A week after a scare against the Dolphins, the Panthers utilized a refocused effort to snuff out Tampa Bay's three- game win streak and ramp up the hype for next Sunday's tilt against the Saints to a fever pitch. The defense bullied the Bucs offense and the Carolina offense overcame miscues with big plays to break the Bucs defense. A complete effort from all facets will be required to run their franchise-record win streak to nine games.
Sometimes, when things are going well for you as a team, things just seem to fall into place. That’s what happened for the Carolina Panthers, who saw Mario Addison (+6.3) go out and dominate as a pass rusher as he filled in for the injured Charles Johnson. An undrafted free agent out of Troy State in 2011, Addison exploded in just the second start of his career, making life miserable for Miami Dolphins’ left tackle Bryant McKinnie.
He started as he meant to go on, beating McKinnie inside on the very first play from scrimmage, drawing help from the left guard in the process. That was just the beginning as he would go on to beat him inside for a pressure, then outside for a sack, both on third downs, in the first five minutes of the game alone. He didn’t let up as the game went on, beating him routinely and finishing the game with a sack, three hits, and six quarterback hurries, with all but one of those pressures coming against McKinnie.
Proud of you SMF. You were caught up in the emotions of the moment and said something kind of stupid, but it happens. We all get frustrated sometimes.
Off topic...what did the Welch people ever do to be forever associated with not paying what's owed on bets? I mean, there aren't even that many Welch people to begin with. Either they bet a whole lot and consistently lost, or there was some historical event where they reneged on a treaty or something. Inquiring minds want to know...
Common misconception... It actually originates from Welch grape juice.
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