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Official Panthers - 49ers Gameday Thread


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watching Kaep presser

 

"they are a good defense but today was more about our lack of execution"

 

 

what a dumbass

 

the fug, the panthers offense could say the same thing. Multiple missed blocks on blitzes and big drops on the receivers. Cam is more humble than kaep.

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the fug, the panthers offense could say the same thing. Multiple missed blocks on blitzes and big drops on the receivers. Cam is more humble than kaep.

 

I guess it's his way of saying...you guys didn't beat us. We simply didn't play well. LOL

 

Nah..I just think, like most QBs, he's looking at it from what he and his team didn't do on the field and not so much you guys didn't beat them.

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I was not nervous before that game.  I was at that game...and soon in shock.

 

This game is important.  I am a little nervous...but believe in this team.  I also believe in these coaches.  The thing they seem to do that we did not see before is make adjustments and I think that is huge (would have served us well in 08).

 

Panthers will win.

I was a little.  I really wanted for the temp to drop below 50, and for the weather to muddy the game up.  I had zero faith in Trgo's defense against that O.

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No. Billick said, "those are the type of passes that Cam Newton normally excels in", indicating, he missed the pass. 

 

He did not say, "Good Pass" by Cam. 

 

Just rewatched it, he said it was a pretty accurate pass but he struggles in the middle of the field with his touch

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