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September 30, 2010

Carolina Panthers links for Thursday

    Thursday's Carolina Panthers links:

Sorensen: Clausen will be the best passing quarterback the Panthers have ever had / Charlotte Observer

Panthers poised to run wild vs. Saints? / Observer

Notebook: DL not slowed by constant change / Observer

Win tickets to Bears at Panthers / Observer

Panthers switch up film study for accountability / Gaston Gazette

Smith defuses rumors of spat with Clausen / Gazette

Saints Brees nursing sore knee, says he's fine / N.O. Times-Picayune

Brees will wear knee brace on Sunday / Yahoo! Sports

Posted by Observer Sports on September 30, 2010 at 07:27 AM | Permalink

Comments

This page is lame.

Posted by: PurrDurham | Sep 30, 2010 10:21:29 AM

Hard to slow down, when you are already stopped.

Posted by: Steven | Sep 30, 2010 11:36:11 AM

I thought the Brees articles were informative. Lame? Is someone taking the time just to say a page is lame.

Posted by: MrBernz | Sep 30, 2010 11:38:30 AM

In the Smith article about Clausen, Smith is quoted (when talking about last year's game in NOLA), “You get some points early, you can’t shut it down -- bottom line,” Smith said. “If you get up 14 of 17 points and then you don’t do anything after that -- especially against an explosive offense like that -- they’re not going to sit around and twiddle their thumbs. They are going to draw up plays in the dirt and do whatever they can to come back. So when you get up 14 or 17 or even three points and try to sit on it and hope for the best, it’s not going to work.”
Exactly, and that's what has happened under Fox; if we do manage to get a lead we go into hibernate mode. This year is further proof that we need to work FA and get this offense going.
Regime change time; however, we don't need to build to much to make this offense go. One or two more offensive linemen, one good WR and one good TE (four players); usually you can get 4 players in FA.

Posted by: SCPOAB | Sep 30, 2010 10:37:44 PM

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