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#2470976 Game 5: Toronto Raptors @ Charlotte Bobcats

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 08:09 PM

I think my favorite play is the one where Sessions dribbles around for 16 seconds then drives out of control, leaves his feet, and throws a cross court pass to nobody.

We run it about three times a game.


#2470744 Umm Cam > Kaepernick, Defense = Awesome. Cant Waaaaiit

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 05:40 PM

Wilson was not comfortable against us, he just made some great plays while running for his life and his WRs made even greater plays bailing him out.

#2470739 Us against the Nation, and South Carolina

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 05:38 PM

On my Yahoo sports app it is SF 81% and CAR 21%.

Only states we lead is NC and SC.

That is with 17,000+ votes.

No one believes in us. Time to create some believers and baptize some people this weekend.

#2470140 Fua Has Been Moved To O-line!

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 12:47 PM

Man. You guys really hate Fua! :lol:

Like, would punch him in the nuts if you saw him type hate.

#2470120 ESPN Stats and Info: The Evolution of Newton and the Panthers

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 12:38 PM

I also think teams are adjusting how they are defending us. Trying to make Cam beat them more methodically, and to his credit he has for the most part.

#2470098 ESPN Stats and Info: The Evolution of Newton and the Panthers

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 12:21 PM



Since Week 3:

Panthers 5-1  point differential +104 

49ers  5-1   point differential +93

Broncos   5-1   point differential  +85


Three teams in the NFC have double-digit wins since last Thanksgiving, and you probably could name the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers, but would you also have guessed the Carolina Panthers?

The surprise team of the NFC, the Panthers are on a roll, winning five of their past six games with the largest scoring differential in the league during that stretch.

Cam Newton has found another gear in his third season, and along with one of the league’s best defenses, the Panthers are poised for a run. A marquee matchup this week with the San Francisco 49ers is one of only two games in Week 10 between teams currently seeded in the playoffs.

Newton is already known for his ground attack, leading all quarterbacks with 182 rushes and 12 rushing touchdowns since the start of last season. 

Among quarterbacks with at least 25 rush attempts over that span (approximately one per game), Newton’s average of 1.41 yards per rush after contact leads the league. His opposing quarterback Sunday, Colin Kaepernick, ranks 11th with an average of 0.78 yards per rush after contact.

That said, Newton will face his toughest test yet against a 49ers defense that has allowed an NFL-low 1.07 yards after contact per rush to all rushers this season.

Newton also has posted career highs in Total QBR and completion percentage this season. He currently ranks 10th in completion percentage, compared to Kaepernick's ranking of 28th.

Newton’s improved numbers coincide with a shift in his approach to the passing game.

In his first two seasons, Newton ranked fourth in the NFL in average air yards per throw, trailing only Matthew Stafford and Eli Manning in pass attempts more than 15 yards downfield. And for a while, it worked.

This season, Newton has struggled with the deep ball, ranking last in completion percentage on throws more than 15 air yards.

To their credit, the Panthers have adjusted, and Newton’s game has evolved in Year 3. His profile has changed from "deep passer" to one of the best in the NFL at the underneath throw.

Newton ranks third in the NFL and leads the NFC with a 74.6 completion percentage on attempts of 15 yards or fewer. He leads the NFC and trails only Peyton Manning with a Total QBR of 85.5 on such passes.

His adjustment in pass length could work well against a 49ers defense known for playing a deep Cover 2, which should encourage Newton to take what the 49ers give him and keep it clean underneath.


With Newton finding his stride and a Carolina defense that ranks second in the NFL in rushing and scoring defense, the Panthers will be a tough matchup in what could be a playoff preview with the 49ers Sunday.



#2470058 what 49er fans are saying

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 11:55 AM

BTW, San Francisco's defense is 27th in the NFL in TDs to FGs ratio, are 20th in red zone points, and are 28th in Red Zone TDs.


If we take care of the ball, we will score points.  If we throw picks, have some drops, or turn it over in general, it will be a lot like the Zona game.


#1 priority should be protect the football.  If we do that we will win.  If we don't, we won't. 

#2470047 what 49er fans are saying

Posted by teeray on 06 November 2013 - 11:45 AM

Logical 49er fans know it will be a good game but we have no reason to believe we will lose to the Panthers. We simply we know we are the better team.


Other than the fact that statistically we have a better offense and defense than both Indy and Seattle?  Our defense has been comparable to SF and our offense has been better?


You can question our secondary all you want, but we are #1, I will say that again, #1 in the NFL in interceptions per defensive possession.


Our defense is also #1 in the NFL in turnovers per drive as we are also #5 in fumbles per drive.


You guys better be able to run the ball against us and take care of the ball or else you will be in more trouble than you think.

#2469655 Game 4: Charlotte Bobcats @ New York Knicks

Posted by teeray on 05 November 2013 - 10:40 PM

And seriously on Sessions. I would not mind Pargo getting some of his minutes.

#2468862 We resigned piggy!

Posted by teeray on 05 November 2013 - 03:13 PM


#2468376 Week 10 power rankings

Posted by teeray on 05 November 2013 - 10:44 AM

I want a win so bad this weekend. I want a win every weekend, but really want to beat these jokers.

#2467875 Incognito

Posted by teeray on 04 November 2013 - 10:30 PM

Wouldn't matter Smitty would put his ass on IR within 24 hours

#2467703 If Jeff Otah is rehabilitated....

Posted by teeray on 04 November 2013 - 09:01 PM


#2467588 If we come out of the Pats game at 5-5, we will still be in good shape.

Posted by teeray on 04 November 2013 - 08:02 PM

wouldn't call it "good shape", but we will still have a chance.


I got a better idea, let's be 7-3 and be in amazing shape

#2467585 Jonathon Martin

Posted by teeray on 04 November 2013 - 08:00 PM

The Dolphins are culpable for even bringing in a guy that is a known asshole to their team.   Not only that but he was on the so called "leadership council".  It wasn't like this guy wasn't known for being a jerk before they brought him in.


Give me a break.  I hope we crush those fuggers in a couple of weeks.  Just a poo organization