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November 24, 2011

Panthers know Indy will be a challenge

The Panthers are well aware that the Indianapolis Colts, their opponent Sunday afternoon, are the league's only winless team with an 0-10 record.

The Panthers, though, have their own challenges to worry about.

"We're not in a position to judge anyone's record. We're 2-8," tight end Greg Olsen said.

"At that point, we're all in the same boat. We're all just looking to win. I'm sure they're looking at us the same way, this is a great opportunity to right the ship. They're at home. For us, we're going on the road, looking to get a better taste in our mouth than these last couple weeks. We've struggled a little bit. It's going to be two teams that need to win."

-- Ron Green Jr.

Posted by Observer Sports on November 24, 2011 at 12:02 PM | Permalink

Comments

I am sure that whatever their struggles have been ,they have a good chance at redemption against us.We revitalize other team struggles this year.Hopefully not next year.

Posted by: steven danner | Nov 24, 2011 12:16:51 PM

what nobody, has been, never was, reject is running for 140 against us this week?

Posted by: joe cool | Nov 24, 2011 1:46:52 PM

JC: They actually have THREE different candidates for that role in Addai (barely was, certainly isn't), Donald Brown (isn't and won't be), and Delone Carter (who did less for Syracuse football than Greg Paulus.)

Posted by: Michael Procton | Nov 24, 2011 3:28:09 PM

All they have to do is commit to the run and the panthers will lose (too easy).

Posted by: Tc | Nov 25, 2011 1:30:49 AM

Too close to call since RR refuses to use his RBs.


Posted by: jj | Nov 25, 2011 11:00:05 AM

Correction: Too close to call since Chud refuses to use his RBs.

Chud has a history of not running the ball as much as he should.

Posted by: keepnitreal | Nov 25, 2011 2:28:46 PM

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