Panthers-Eagles: Carolina’s Secondary a Bright Spot

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Gavin Andrews in NFL
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My assignment was to take an aspect of the Panthers, whether it be the passing game, running game, offensive line, rushing defense, secondary, or special teams, and analyze it after the Eagles-Panthers game.  I really didn't want to write an article criticizing the Panthers, so I tried to look for something the Panthers did well.  I really don't want to be the type of writer who just goes out and criticizes teams, article after article. So I looked at the box score after the game ended. The quarterbacks had a touchdown-interception ratio of 0:5.  The running game averaged a whopping 2.9 yards per carry. The leading receiver reeled in four balls for 42 yards. The defense allowed 38 points. Oh snap. However, the Panthers only allowed 82 yards through the air. Against a team fe ...

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