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Official Eagles at Panthers GameDay Thread


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Kinda wild game. 

 

We have a terrible inside OL, they have a great DT pair and guess what, they exploit it.

We have a good backend and DL and hurts can't do much as a pocket passer. 

 

So both teams are feasting on the others weakness.

 

Oh and Thomas makes a catch, is it Halloween!?!?

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1 minute ago, jb2288 said:

Olsen makes a good point. It possibly could’ve been DJ went out and Sam thought he was coming back in. If that’s the case, then whatever get it cleaned up and learn the playbook that’ll get ironed out. 

Agree looked like a miscommunication. Needs to be cleaned up but Sam is still a rookie in my eyes I see growing pains and no need to freak out.

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