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@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 02:35 PM)

Didn't think this team would get embarrassed in any games this year. Yet, here we are.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 02:27 PM)

Wow Oher just got destroyed.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:55 PM)

I was wrong, it was only 34 yards.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:52 PM)

We may lose to a team that managed 60 first half yards.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:21 PM)

What the hell kind of spot was that?

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:20 PM)

Feeling for Cam right now. The WRs aren't getting open and the offensive line hasn't been protecting.

@  SuperCam : (25 September 2016 - 01:17 PM)

Agreed. This team is asleep again. Good opening 2 drives, but absolutely nothing since.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:17 PM)

Unreal. Another special teams disaster against the Vikings.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:14 PM)

It shouldn't be close right now. Their offense is lethargic. Field position has been too good to score just 10 points.

@  SuperCam : (25 September 2016 - 01:08 PM)

Seems like we're gonna make it interesting again this week.

@  226 : (25 September 2016 - 01:08 PM)

Gano has been incredibly average this year. Not worth the money we're paying him. Could pay any kicker to miss game winners and clunk field goals off the uprights.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 02:47 PM)

Gotta be smarter with the ball in that situation.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 02:46 PM)

Darn it Cam.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 02:33 PM)

We've got to keep the pressure on the 9ers. Maybe one more score to really put it away.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 01:19 PM)

I agree about the d-line. No pressure whatsoever.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 01:18 PM)

Darn. Not feeling too good about how close this game is at the moment.

@  panfanman : (18 September 2016 - 01:13 PM)

Our front 4 isn't getting pressure because our linebackers are having to shore up out secondary.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 01:09 PM)

Or a long, clock killing touchdown drive. Either way. We need more TDs if we want to put this thing away.

@  Flawless : (18 September 2016 - 01:09 PM)

Yeah it really does.

@  SuperCam : (18 September 2016 - 01:07 PM)

Alright. Now we need another quick score.

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Toggle %s Okay.... What the Absolute Hell was THAT?

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ Today, 09:57 AM

I kept looking around the room to see if somebody was playing a joke on me.  It looked almost scripted, it was so bad.


I couldn't help wonder if all the distractions going on in Charlotte had anything with the mood of the team, which seemed "down" from the opening whistle.


And our receivers not being targeted whatsoever disturbs me in a big way.  What the absolute hell??? :bag:


If this is the kind of season we are going to have, we'd better break out the bags now.



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Toggle %s Injury Report: Safety Ball Promoted from Practice Squad, Cameron Artis-Payne Gets Start

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ Yesterday, 10:48 AM

I'm excited to see what CAP can do when given the start.  He's another bruising runner a-la J-Stew, where Fozzy is more of a Deangelo Williams type of back.  Either way, I think both will have opportunities to turn heads today.


Ball has been around a couple of years, including playing twelve games for the Saints in 2014.  I hope he's in game shape, and don't believe he would have been promoted if he was not ready to go.  This is his chance to make it or break it as far as his career in the NFL.  If he can play, it's the chance he has needed.  If he has a bad outing, it might not bode well for him.  Here's to him having a career day!  :headbang:



CHARLOTTE – Defensive tackle Kawann Shorticon-article-link.gif and guard Trai Turnericon-article-link.gif are listed questionable for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings.


"They’ll play," head coach Ron Rivera said.


Short (shoulder) and Turner (ankle) were full participants at Friday’s practice. Rookie linebacker Jeremy Cashicon-article-link.gif (hamstring) did not practice all week and is doubtful.


Rivera said Cameron Artis-Payneicon-article-link.gif would start at running back in place of Jonathan Stewarticon-article-link.gif (hamstring), assuming the Panthers open in an offensive package that suits Artis-Payne.


That doesn't guarantee that Artis-Payne will get the bulk of the carries, Rivera added.




The Panthers filled their open spot on the active roster by elevating safety Marcus Ballicon-article-link.gif from the practice squad.


Ball spent the entire 2015 on Carolina’s practice squad. He played 12 games with two starts for the New Orleans Saints in 2014.


Ball takes the place of safety Dean Marloweicon-article-link.gif, who was placed on injured reserve after the victory over San Francisco with a hamstring injury.



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Posted By:  coffee @ 23 September 2016 - 11:14 AM

Mystery solved.  It finally registered why I think I'm looking at a Panthers article every time I glance at an Arizona article: The 1st 7 letters of "Cardinals" spell "Carolina."  The O and L are just squished together.


There are tons of vital issues that need our attention today.  But when I need to forget all else and relax with football stuff, I hate to go to football games, channels, articles and be force-fed political/social issues, etc.  This is my "get away" space.  You bring it here and you're invading my space.


We're as good as we've ever been... better.  I want to savor every moment of it.  I earned the right to enjoy this.  I waited for it.  I watched blowout losses until the last play for the sole reason of being able to say "I was there through the bad."  Many fans simply raise expectations when good times arrive and there's nothing wrong with that.  I want to do the opposite and digest every moment of joy knowing this is why I stayed.  This is my team.


Robbie's nephew in "The Wedding Singer" (the kid that tells him he's going to be in a mental institution) looks like an 8-year-old Jake Delhomme.


I love being able to watch football on Monday and Thursday.  But it doesn't feel like "Football Day."  When the Panthers play then, I feel like it's going to be a tougher game for them because I am not mentally prepared enough.

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Toggle %s Ha!! The Only Cornerback to Outperform Josh Norman on Sunday

Posted By:  PantherFan007 @ 21 September 2016 - 06:59 AM

Pro Football Focus listed Rookie Cornerback James Bradberry as the top Defensive Player this week, bumping Josh Norman to second place.  :headbang:

And cudos to Kelvin Benjamin for grabbing the #2 ranking on Offense. :headbang:



James Bradberry, CB, Carolina Panthers (93.3)

Ironically, the only cornerback to outperform Josh Norman this week was the rookie tasked with filling his shoes in Carolina. Going up against the 49ers receivers will help, but Bradberry allowed just one catch on seven targets, and it went for only six yards. He notched a pick and a pass defensed, and when targeted yielded a passer rating of 0.0.




Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Carolina Panthers (88.8)

Benjamin caught seven of the eight passes sent his way for 108 yards and two scores, but also snagged multiple receptions despite defensive backs all over him or laying a hit immediately as the ball arrived





And more about Bradberry (and Worley) here:



Cutting All-Pro players is a rarely successful personnel policy; throwing rookies in as replacements is even more of a risk. Cornerback James Bradberry is unlikely to reach Josh Norman’s level on a consistent basis, but he was outstanding against the 49ers. On seven throws into his coverage, he allowed only one catch for 6 yards, picked off a pass, and deflected another. Blaine Gabbert’s QB rating targeting him was 0.0.

Bradberry wasn’t the only rookie corner making plays for the Panthers, however; late-round selection Daryl Worley had a pass deflection of his own, and gave up only two short receptions otherwise. The best defenses rely on standout corners, increasing the pressure on the Panthers’ young contributors. They’ve responded well so far.



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