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#2544247 No Huddle offense in the redzone

Posted by SgtJ00 on 15 December 2013 - 05:54 AM

The no huddle has jump started us before.  Seems a couple of times we came out of half time in no huddle and it worked well.


I would even consider up tempo as a viable solution.  Quick Huddle, to the line, quick read and play. 


I definitely don't see where calling for up tempo in the red zone makes someone a bandwagon fan.


Cam has looked really sharp in the no huddle.


I'm not sure if it's Shula's playcalling or if Cam is just really that good at diagnosing defenses. Either way, it works.

#2544230 need more prayers.... fml UPDATED; UPDATE 12/25

Posted by SgtJ00 on 15 December 2013 - 03:18 AM

God that sucks. I really feel for you bro.


Best of luck.

#2544228 So this came in Saturday

Posted by SgtJ00 on 15 December 2013 - 03:14 AM

Good omen for the Jets game?



#2542007 On the ledge

Posted by SgtJ00 on 12 December 2013 - 02:18 PM

Naw, we'll bounce back hard. It's the Jets. The fugin Jets man.


I think we'll end the season with three more wins.

#2540747 This is Gross with Greg Hardy

Posted by SgtJ00 on 11 December 2013 - 05:36 AM



Pretty funny stuff.

#2540216 Power Rankings: Week 15

Posted by SgtJ00 on 10 December 2013 - 04:17 PM

CBS: 8 (∇3)


Winning in New Orleans is tough to do, but they have a chance to get even next week at home. The defense didn't show up against the Saints.




Yahoo: 4


They can't win at the Superdome. Join the club.




SBNation: 6 (∇3)


Current Playoff Projection: NFC #5 seed (Wild Card)
Cam Newton is famous for his Clark Kent touchdown bit, but he was no match for the Superdome Supermen as the Saints continued to look unbeatable at home. Newton was constantly under siege with nowhere to go with the ball, and the Panthers' defense looked like it was Day One of the training camp zone install as Marques Colston found open spaces with ridiculous ease. Carolina can shake it off after a tremendous eight-game stretch, but even a victory in the rematch may not be enough to keep the Panthers off the road in the playoffs given the Saints' conference tiebreaker edge.
USA Today: 7 (∇3)
The undermanned secondary finally got exposed. Will it be more of the same Dec. 22 in Charlotte?
Fox: 5 (∇3)
Carolina can get revenge on the Saints in two weeks, but even if the Panthers win, they would still lose the tiebreaker -- assuming the Saints win their other two games.
NBC/PFT: 6 (∇4)
The Panthers need to shake off their loss to the Saints as fast as the Saints shook off their loss to the Seahawks.
ESPN: 6 (∇3)
Carolina won't wait long for a shot at redemption. After hosting the Jets this week, the Panthers get the Saints in Carolina before finishing at Atlanta, making 11-5 very realistic.
NFL.com: 6 (∇3)
We saw what we needed to see in Sunday night's loss to the Saints on two fronts: 1) How the Panthers fared on the road in an important, nationally televised game; and 2) how their offense responded when forced to play from (well) behind. Is it panic time? No. But this team likely will be on the road in the playoffs. Carolina can probably beat Dallas, Philadelphia or Detroit, but what about Seattle or New Orleans? That's the question with this group.
Reddit: 5 (∇2)
The win streak ends at eight, but the upside is the Panthers will likely be forced to go without a playoff bye, which is fine because they tend to do poorly off of them anyways. Regrouping and starting a new win streak is now imperative.

#2540017 Cam in 3D

Posted by SgtJ00 on 10 December 2013 - 02:29 PM

Prepare your diddly hole.

#2539276 Pass Rush

Posted by SgtJ00 on 09 December 2013 - 11:40 PM

I ain't even looking for the "punched us in the mouth" bit here...there's no need to offer anything like that, and it's not like a team's fan base should be expected to make even a mild "supplication" to an opponent on their own board.  Just not the same tired "the refs stole it from us" or "they cheated against us" that gets so old so fast. 


You have my respect even though there is no earthly reason whether you have my respect or not should make the least bit of difference to you.


Good god your typing style is pretentious as fug bro, ease off.

#2536836 Game Grades - Panthers at Saints

Posted by SgtJ00 on 08 December 2013 - 11:59 PM

I give ST better marks, C maybe. 


Ginn had some good returns, almost broke one.

#2531546 fuging press conferences

Posted by SgtJ00 on 07 December 2013 - 12:59 AM

#2526411 Panthers still 35% to make the playoffs

Posted by SgtJ00 on 03 December 2013 - 05:56 PM


#2526212 New Power Rankings Out

Posted by SgtJ00 on 03 December 2013 - 03:37 PM


        Panthers: 3 (+1) [Reddit]


        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.


#2525365 Saints Stranded

Posted by SgtJ00 on 03 December 2013 - 03:16 AM

This thread hasn't derailed or anything.


Just like the Saints' travel plans I suppose.

#2522969 "Beaston" Blasted RG3 like a Rag Doll

Posted by SgtJ00 on 02 December 2013 - 02:04 AM


#2520903 Tim Ryan again?

Posted by SgtJ00 on 01 December 2013 - 02:28 PM



-Cam gets the TD-


Well if I had Cam maybe I would go for it.

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