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Jeremy Igo

Panthers PFF Grades - Offense

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You want to talk about our WR's eh? Our current #1 WR has 95 yards, that puts him right at 67th in the NFL. Behind 6 running backs.

Now tell me more about how our franchise quarterback is inconsistent.

He should go watch the god QB's game from last night, then come back and talk about inconsistency.

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The more I watch other teams play, the happier I am with our team. At this point there are a few teams that are gelling early and seem to be in the highest echelon. I would give ourself a B team rating. If we can continue to get the ugly wins it won't be long before we are firing on all cylinders and could potentially run with the A-teams. I love it when a plan comes together.  (Some of you will get that)

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Take out the first few drives and he would probably be positive.

Yeah, we had a very poor 1st quarter on offense.  But once we got going, it was nice, especially the 2nd quarter.  That's where we've been dominating on offense.  Here's the breakdown of our offensive production by quarter for both games:

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Also, I noticed we had a LOT more "big plays" on offense both running & passing in the Houston game than against Jacksonville.  It was 10 big plays against Houston (7 rushing / 3 passing) vs. 4 big plays against JAX (3 rushing / 1 passing).  ["Big plays" are defined as 10+ yard rush, 25+ yard pass.]  They were key in creating scoring opportunities.

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Suggestion:  We should never draft an OL again if Gettlemen can find them in the dumpster.

Hats off to Remmers and Norwell.

Prediction:  Remmers LT and Williams RT one day soon.

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This week's offensive grades from PFF highlight why their grading system should be taken with a very large grain of salt. One only needs to see Cam Newton with a negative grade to realize they are very subjective and lack context in the grading. 

 

I feel like PFF is the exact opposite.  They are extremely objective and grade the game by what a player does good and bad.  As a casual observer or a fan we can look at Cam's performance and subjectively say "well he carried the whole team on his back and willed the team to victory when it seemed everything else was against him".  But the PFF team isn't interested in that sort of thing.  They simply grade a player on the plays they make or don't make.  

I personally think PFF is great at exactly what they do, which is to give a completely unbiased, objective view of what the players do on the field.  Are they always right?  Of course not, but they are one of the most accurate sources for info like this around, feel like we should understand it for what it is.

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I pretty much agree with Cam's grade, things weren't going well early on.

Yeah, he missed a bunch of throws. This isn't that controversial.

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3 touchdowns (would have been 4 if not for the drop that turned into a pick), 271 total yards, and numerous first down scrambles (he was also our leading rusher) against one of the better defenses in the league.

I don't honestly know what game some of you guys are watching. Without Newton, we would not have won. It's that simple.

For real. Cam is playing the best football we've ever seen from him. He's throwing darts out there and if wasn't for our WR's dropping balls we'd have blown out both Jax and Houston.

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It would be nice to see Stew be able to run down hill instead of this slow developing run game we have. 

Poor run blocking causes that. There aren't any lanes for him to hit.

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Dude stew is getting positive yards most of the times he touches the ball and is also regularly turning a shitty blocked play into big gains. 

Go ask the Texans how easy it was to stop Stewart last week.

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I pretty much agree with Cam's grade, things weren't going well early on.

We're 2-0. How are things not going well early? That is some of the dumbest poo I've read on this forum. I bet if Luck with his 3 ints had won last night people wouldn't be season things aren't going well early. 

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We're 2-0. How are things not going well early? That is some of the dumbest poo I've read on this forum. I bet if Luck with his 3 ints had won last night people wouldn't be season things aren't going well early. 

Think by early he meant the first few drives of the game.  It's been taking Cam and his receivers awhile each game to get in a rhythm.

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