The Carolina Panthers' quarterback situation was accurately described by general manager Marty Hurney as "the worst-case scenario." Jake Delhomme has followed up his January collapse against Arizona with a similar game against Philadelphia and has now thrown nine interceptions in his last 51 pass attempts. The Panthers recently signed A.J. Feeley after placing backup quarterback Josh McCown on injured reserve and have publicly stated they plan to start Jake Delhomme at quarterback this Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. It would seem as though the Panthers are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Their quarterback plans for 2009 have blown up in their face, and a promising team looks to be derailed by their reluctance to plan for this scenario. However, all hope is not lost, and head co ...
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