September 28, 2009
#Panthers' inactives include Harris, Hoover, Brown, Diggs
Almost to the fullest extent possible, based on last week's injury report, injuries have taken a huge toll on the Panthers' list of inactives for tonight's game at Dallas.
Fullback Brad Hoover is out with a back injury, and so are safety Chris Harris (knee), rookie defensive end Everette Brown (ankle), and linebacker Na'il Diggs (ribs).
Of those four, only Diggs was listed as out on the injury report released Saturday.
Also inactive are running back Tyrell Sutton, tackle Garry Williams, and guard Duke Robinson.
A.J. is the No. 3 (emergency) quarterback.
-- Charles Chandler
Posted by Observer Sports on September 28, 2009 at 07:10 PM | Permalink
No surprises here....
Posted by: Bryan Brackney | Sep 28, 2009 7:22:58 PM
I can't help but keep posting this, since I can hear what some of you are thinking...
Deangelo Williams fumbles the ball and John Fox wasted a first round pick for him. They should fire Fox!
Kemoatu, Hayden, and Leanord get injured. Also Harris and Diggs get injured too. That is way too many injuries. Bill Cowher didn't have that many injuries on defense! They should bring him in.
Cowher made the Superbowl in his third year and was they youngest coach (at that time) to make it to a Superbowl. In only his 15th season as a head coach with the same team, he won a superbowl and immediately retired, only to make a move and lobby for a different coaching position in the Carolinas.
Fox made it to the Superbowl in only his second year and in his seven years with the same team, he has not won the Superbowl. Last year his team dominated and most had them picked (even from the beginning of the year) as a Superbowl favorite. The handsome and mosts winningneststed Panther QB in history had a uncharacteristic game, fumbling and throwing interceptions, and so the team had an embarrassing performance. I know so cause the TV said so. It was only one bad performance so he deserved a big contract because I love to go to Hardee's in the morning and Mr. Richardson is so wonderful. Anyway, Fox didn't bring in a good backup QB, and I don't care how much cap space he had. So it's John Fox's fault that Jake sucks, even though he has a run first offense and it has been said by many that he does not give Jake many opportunities. Fox should have never made that contract that much for Jake. It makes Jake nervous. Did I say how much I love Jake. He is the reason this team wins so much! GO JAKE!
So, in conclusion, we should fire Fox and hire Cowhard!! Go Cowhard!!! I love Cowhard too!!!!!
Oh did I say that Fox only makes the playoffs every other year on average and has way too many injuries on his team!
Posted by: Typical Panther Fan | September 20, 2009 at 11:06 PM
Posted by: SYRPIS | Sep 28, 2009 7:39:31 PM
BTW, why is Chucky/Popeye (Jon Gruden) kissing Panther butt for the last couple of weeks? Don't tell me he is lobbying for the position too!? Cowher is one thing. At least I was his fan for years while he was in Pittsburgh, but Popeye!?! Please tell me I am reaching.
Posted by: SYRPIS | Sep 28, 2009 7:42:59 PM
All teams face adversity in a season. given the choice of facing within the first 3 games, or the final 3 - I chose the first. Don't get me wrong. The problems on the team are evident. However, there is nothing that canot be repaired. One suggestion is to utilize all offensive weapons; where are the offensive sets that include D'Wil, Smith, and Goodson at the same time. Defensively - turn the horses lose. The blitz package is almost nonexistent. Why? Panthers fans must rally around the team - not turn on them. Be honest - but above all, remain loyal.
Posted by: Richey Rich | Sep 28, 2009 8:09:34 PM
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