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Panthers Had 10 Consecutive TDs on Red Zone Trips until PJs INTs


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6 minutes ago, hepcat said:

Stat we might have missed from yesterday!

 

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It was a good run and heck we might do it again. PJ looked good up until the field shrank in the end zone. He's got potential, but no real experience. You get PJ's arm with Teddy's knowledge and you'd have a heck of a QB.

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Everytime a stat comes up ... we fug it up... 

But PJ did serviceable for his first start. Comparing him to what I last saw from Grier he looked damn good. The placement on some of throws were impressive. He's got the physical traits and arm, if only he could improve his vision and decision making. 

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26 minutes ago, ColumbusCounty said:

Everytime a stat comes up ... we fug it up... 

But PJ did serviceable for his first start. Comparing him to what I last saw from Grier he looked damn good. The placement on some of throws were impressive. He's got the physical traits and arm, if only he could improve his vision and decision making. 

Actually we scored there when that stat came up, so 11... then INTs

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7 hours ago, kungfoodude said:

He's a gunslinger. Boneheaded INT's are just part of the price of admission. You weigh that with the fuging LASERS he was throwing between diving defenders into tight windows and those bombs deep. 

Jake was a gunslinger and most of us loved Jake because he was willing to give his players a shot at making a play.  Smitty reputation as a guy that would fight (most of the time win) for a ball thrown is because Jake was a gunslinger.  Brett Favre was probably the greatest Gunslinger.  You gotta take the bad with the good as long as the good outweighs the bad. 

PJ made mistakes and I have not doubt he'll correct it.  Just watch the zip he has compared to TB.   

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6 hours ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

Jake was a gunslinger and most of us loved Jake because he was willing to give his players a shot at making a play.  Smitty reputation as a guy that would fight (most of the time win) for a ball thrown is because Jake was a gunslinger.  Brett Favre was probably the greatest Gunslinger.  You gotta take the bad with the good as long as the good outweighs the bad. 

PJ made mistakes and I have not doubt he'll correct it.  Just watch the zip he has compared to TB.   

Exactly. Hence why I chuckle when people get upset at guys like Winston or Rivers. Gunslinging QB's are always the hero or the goat. 

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3 hours ago, electro's horse said:

how many games is that over?

and who cares if they couldn't get past the fifty in the previous game?

also, and this is just off my memory, but I think bridgewater has only attempted three passes all season into the actual end zone. 

Teddy’s reluctance to throw into the end zone is concerning.
 

But against the Lions on the first red zone INT, PJ had Curtis Samuel coming open to his right and he didn’t even look his way. The second one made me go WTF. So I’m not sure if it’s the scheme or playcalls when I do see guys that are open sometimes or the QBs themselves 

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