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Panthers vs Browns Running Commentary

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by Black&Black, Sep 6, 2022.

  1. Black&Black

    Black&Black Try My Product

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    Ben McAdoo's karaoke impersonation of Sean McVay is adorable and hilarious. If you can't hire a good OC, you might as well get one as comic relief, so good on Rhule. As for the offensive line, we might have to consider the possibility of James Campen being completely fraudulent. I know Aaron Rodgers recommended him, but Aaron Rodgers also recommended 57 year old Randall Cobb to be one his starting wide receivers. The truth is, Green Bay drafts a shitload of offensive linemen. Some of them pan out just by law of averages, and giving the position coach credit for this strategy is ludicrous.




    The explanation for the bad run defense is straightforward: The Panthers wanted to play nickle all game, and the Browns wanted to run the ball.


    Nail, meet hammer.
     
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    presidence99 es lo que hay.

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    remember Russ Grimm head coach candidate?
     
  3. y2b

    y2b King of QC

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    That's the key to beating the Browns, you have to shut down the passing game and make them beat you with the run. Especially with Jacoby Brissett. He will light a defense up!
     
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    I know Baltimore specifically didn't have a great rushing output Sunday, but what I like about teams like the Ravens and Browns is that they prove the Bull Ratio can still being effective. Teams didn't start throwing the ball 60% of the time because it became harder to run the ball. They started throwing 60% of the time because they envy the four or five teams that have elite QBs/WRs. If you don't have the components, you can still throw the ball if you want, but defenses aren't taking you seriously and your offensive line becomes a bunch of tired, weak, pass setting pansies. You're doing what the charts and graphs are telling you to do, but at the expense of being a hollowed-out, lethargic mess that can't score in the redzone.
     
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    barry49s Ain’t good for nothing

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    dig-it Paddy O'Chair

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    "For the Panthers, Burns was fined $15,914 for a hit on Cleveland quarterback Jacoby Brissett."
     

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