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cew28315039


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

l3lind golfer wrote:
Great shutout win for the Panthers. Our defense sucks, we didn't have an offense today. We need to just draft BPA no matter the position.


umm this game was far from the Ds fault this was 100% of the Offenses fault


the D played very well and Tye played very well against Jonson and Smith all game

OJ had a not so good game but it wasnt terrible but he definetly should have knocked down that ball to Smith
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cew28315039 wrote:
l3lind golfer wrote:
Great shutout win for the Panthers. Our defense sucks, we didn't have an offense today. We need to just draft BPA no matter the position.


umm this game was far from the Ds fault this was 100% of the Offenses fault


the D played very well and Tye played very well against Jonson and Smith all game

OJ had a not so good game but it wasnt terrible but he definetly should have knocked down that ball to Smith


Atowge other than that one mistake, played great, he forced to fumbles and was always there when there was a run to his side threating.

And lets be honest, Steve Smith has burned Ed Reed, atleast Atogwe was there.
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wait i shouldnt blaim this all on the O i actually blame all this on Linehans play calling 7 runs is absolutly terrible

i thought his plan was to run the ball at least 20 times a game Confused

this is the first time i have been absolutly disgusted with the play calling
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 8:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cew28315039 wrote:
wait i shouldnt blaim this all on the O i actually blame all this on Linehans play calling 7 runs is absolutly terrible

i thought his plan was to run the ball at least 20 times a game Confused

this is the first time i have been absolutly disgusted with the play calling


Boy I'mglad I'm didn't watch the game... The stats are just disgusting... pitiful... Bulger sacked 7 times and still passed it 34 times and dropped back 41 for the game... just rediculous. What kind of playcalling is that? man thats 2 str8 wasted seasons.
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It seems like plays that Bulger completed were short dump-offs to Steve Jackson. Thank god Jackson is a great receiver out of the backfield, or Bulger probably wouldn't have completed anything today. There were a lot of drops by Bruce, Holt, McDonald, and Curtis though.
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Its that time of year again rams fans...time to set up the draft boards!!
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Good luck to you guys the rest of the way. It was a very hard fought victory for us. You guys are on the cusp of something special. If Pace had of played I might be a little upset right now. You guys have, for me, two of the most respected Panthers of all time. So, I wish you and them well in the future.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 11:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

titan52490 wrote:


Atowge other than that one mistake, played great, he forced to fumbles and was always there when there was a run to his side threating.
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Sorry, but when the Carolina Panthers run for more than 220 yards against you...I don't think ANYONE played the run good on that defense..
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Peppers90 wrote:
titan52490 wrote:


Atowge other than that one mistake, played great, he forced to fumbles and was always there when there was a run to his side threating.
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Sorry, but when the Carolina Panthers run for more than 220 yards against you...I don't think ANYONE played the run good on that defense..


Well when the first play he has is 10 yards downfield he isnt gonna make a whole lotta stops in the backfield

as a Rams fan we're just happy it was 400 yards rushing.
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