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#2897437 Guys..

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 18 August 2014 - 08:09 PM

i read this earlier today.

either the light has come on for fua...or san francisco is in BIG trouble.


#2896816 J Stew

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 18 August 2014 - 12:25 PM

I'm not going to lie, the blocking was piss when deangelo was out there. But it got a lot better in the second quarter

 

no it didn't. the pass protection and run blocking were the same. it progressively looked better because newton started to knock the rust off and stewart is better suited to operate it behind it.

 

the line made it possible for stewart to run untouched into the endzone on his second td, but his other three runs were a result of his efforts.

 

his other two redzone carries he was hit at the line, but he muscled his way in for a td on one and an addition 2-3 yards on another.

 

his 17 yard run was a combination of both him and the line. the line created a tight crease, but stewart is the only rb on the roster with the burst to get thru it before it closed.

 

 
 




#2890629 Official Panthers - Chiefs Predictions Thread....

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 14 August 2014 - 05:46 PM

carolina is able to successfully run the ball.




#2888528 Not one fight in camp this year....not a punch thrown

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 13 August 2014 - 05:15 AM

there may not have been any punches thrown, but i'm positive tempers have flared up once or twice.


#2888323 we have heard about kk's progression. what about star?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 12 August 2014 - 08:29 PM

Meh, Wilfork averages 3.6 sacks a season and he's viewed as one of the best DTs of this era. If Star can average that amount every season, then that's a fugging win in my opinion.

 

haloti ngata, one of the absolute best in the business and who star is a spitting image of on the field, only averages 2.9 sacks per season.

 

can star improve on his pass rush? sure.

 

ultimately, it's not an area of concern because it's not a nose tackle's primary assignment.
 




#2888272 Who's the guy that you're glad you don't have?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 12 August 2014 - 07:26 PM

dare i say steve smith and be serious about it?


it's who i'm glad we don't have.

i have no hatred for the man or wish him any ill will, and respect all of his contributions to the panthers...it was just time to cut ties and move on.


#2888201 we have heard about kk's progression. what about star?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 12 August 2014 - 06:24 PM

it's not star's job progress into a pass rusher. the sacks he accumulates is just icing on the cake. his job is to control/collapse the pocket and not allow the ball to get past him.




#2888172 Panthers Training Camp - Final Thoughts

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 12 August 2014 - 06:03 PM

as already stated...but can't be stated enough, thank you for all the work you put in this offseason Jeremy.

 

your coverage of camp this season was very refreshing and more unique than those of the people i usually follow...and i follow a lot of people.

 

keep up the good work!!!




#2887714 Bell can win the LT position vs Chiefs.

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 12 August 2014 - 11:59 AM

bell "won" the job by default when gross retired.

the rest of this stuff is just fluff.


#2886521 does barner make the team?

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 11 August 2014 - 03:36 PM



from rotoworld...
 

The Associated Press has "growing concern" over Kenjon Barner sticking on the final roster.

It would be a bit of a surprise as Barner brings value as a possible return man and only needs to hold off Darrin Reaves for No. 4 running back duties. Still, the early part of Barner's career has not been promising. He earned just eight touches from scrimmage as a rookie while battling foot/ankle issues.


barner has done nothing. it can be a result of being stuck behind stewart, williams, and tolbert by default...but how does that explain reaves coming out of no where and taking advantage of the window of opportunity due to injuries and having more success than him?

does gettlemen play the wait and see role because of potential, or is barner done?


#2886501 Jonathan Stewart says Panthers have DEEPEST and BEST backs in the NFL

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 11 August 2014 - 03:20 PM

he's right...they just haven't done squat to show it since 2008-2009

 

we got a glimpse of it in 2011...but chud was too retarded to take advantage of it.




#2886488 looks like Bell and Williams at LT so far

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 11 August 2014 - 03:11 PM

this is without a doubt one of the biggest doom and gloom threads i've read in a long on the huddle.

 

it's been 5-6 seasons since the panthers have had a respectable offensive line (2008)...and i can't remember the last time the panthers had decent depth anywhere on the offensive line. there was zero depth in 2008. carolina just got lucky, and for the most part everyone stayed healthy for the whole season.

 

how about letting things play out before announcing the death of cam newton.




#2886219 looks like Bell and Williams at LT so far

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 11 August 2014 - 11:02 AM

i don't think it's been as much of a carnival ride as people may think it's been.

 

the job's been bell's to lose almost the second gross decided to retire. i think the competition for the spot has really been for who can fill the spot if something happens to bell.




#2886154 8/11 Practice Thread

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 11 August 2014 - 10:18 AM

David Newton ‏@DNewtonespn · 29s
Cam on read option left. Looks quick a.d fluid. #Panthers


#2886141 8/11 Practice Thread

Posted by nosuchthingasapanther on 11 August 2014 - 10:10 AM

Jeremy Igo ‏@CarolinaHuddle · 33s
Stewart stifled in the backfield. Second string OL struggles continue.




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