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Panthers minicamp observations and such


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4 hours ago, SBBlue said:

I think during this time of year, we can be a little freer with the main posts.  We've had posts on other teams lineman, superbowl 50, bold and meek predictions.   There isn't a ton of news so when a newscaster gives us some love, I thought it might generate some discussion.  I really didn't see it posted on this thread.

Hey, I'd never disparage you. You're a quality poster. 

Frankly that's a good bellwether post. Some posters on here would start a thread to share a pundit's tweet and would just get Poo'd into oblivion. Others would post the same and get praised. Comes down to their track record. You should feel flattered, because it speaks to the Huddle's high opinion of you. Rock on.

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22 minutes ago, Captroop said:

Hey, I'd never disparage you. You're a quality poster. 

Frankly that's a good bellwether post. Some posters on here would start a thread to share a pundit's tweet and would just get Poo'd into oblivion. Others would post the same and get praised. Comes down to their track record. You should feel flattered, because it speaks to the Huddle's high opinion of you. Rock on.

Nice of you to say.  I just post stuff that I think might stir up conversation....things I find interesting.

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On 6/22/2021 at 10:42 AM, SBBlue said:

Panthers minicamp observations: Sam Darnold didn’t have a great day, and that’s OK (yahoo.com)

Here's another summary article on our minicamp by the Charlotte Observer reporter.

Pretty much the same stuff reported on the thread.

 

Up front is where Darnold will see more noticeable improvement. He was pressured on 42.1% of his drop-backs in 2020, the second-highest rate in the league out of qualifying quarterbacks. Conversely, the ultra-conservative, get-it-out-quickly passer Teddy Bridgewater's pressure rate was just 30.9%. 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, KatsAzz said:

Up front is where Darnold will see more noticeable improvement. He was pressured on 42.1% of his drop-backs in 2020, the second-highest rate in the league out of qualifying quarterbacks. Conversely, the ultra-conservative, get-it-out-quickly passer Teddy Bridgewater's pressure rate was just 30.9%. 

 

Yes.   Howeer, we have new olineman and   we hope to take advantage of Darnolds range, which will take more time for those plays to develop.  It SHOULD be a better situation for Sam, but we really don't know what we're looking at yet.  We've tried to moneyball the line.  A lot of people think that is a bad plan.  I'm more wait and see, and give the new guys a chance.

 

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