November 13, 2011
First quarter blog: Titans 14, Panthers 0
The Panthers started off poorly against Tennessee and just got worse.
After going 3-and-out on their opening possession, the Panthers allowed Marc Mariani to break free for a 76-yard punt return for a touchdown about a minute into the game.
It was the third time this year the Panthers have allowed a punt return for a touchdown. And it was the 11th allowed by Panthers punter Jason Baker, the most among active punters.
The Panthers moved the ball on their next series. But a fumble by tight end Greg Olsen at the Titans' 8-yard line continued the season-long problems in the red zone.
The Titans went 92 yards in six plays to go up 14-0, bringing out the boobirds at Bank of America Stadium.
Posted by Observer Sports on November 13, 2011 at 01:42 PM | Permalink
Thank goodness we kept Baker instead of Kasay. Paying all KINDS of dividends!
Posted by: Michael Procton | Nov 13, 2011 1:46:27 PM
It's a shame the rookie QB is playing like a veteran and the veterans are playing like rookies.
Posted by: Jim | Nov 13, 2011 1:52:10 PM
Offensive line don't want to block today.
Posted by: Jim | Nov 13, 2011 2:07:19 PM
The rookie QB was lucky the interception he threw was called back on a holding penalty. He has been lucky like that a few times this season like the interception called back in their opening game against the Cardinals.
Posted by: Out of town Panther fan | Nov 13, 2011 2:12:25 PM
stop hating "out of town panther fan" you can say that about any player in the NFL, sometimes luck is a key factor in determining the outcome of the game. Watch some real football and not just the stat line.
Posted by: cpt.carolina | Nov 13, 2011 2:37:00 PM
@ out of town panther fan. Actually that reciever for the panthers/te or whoever should have step into that pass instead of just waiting there for the ball. Learn football before you run your mouth.
Posted by: Rick | Nov 13, 2011 2:37:13 PM
Typical fans, can't handle the truth.
Posted by: Out of town Panther fan | Nov 13, 2011 2:46:03 PM
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