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По умолчанию David-Mayo-Jersey

Shit happened last Thursday night https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop....-Jansen-Jersey , per Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera. What didn’t happen was anything that outright ruined the teams plans to play football in January. The Panthers are currently tied for the third best win-loss record in the NFC heading into Week 11. They are behind the class of the NFL in the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams. They are tied with Washington and the Chicago Bears, each of whom lead their divisions. That’s not a bad place to be for a team with as many weaknesses as Pittsburgh exposed last week.The Panthers have two routes to the playoffs. They can either win their division or they can fight the best of the rest for a wildcard spot. One likely involves winning every single game on the schedule, the other is a little less clear. We are going to take a look at each of these paths in more depth throughout the week here. They require different levels of success from the Panthers each week and will certainly portend different expectations once the playoffs start. But for now, consider that of all the questions the Pittsburgh Steelers left the Panthers asking on Thursday —where is the left side of the offensive line? what is defense?— none loom larger and none impact the Panthers ability to make the playoffs at all more than this: how will the team respond to their embarrassment in prime time? Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the Hog Molly Report, where winning in the trenches is all that matters. Before we begin, we open with the reciting of our usual motto:In the spirit of Mr. Gettleman’s words (regardless of him having moved on) and the philosophy of building a team from the inside out, my goal will be to watch the hog mollies each game during the season and give them a grade based on their performance. This week we will look at the anemic loss to Washington where the Panthers failed to overcome a couple early turnovers, and fell to 3-2 on the season. This game continued the trend we saw last week for the two lines. The offensive line continues to play at a higher level than expected, while the defensive line (and defense in general) are decidedly underwhelming.Offensive Hog MolliesYards per Carry: 4.5, season: 5.0 (T-5th, NFL)Yards per Play: 6.0, season: 5.7 (19th https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop....e-Adams-Jersey , NFL)Sacks allowed: 1, season: 8 (T-2nd, NFL)Third downs converted: 3 of 9 or 33%, season: 38% (21st, NFL)Rating: 4 out of 5 Porcine PulverizersThe Carolina Panthers offensive line has been stronger than expected, and other than Chris Clark, that trend continued this week. Clark gave up five pressures on the day, with two coming on the final drive. The other linemen had one a piece, with Ryan Kalil turning in a perfect day with zero. The pressures given up by Greg Van Roten and Trai Turner were inopportune however, as they resulted in the sack/fumble (recovered) and the Cam Newton interception.Here’s a brief sack report:1st Sack: Q1 0:45, 1st & 10, WAS 47 - Washington sends six guys on a well timed blitz against play action https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop....t-Kalil-Jersey , Panthers have six in to block. Chris Manhertz loses bad on the right side, Greg Van Roten follows suit on the left. Cam Newton avoids both rushers by stepping up, but as he steps up, D.J. Swearinger is there to meet him on a late blitz. Ball comes out right into Greg Van Roten’s hands, Carolina keeps, but it is a sack. Sack should be credited to Greg Van Roten, as him getting beat pushed Cam right into Swearinger.The Panthers however continue to be one of the best teams in the league at keeping their quarterback clean, combining better than expected pass protection with more quick passes. That said, the team went downfield more often in this game than they have in many others, helped by a return of Greg Olsen. Despite a decent yards per carry average, the team didn’t find much room to run consistently as Washington really tightened the reins in stopping that attack. Most of those runs upping the average were improvisations by Cam Newton. Fans are starting to get impatient with the situational play-calling, and I would say that complaint right now is warranted.Defensive Hog MolliesYards per Carry: 4.7 https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop....nnerlyn-Jersey , season: 4.6 (T-23rd, NFL)Yards per Play: 4.5, season: 6.5 (24th, NFL)Sacks given: 3, season: 12 (T-22nd, NFL)Third down allowed %: 7 of 16 or 44%, season: 34% (9th, NFL)Rating: 3 out of 5 Perplexing PiggiesDespite a lot of complaining by fans during the game, the defensive line did a really good job pressuring Alex Smith this week than they have in other games this season. Mario Addison had a great day in this regard, and it was the week in the rotation for Vernon Butler and Kyle Love to play well, so they did. Those suggesting that Dontari Poe has been ineffective should look at his work when he draws a one on one and rethink their stance, but I would like to see him make more impact even when double teamed.However https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop....id-Mayo-Jersey , the real problem on this defense right now is stopping the run, reflected by our bottom ten ranking in yards per carry. This is very unusual for a Carolina defense, and right now it seems to be breaking everything. We just made Adrian Peterson look about five years younger, and if we had more success our offense probably would have had a few more drives and pulled this game out. Julius Peppers has not been holding up his end of the bargain in this part of the game, and despite his first sack of the season, it’s clear that we must invest in the defensive end position early next year in the draft.nextgenstats.nfl.comHog Molly of the Week: Mario AddisonMario Addison turned in a performance that, like Josh Norman, made his former team cringe about the fact they ever let him walk. Four tackles, one sack, and another three quarterback pressures was a very good day from him and was instrumental in deflating Alex Smith’s numbers to his lowest single game total by far this season. The Panthers will absolutely need to find him a new running mate next year, and I don’t think that person is currently on the roster.
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