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Did you play o-line?

09 September 2014 - 06:09 PM

Question for you ex-offensive linemen...


Yesterday, the Panthers rotated o-linemen due to conditioning and heat concerns. Rivera talked about how it helped having fresh bodies coming in. So the question is, why don't we see this more often?


I understand the chemistry and communication issues. Are these not perhaps offset by getting occasional rest during the game? D-lines rotate all the time. Why is it important for them but not for o-linemen?


This is something I've often wondered about. And to take it a step further, you could tailor personnel groupings to the play call, i.e. better pass protection vs pulling specialists, etc.


Educate me Huddle.

I really hope no one associated with the Panthers or their family members visited the H...

05 January 2014 - 10:19 PM

Some of the attitudes displayed on this site today should be an embarrassment to Panther fans everywhere. This is supposed to be the premier fan site for the Carolina Panthers, a 12-4 team that's 11-1 in their last 12 games, yet many on here are acting as though we have no shot against San Fran.


I hear the whiny comments about how we almost lost to Atlanta on the road and now have to face the all-powerful 49'ers. How many of you watched the 9'ers almost lose at home to those same Falcons save for a fluke interception?


I can feel your fear when you talk about how San Fran had players missing during our first meeting. The only significant 49'er missing was Crabtree. Vernon Davis played. Aldon Smith played. We beat them at home on the scoreboard and we beat them up physically. And guess what, we had players on IR too.


I see the lack of respect some of you are giving to our coaches and players. The same people that got us to the number 2 seed now aren't good enough? If you seriously feel this way, it's probably time for you to stick to fantasy football.


If anyone associated with the Panthers happens to see this, know that the majority of us share your confidence that we can beat anyone, and that starts with the 49'ers next Sunday.

Smitty vs. Talib

19 November 2013 - 12:44 AM

Talib may be a dick, but he is one of the top CB's in the game. 


So how sweet was it to see a 34 year old Smitty make him look like a fool on prime time television?


Number 89 can still bring it.

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