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October 30, 2011

VIDEO: Recapping the loss to Minnesota

Joseph Person and columnist Scott Fowler discuss the Panthers' hard-luck loss to the Minnesota Vikings:

 

Posted by Observer Sports on October 30, 2011 at 08:15 PM | Permalink

Comments

WOW.....stick to "writing" guys..........

Posted by: TheTruth | Oct 30, 2011 8:50:57 PM

Slop blew it with 2 big fumbles and trying to be hero at the end but paid the price and had his head knocked off. Few more like that & season over.

Great job to FSU Ponder and OU Peterson, 2 Texas boys with big futures. Ponder proved hes #1 but has compet from Jags and Bengals.

Newton pissed as his stock sinks for a 2012 trade to the Bears or Dolphins. Furballs could be stuck with this loser.

2-6 - it only gets harder


Posted by: slop watch | Oct 31, 2011 2:39:52 PM

slop watch: I realize I'm probably addressing this to a 12 year old (judging by your writing skills), but without Cam we wouldn't even be in the game. Yes, he fumbled, but he also put up 21 points. If the D could stop anybody on 3rd down, it would have been enough to win. Big if, though.

The only thing you got right: it does get harder from here. But I think they'll pull some out. Long way to go, but we'll be fine.

Posted by: Scott in CA | Oct 31, 2011 3:28:09 PM

Terrible coaching, terrible staffing, Just SHAMEFULL.

Posted by: ASHAMED | Oct 31, 2011 10:34:58 PM

I have a video recap for you. Olindo Mare missed the field goal because the Vikings broke through the line to block the ball and he had to shank it left in the only small space he could to slice it through and avoid getting the kick blocked. - Search "Wide left for Mare,Panthers" - at NFL.com/videos at 30 seconds, Vikings already broke through the line to block the kick. The offensive line failed. http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/09000d5d8239ad3b/Wide-left-for-Mare-Panthers

Posted by: Stephen | Nov 1, 2011 12:02:48 AM

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