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September 13, 2009

Eagles at Panthers game coverage links

Links to game coverage of Philadelphia at Carolina:

Game story: Panthers loss is of epic proportions / Charlotte Observer

Fowler: Fox's seat just got a little hotter / Charlotte Observer

Sorensen: How long can Panthers go with Jake? / Charlotte Observer

Scott Says: Worst opener in Panthers history / Charlotte Observer

Tom Talks: Panthers fans hit turnstiles, tailgates / Charlotte Observer

Seven key plays in Panthers vs. Eagles / Charlotte Observer

Panthers vs. Eagles, the Grades / Charlotte Observer

Eagles at Panthers game summary, stats / Charlotte Observer

Eagles at Panthers photo gallery / Charlotte Observer

Loss reminds players of January, Arizona / Charlotte Observer

Notebook: Peppers says 'We're not going to panic' / Charlotte Observer

Video: Hit on McNabb late? Judge for yourself / Charlotte Observer

Poll: Should Panthers bench Jake Delhomme? / Charlotte Observer 

Panthers stick with Delhomme despite attrocious loss / Rock Hill Herald

Photo gallery / Rock Hill Herald

7 Panthers turnovers lead to loss to Eagles / Gaston Gazette

Smith targeted often, seldom found / Gaston Gazette

Grading the Panthers / Gaston Gazette

Fox says Delhomme is starter vs. Atlanta / Gaston Gazette

Eagles demolish Panthers, lose McNabb / Philadelphia Inquirer

McDermott puts first stamp on Eagles' D / Philadelphia Daily News

Eagles report card / Philadelphia Daily News

Posted by Observer Sports on September 13, 2009 at 11:15 PM | Permalink

Comments

BTW, anyone who is still asking for Cowher is a moron. I still don't think Fox should go: Hurney & the Richardsons, yes; Special teams coach, absolutely; Davidson, after three years with the offense and all of his starters coming back and he draws up those lame wildcat formations, probably.

---BTW, can Davidson not find a way to get his players open, or is Jake that dumb that, after 8 years (3 with this coordinator), he still can't find who is open and targets receivers who have double coverage intentionally??

Posted by: SYRPIS | Sep 14, 2009 12:06:23 AM

And, BTW--- if you are gonna be calling for fresh blood, why Cowher??? ---"Meh-eh-eh-eh." There are a few great coaches out there that would love to take over this team right now (and Cowher only fulfills the latter part of that). How about Tony Dungy, Mike Shannahan or even Joe Gibbs. I mean the guy gets one superbowl after a decade with the same team (and immediately bolts cause he knows he can't repeat---got lucky) and these jokers must be on his payroll by the way they have been promoting him, and you sheople want to dub him as the second coming or something. WAKE UP!!!

Posted by: SYRPIS | Sep 14, 2009 12:10:55 AM

Tony dungy?? He only won one super bowl with PAYTON MANNING!! Joe Gibbs is like 88 years old! You would really keep John fox after it is obvious he has lost the trust of this team?? What are you smoking????

Posted by: Jeff | Sep 14, 2009 1:45:57 AM

You will think I still have my rose colored glasses on, but I'm not prepared to panic yet. JP had a great game, sack, 5 tackles, 2 passes diffenced, 1 forced fumble and 1 blocked field goal. Thomas Davis played like a man possessed and D-Will looked good early.
At this point, I have to hope that those players who play w/fire and intensity will influence those who don't. I'm afraid that some on the team may start having the attitude and lack of confidence so many fans are already embracing. It's one game. If the team can get angry and play angry (and sit Jake for at least 1 game) I believe this loss can work to our benifit.
So come on Jon, JP, Chris H., D-Will and J-Stew be the leaders I know you are. Don't give in to the nay-sayers. Go out there and play like the Champions I know you are.

Posted by: rawjem | Sep 14, 2009 9:16:36 AM

I like the idea of trading for T-Jax, the kids got a lot of potential.

Posted by: rawjem | Sep 14, 2009 10:38:30 AM

The Panthers are still loaded with talent. Fox hasn't lost the team yet. Delhomme is capable of turning this around. We need to pass protect better and give him a chance to get in a rythm. The defense did not have a horrible day. 270 total yards allowed is respectable. It's too early to panic. A win against Atlanta will go a long way toward righting this ship.

Posted by: Jim | Sep 14, 2009 10:49:19 AM

Iggles should've been flagged constantly for 12 men on the field. Too bad their 12th man was incognito in a #17 Panther's disguise. Tricky tricky......

Posted by: EricH | Sep 14, 2009 11:36:08 AM

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