lined up as a 3-4 RDE

- Doubled 2 times on run plays

- Chipped by the TE 3 times

- Played DT  3 times (all were pass rushes) and was singled against the G

- Stonewalled by TE Pettigrew 2 times (1 on a run, another singled in a pass rush and got dominated)

- Lined up in Hardy's spot for 15 snaps in pass situations.


PFF stats:


- 14 Run defense snaps

- 47 Pass rush snaps

- 1 Pass coverage snap

- Overall Stats 4 QB Hurries, 1 Tackle, -3.0 PFF grade


I'll gladly take a look at him verses the Steelers but it will have to be later tonight. Overall to me he just didn't have a high motor while singling him out on his pass rushes. And his single match ups worked best when he bull rushed (that's likely where the QB hurries were credited). They tried to pull stunts with him as DT and DE but nothing really developed. Hustle and overall speed just weren't there.




#2974641 ravens fans talking smack smh we got to come out with fire

Posted by PantherFeez on 23 September 2014 - 09:32 AM

Couldn't even press play because of those faces

#2914609 We should get frisky with Green Bay

Posted by PantherFeez on 29 August 2014 - 09:36 AM

No, they actually are not.


The guy you hate, Byron Bell, posted a -2.8 rating from PFF in 2014.


Marshall Newhouse, on the other hand, posted a -9.7.


In other words, he was 3x worse than Byron Bell.



Byron has an overall -6.6 (-2.8 PB and -4.1 RB) in 84 snaps while giving up 2 sacks, 1 hit and 3 hurries


Newhouse has an overall -0.2 (-1.6 PB and 1.1 RB) in 105 snaps while only giving up 3 hurries


Granted he's going up against 2nd string, i'm just pointing out you have your PFF grades completely wrong

#2914583 These guys. <3

Posted by PantherFeez on 29 August 2014 - 09:22 AM

My guyyyyyyy

#2911111 Dave needs to be watching the wavier wire closely.

Posted by PantherFeez on 26 August 2014 - 11:03 PM

Aren't we still 28th in line on waiver requests? It's going to be hard for a diamond in the rough to pass through 27 other teams.

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#2905601 deangelo williams apologizes to byron bell

Posted by PantherFeez on 23 August 2014 - 04:29 PM



That's Bell not making a block on a 215lb safety. If Bell would have leveled him and drove him toward the sidelines, DWill wouldn't have to cut back inside and could have followed Silatolu all the way around the defense.


There's plenty of positive plays I've seen watching Bell in this game, but it's things like this that fans can understandably dislike about him. I'm rooting for him to succeed because it helps the team, but people have the right to be skeptical.

#2905576 deangelo williams apologizes to byron bell

Posted by PantherFeez on 23 August 2014 - 04:01 PM



DWill's chip block is nullified when Jones gets gets his right hand placed on the back of DWill's shoulder (DWill stops and dips to lean into him). Jones avoids DWill's contact completely - if anything, Jones uses DWIll as a shove off point to get to Cam quicker


Like I said earlier, Jones gets the first punch on Bell and shoves his right shoulder while Bell's right foot is off the ground. It twists Bell's torso in a way that gives Jones an inside inside track towards Cam. Jones power won the battle because he places Byron out of position

#2888057 Panthers Training Camp - Final Thoughts

Posted by PantherFeez on 12 August 2014 - 04:31 PM

Great work as always Jeremy. I've looked forward to each of these after every practice.


From all that you've seen at camp, what order would you rate King, Bersin and Brown? It's a shame Underwood seems to be on the outs after giving him 300k to come here.