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  1. As much as it pains me to say it, yes. An injured Cam does not help us win close games. What makes Cam so dangerous is his ability to throw the deep ball and make plays with his legs. But, when he can't throw deep and won't run, he has to rely on short and intermediate passes - of which his timing and accuracy has not been on par with Allen. I may be wrong here, but when Cam's confidence is down, so too is the offense's. At this point, Allen appears to be the better, more confident option. Allen is playing good ball right now and is hitting on the passes that Norv's offense is built on. I'd like to see Allen continue under Center until there is a reason to put someone else in.
  2. Wondering if they did that in case there was a need to audible out of a run and into a pass since Bonnafan is such a strong receiving RB?
  3. Loved this quote from Allen: “I kept telling myself this: Have a plan when you come to the line of scrimmage every play, right?” he said. “And don’t make it more difficult than it needs to be, so one play at a time. It’s a long game.”
  4. Offensively Did anyone else notice how much quicker the team broke the huddle with Allen under Center? There didn't seem to be as many hurried plays at the line. Because of that, there wasn't a need to waste timeouts. I really liked the pace, accuracy, and decision making of Allen today. Even when pressured, Allen had a great feel for the pocket and found open receivers. It was good to see the swagger from the team as they rallied around their confident QB. Great running by McCaffrey, but there's no reason he should have been in the game when it was clearly over. Amazing what opens up when the defense must respect the deep ball. In this offense, the QB must be able to deliver the layups. Allen did that today. We have the talent to move the ball as long as the QB can deliver well-timed passes. Defensively It was nice seeing the pressure dialed up when we knew they were going to pass. Kudos to the young guys for showing up when given the chance. Still need to work on the arm tackles in the secondary. Action Jackson is feast or famine. He reminds me so much of Josh Norman in that aspect.
  5. From a previous Panthers staff member: "That's what they asked for when they brought Hurney back....no big picture or leadership. Blueprint is out there how to beat Carolina."
  6. I noticed this morning when walking to my desk that the practice bubble is complete. I didn't see a post on this, if there is one, feel free to merge or delete.
  7. Luke carries on the Carolina tradition of great linebackers on and off the field. The guy has 1st ballot Hall of Fame written all over him! He's easily the best inside LB in the game and thrilled he's locked down for several more years. @F3_ItalianJob
  8. my favorites date back to a time when our tailgates featured delhomme, beason, and muhammad jerseys. zod, johnny rockets, jase, mush, panthro, kurb, scrum, mr. scot, hawk, rannuci, bo in monroe, cosmo girl, alvarez, dimbee, pstall, go to girl, vampi, tattoorhino, monkeybutt, powerless dan, life is a garden, and dmorgan
  9. bacon, egg, and cheese on toast with OJ (the drink, not the murderer)
  10. Congrats, Dustin!!! Beautiful pics...

  11. congrats, and good luck today

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