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The Shutout

18 September 2014 - 09:00 AM

As talked about in the Huddle podcast, many members of the Panthers defense have said that it is their goal to pitch a shutout every game this year. I know, I know, "of course the defense would say that" but something feels a tad different here than just normal confidence speak (confispeak?).

I think this week is one of the best chances this team will have for keeping an opponent off the scoreboard entirely. That said, Tampa was able to move pretty well against us towards the end and two made field goals and one caught TD would have made Detroit a much different story.

So what say you? Will the defense be able to achieve the goal of a shutout, this week or moving forward?

Personally, I say yes and I say it happens Sunday.

Side note: any of you little wimps who think expressing confidence in the team will somehow cause football voodoo to work against us can kindly fug right off. <3

So the Steelers...

15 September 2014 - 07:49 AM

I haven't seen a minute of their play outside of that meaningless preseason game. On paper, they look fairly substandard, but their first two games were against division rivals and we all know divisional games are just "different". So would someone be so kind as to clue me in on what we're looking at this Sunday?

Thanks so much. <3 you.

Kings of the South

14 September 2014 - 03:09 PM

Only took two weeks eh?

Blaster Master

04 March 2014 - 08:23 PM

The song is whatever, but the video is pretty cool.

Top Defenses Ready To Dominate League

06 February 2014 - 08:45 PM

NFL.com article. Worth a read as it is based around the idea that the league is moving away from high powered offenses and instead towards simplified, talent based defenses. Anyway, Panthers:




1) Carolina Panthers


The Panthers finished the regular season hot on the Seahawks' heels in two important defensive statistical categories, ranking just behind league-leading Seattle in points and yards allowed (Carolina yielded just 15.1 and 301.2 per game, respectively). Their defense also played a key role in their run to the NFC South title; after starting slowly, Carolina won 11 of its last 12 contests in 2013, limiting the opponent in each win to 20 points or fewer.


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