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Voth's 53 Man Predictions

Today, 05:43 AM






  • FB Michael Zordich
  • TE Mike McNeil
  • T Andrew McDonald
  • T Kevin Hughes
  • G Derek Dennis
  • DT Drake Nevis
  • DT Micanor Regis
  • LB Ben Jacobs
  • CB Josh Thomas
  • CB James Dockery
  • S Anderson Russell
  • S Tom Nelson

Practice Squad Candidates:

  • WR Marcus Lucas
  • T David Foucault
  • DT Casey Walker
  • LB Adarius Glanton or LB Denicos Allen
  • CB Carrington Byndom

Injured Reserve:

  • RB Darrin Reaves
  • S Tre Boston
  • S Robert Lester

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Eau de Newton

18 July 2014 - 05:42 AM




Luke Getting A Little Love on Reddit (Top 100)

30 June 2014 - 07:08 PM




Bill Voth's June 11 OTA Impressions

11 June 2014 - 04:35 PM

First Team Offense Based Off Team Drills
QB Anderson; RB Williams; FB Tolbert; WR rotation Cotchery/Benjamin/Avant; 2TE sets Olsen/Dickson; LT/RT rotation Bell/Chandler; LG Dennis in for Silatolu; Kalil; RG Turner
First Team Defense Based Off Team Drills
Johnson; Addison in for Hardy; Lotulelei; Cole/Edwards/Short rotation; Davis; Kuechly; Blackburn; nickel – Benwikere; Cason; White/Norman rotation; Lester in for Harper; DeCoud
Punt Returners
Presley, Brown, Cason, Pilares
Overall Impressions
This was the third practice the media has been allowed to watch, and after a slower start, the Panthers did a lot more ones vs ones in team drills. Still a bit unfair to judge offensive line against defensive line in these practices. Overall impression is just how many spots are fluid heading into next week’s minicamp, and that’ll likely be the same story going into training camp.



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PFF on Punters (Chris Kluwer guest article)

11 June 2014 - 11:51 AM

... Here are the stats that allow you to figure out exactly how good or bad a punt was, based solely off what the punter can influence, and you can track them fairly easily by yourself.


... Distance ... Hangtime ... Location the ball was caught/landed ... Location the ball was kicked from ...


A good punt is a combination of distance and hangtime and location. Most of the time, you get two out of the three. If you’re trying to crush the ball for distance and hangtime, you don’t have much control over location. If you’re going for location and distance, hangtime suffers because you’re driving the ball to a certain spot. Trying to get location and hangtime means you’re sacrificing distance to get the ball up high over by the sideline.
This gives us a way to compare punters with differing styles.
We can assign a point value to distance ranges, hangtime ranges, and zone ranges, and then use those to determine just how good any given punt was, regardless of punting style. Hitting a ball up the middle of the field is easy, so you need a higher hangtime compared to how far the distance is (giving your coverage team a better chance to cover). Hitting the ball closer to the sideline becomes progressively more difficult, so we value distance and hangtime more than we would a ball down the middle of the field as it’s harder to get all three.
Well, existentially, not a whole lot, but in terms of football knowledge, now you know the difference between a good punter and a bad punter based on statistics that actually matter, as opposed to what might as well be a Buzzfeed Top-15 list. Armed with this knowledge, you can now fight crime, stop pollution, and feed starving children in Africa, all while saving 139% on your car insurance.
Or, you know, continue yelling for a beer on fourth down. Whatever floats your boat.




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