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November 30, 2008

First Quarter Summary

Score: Panthers 7, Packers 0

The Panthers came out wanting to start faster and did so, though they squandered some points with a fumble at the end of a 44-yard flea flicker pass from Jake Delhomme to Muhsin Muhammad on their first play from scrimmage.

Carolina scored later in the period on a 1-yard run by DeAngelo Williams, which was set up by his 27-yard run two plays earlier.

The Packers didn't cross midfield until late in the period but were driving in Panthers' territory when the period ended.

-- Charles Chandler

Posted by Observer Sports on November 30, 2008 at 01:47 PM | Permalink

Comments

Why in the hell can't the Panthers cover a WR in the slot who runs a 5 yard route??? They just drove the entire field throwing passes under ten yards. Wake up Trovac!

Posted by: J Thomas | Nov 30, 2008 2:13:56 PM

Yea I agree, 5 yrds shouldnt be hard to cover Peppers is getin pressure and Johnson is to. But You know their throwing and then they get the first down from a pass, give me a break.

Posted by: paul | Nov 30, 2008 2:41:09 PM

Yea I agree, 5 yrds shouldnt be hard to cover Peppers is getin pressure and Johnson is to. But You know their throwing and then they get the first down from a pass, give me a break.

Posted by: paul | Nov 30, 2008 2:41:12 PM

Jake Delhomme couldn't hit air if it was wide open for a pass.

Posted by: Nick | Nov 30, 2008 3:08:25 PM

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