I am proud of this team's ability to fight back yesterday. Even though the team couldn't hold on, we had every reason to just roll over after getting down 24-7. No Kuechly, no Kalil, no Oher, no Addison, on the road against one of the AFC's best teams. I know a lot of people don't believe in "good losses" and I am one of them, but I can see that this Panthers team is better than its record indicates. There is silver lining for the future.
Hopefully... hopefully this front office has seen the need to boost the offensive line. Cam started slowly (He almost always does for whatever reason).
@ 14 November 2016 - 12:37 PM
I have some friends that place the blame of yesterdays lose squarely on Cam or even on KB.
Well I place it on an offensive line that is just that....Offensive.
Twenty play drive that ate up almost all of the third quarter and with the drive probably even into the fourth. Looked like at least three points but very possibly seven. This would in all likely hood have put the game away.
Instead negative yards on a run play, which was the case for much of the day, then two straight sacks. Not sacks where Cam stood there but sacks where he didn't have time to even look for a receiver. They came throw without even being touch by a Panther blocker.
Result a punt.
Game turned around.
This line has got to be addressed in the off season.