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nosuchthingasapanther

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#2971203 Where in the fug was our run defense?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on Yesterday, 10:48 PM

on the field all night. Everyone gets tired.


the kraken doesn't get tired.

tired gets the kraken.


#2971160 Where in the fug was our run defense?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on Yesterday, 10:45 PM

the run defense is on the exemption list.


#2971156 Official Panthers - Steelers Gameday Thread

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on Yesterday, 10:44 PM

And he hit 68+ percent of them.


there's always room for improvement. there's nothing wrong with stating that newton needs to make faster decisions/throws.


#2971046 Official Panthers - Steelers Gameday Thread

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on Yesterday, 10:37 PM

Anderson is such a better passer


the difference is he makes faster decisions and pulls the trigger MUCH faster.


#2971026 Official Panthers - Steelers Gameday Thread

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on Yesterday, 10:35 PM

about that argument that newton doesn't hold on to the ball too long?

anderson pulls the trigger A LOT faster.


#2967845 tonite's inactives

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on Yesterday, 06:04 PM

David Newton ‏@DNewtonespn · 1m
#Panthers inactives: RB DeAngelo Williams, QB Joe Webb, S Tre Boston, WR Jerricho Cotchery, RB Fozzy Whittaker, G Norwell. OT Foucoult.


#2965613 DeAngelo Williams, Jason Avant, Jericho Cotchery questionable for Sunday

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 20 September 2014 - 10:27 AM

questionable on the panthers injury report is the same as being listed probable.

they will all play.


#2965609 BBR run game break down...some good stuff.

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 20 September 2014 - 10:20 AM

breaking down: good and bad of the panthers' ground game

i love the play break down analysis. a very good read.


#2964285 Can you relate?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 19 September 2014 - 09:24 AM

smith lost his team the moment he declared mccown his starting qb.

 

glennon showed promise and was gaining the respect of his team, and smith came in and completely trainwrecked a foundation that was starting to form.




#2962651 So who gets the roster spot?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 18 September 2014 - 12:28 PM

Jonathan Jones ‏@jjones9 · 12s
If Panthers sign a RB from the practice squad, it'd be Darrin Reaves before Lache Seastrunk. He's still digesting the playbook.


#2962280 The Shutout

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 18 September 2014 - 09:05 AM

this sunday.

this team will take it's frustrations out on waffleburger and company on national tv.

God help those poor steelers.


#2957275 kalil on carolina's biggest flaw so far...

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 16 September 2014 - 09:15 AM

run blocking...
 

"It's a little bit of the offensive line not doing a good job of being consistent,'' Kalil said. "We've done a really good job of pass blocking, but we just have to be better [run blocking]. We can't have a 'my bad' from one player on one play and then another guy the next play.''


"You can't let guys go that we're responsible for,'' Kalil said. "It's one thing to get beat. That's going to happen. But you can't not block a guy that you're supposed to block. That starts with me. I've got to make sure everybody is on the same page.

"But that's a big part of it. You can't let guys run free and take shots at the running back.''


Coach Ron Rivera called it a "tough day'' for the running game. He hopes the return of all-time leading rusher DeAngelo Williams helps on Sunday night against Pittsburgh.

But even with Williams the Panthers had only 54 yards through three quarters of the opener against Tampa Bay.


Jonathan Stewart led Carolina with 37 yards against the Lions. Twenty-two of those came on one run.

"And those yards were all from second effort on his part,'' Kalil said. "Imagine if we could block a little better for him how many yards he could get.''

"Jonathan, he just ran his butt off. Even on the [2-yard] touchdown, he had three guys on him. If you watch film on it, it's unbelievable. We've got to do a better job of blocking for him.''


i expect a much improved performance from the oline this sunday night against the steelers. there was definitely a lot of run for improvement the past couple of weeks, but at the same time the lions' and buccaneers' defensive lines are pretty tough to run on...the steelers, not as much.


#2955921 Who will be our DC next season?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 15 September 2014 - 06:32 PM

the answer is already on the staff.




#2955600 PFF now Loves Keuchly

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 15 September 2014 - 03:38 PM

They track individual performances, judge them on a series of metrics, then give them a +/- based on the average performance at their position, or how positively/negatively they impacted the game. 

 

this.

 

in other words, pff doesn't rate players based just on concrete stats.

 

perfect example...think stewart struggled in the run game against detroit?  nope. he graded positive.

 

instead of looking at the stat that stewart ran for 2 yards, they look at why he ran for 2 yards.

 

if he got no help from the oline, punched 3 defenders in the mouth, and dragged 2 more on his back to go 2 yards, he gets a positive score for that run.

 

if he misses a hole created by the line and goes down on first contact, he grades negative for that run.
 




#2953155 Seems we are in the national spotlight for the wrong reasons again

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 14 September 2014 - 07:54 PM

what's the infatuation with wanting the media to nuthug the panthers?

 

 






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