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Official Panthers at Saints Wildcard Gameday Thread.


Jeremy Igo

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At the very least , the Panthers players should be motivated to have a much better performance than last week . I'm sure they've been noticing the media dismissing their chances at winning as well. 

I think the offense is going to rebound. I'm actually more concerned about the defense thats been getting exposed week in and week out. If we can't stop the run we have no chance to win. 

I'll be looking particularly at the defenses ability to stop the run and if they force some turnovers. 

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what impressed me about the Falcons defense the last 2 weeks is that their secondary members are basically glued to WRs from Rams/Panthers . Its like the exact opposite of our DBs playing with 5 , 10 yard cushions and always taking terrible angles to tackle. You dont have to worry about giving up huge plays if you are being physical with the WRs and not allowing them any space from the snap

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