Titans @ Panthers Game Thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Nov 13, 2011.

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  1. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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    At 5-4 we are in the top9 of AFC teams, if that means anything.
  2. Obie09

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    He probably has but I don't think it's much. He's always looked slow his whole career even when running for 2000 so him "looking slow" doesn't really mean much. But I do see a small difference but it's hard to tell since we never really get to see him at full speed.
  3. CheeseheadTitan

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    With the Cows stampeding off here, how is the wild card shuffle stacking up? I am guessing at least one team out of the north gets a wild card, but after that we may be closing the gap on folks like the Jets and/or Bills. West looks like a toss up to me, but may have a team contending as well. If we keep winning here (big IF) that 12/4 game with the Bills could be interesting.

    That said, we still have plenty of business to take care of on our own...long way from talking seriously about playoffs.
  4. kstone

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    Good Win!! The best overall performance they played all year. My favorite part of the game was that Colin filled in nice and was all over the field.
  5. RTH

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    So... how much was CJ getting back on track or how poor the Panthers' run defense is..?

    Wasn't able to watch the game...
  6. kstone

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    On a funny note. I live in NC and everybody is whining that the only reason we won was that Cam was hurt. Love when we beat a team and they start using excuses!!!!
  7. RTH

    RTH Meh...

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    Ironically... in the past, it always seemed as thought the back-up QB did the most damage to us...
  8. The Playmaker

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    From a totally unbiased point of view, CJ struggled for pretty much the 1st 3 quarters then busted out a couple long runs and got a goal line TD. Take it for what it's worth...you can say the Panthers D wore down or CJ on the outside had to eventually have a big play. Or just simply, CJ is back.
  9. Obie09

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    It's not really true to say he struggled for the first 3 quarters. First quarter he was bad but in the 2nd and 3rd quarter he was averaging 4.5 ypc before he starting doing really good in the 4th.
  10. The Playmaker

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    you and your stats
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