Okay, as some of you may know, the Panthers are my second team, though I don't follow them closely. Here in Hawaii, you can watch MNF twice. I walked in on the last 3 minutes of the game after finishing my day, and watched Delhomme attempt his game-winning drive....and I noticed that he was visibly high-strung, irritated and ocasionally downright pissed off. I was mumbling to the screen for him to calm down and don't screw up. Then he did...interception in the end zone. A terrible, overthrown lob to the corner that could hardly be called a pass. It was heartbreaking and painful to watch. I went back to my hotel room and watched the final two quarters again, and I saw even more of Delhomme just getting downright lucky with some bad lobs into coverage. I then saw the the game-losing INT was only a couple of series behind his first tide-turning INT that put the Eagles back in the game. The announcers confirmed my original thoughts: Delhomme was letting anger get in the way of his game... the madder he got, the worse he played. And according to the announcers, Delhomme acknowledged that in an interview....said he can't just go out and have fun any more, gets mad, and starts wrecking games. I had jumped on the Delhomme bandwagon after his first game with the Panthers...I've mentioned several times how his leadership skills more than compensated for what skills he lacks. He made the team want to win again, just like VY is doing for us now. So, what happened? Charlotte has always been a fair-weather fan base, and is now calling for JD's head, and from what I understand, has been for most of this season. Delhomme knows that his attitude leads to failure, and proved it again last night. What do you do? How do you deal with JD, the rest of the team and the fans if you're John Fox? Would you really consider benching him for Weinke?