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Plays to Love Kawann Short Jersey , Plays to Hate (aka “P2L, P2H”) looks at the most significant plays in swinging momentum and impacting the eventual outcome of the game. There is always plenty to hate about NFL officiating, so we will only focus on the plays on the field, not the refs.Three plays to love2nd Quarter 0:01 – Panthers 10, Seahawks 10. Panthers attempt 25-yard field goalThe Situation: The Panthers looked to close out the first half with a chip shot field goal to take a 13-10 halftime lead. The Play: Michael Palardy made an excellent play by handling a surprisingly bad snap from J.J. Jansen which skidded along the turf by executing a perfect hold for Graham Gano’s successful field goal. Many holders would have likely mishandled this errant snap and blew the field goal, but Palardy saved this one.3rd Quarter 3:35 – Panthers 13, Seahawks 17. Panthers ball 1st-and-10 at SEA 35The Situation: The Panthers had been inept in the red zone all day. They were driving late in the third quarter and desperately needed a touchdown.The Play: Christian McCaffrey took a well-executed screen pass and darted 21 yards to the Seattle 12. But at the end of the play CMC fumbled, potentially causing yet another red zone disaster. Fortunately for the Panthers, lead blocker Ryan Kalil alertely dove on the ball and preserved the possession. McCaffrey concluded the drive with a 1-yard touchdown and a 20-17 Panthers lead. Any time a lineman recovers a key fumble 20-plus yards downfield, that’s a play to love. 4th Quarter 9:27 – Panthers 20, Seahawks 20. Panthers ball 1st-and-10 at CAR 25The Situation: There are two plays to love here: CMC’s long run and Greg Olsen’s huge fumble recovery. The Seahawks had just tied the game at 20 early in the fourth quarter.The Play(s): Christian McCaffrey ran through a gaping hole created by Chris Clark, Greg Van Roten, and Ryan Kalil and galloped 59 yards to the Seattle 16. Two plays later CMC tried to punch it in from the 1 yard line but he fumbled (again). Greg Olsen made a clutch recovery to avoid a disastrous turnover. McCaffrey scored two plays later for a 27-20 Panthers lead.Three plays to hate3rd Quarter 8:52 – Panthers 13, Seahawks 10. Seahawks ball 3rd-and-12 at SEA 33The Situation: Despite some early red zone ineptitude, the Panthers had a 13-10 lead at halftime. Cam Newton started off the third quarter with a red zone interception. Seattle faced a 3rd-and-12 on their first possession of the second half. The Play: James Bradberry lost his footing and stumbled, allowing David Moore to get wide open en route to a 54-yard gain to the Carolina 13. Instead of punting from deep in their own territory, Seattle scored a touchdown two plays later to go up 17-13.4th Quarter 3:33 – Panthers 27 Vernon Butler Color Rush Jersey , Seahawks 20. Seahawks ball 4th-and-3 at CAR 35The Situation: Seattle decided to go for it on 4th-and-3 trailing by seven with 3:33 remaining. If the Panthers defense could get a stop here, Carolina would be in prime position to put the game away. The Play: David Moore simply beat Corn Elder on a streak and hauled in a back-breaking touchdown to tie the game at 27. Donte Jackson was injured in the first quarter which thrust Elder into a prominent role in this game. He wasn’t ready for prime time.4th Quarter 1:07 – Panthers 27, Seahawks 27. Seahawks ball 3rd-and-5 at SEA 47The Situation: Graham Gano missed a go-ahead 52-yard field goal with 1:45 remaining in a tied game. Seattle took possession at their own 42. The Panthers defense forced a 3rd-and-5 from the Seattle 47 and a stop here would likely result in a Seahawks three-and-out punt.The Play: Russell Wilson bought time as Tyler Lockett ran away from Captain Munnerlyn in coverage. Lockett hauled in a bomb and picked up 43 yards down to the Carolina 10 yard line. Seattle ran down the clock to kick an easy game-winning 31-yard field goal with no time left.Closing it out and summing it upThere were actually seven legitimate plays I considered for the “Plays to Hate” section and it was hard to narrow it down to three. Here are the honorable mentions:1st quarter - Getting stuffed on 4th-and-2 from the Seattle 5 yard line for a turnover on downs. 2nd quarter - Captain Munnerlyn gets beat by Tyler Lockett on 3rd-and-4 for a 27-yard gain, extending a drive that ended with Seattle’s first touchdown. 3rd quarter - Cam’s red zone interception on a forced throw to a tightly-covered Chris Manhertz, of all people. 4th quarter - Gano’s missed 52-yard field goal with 1:45 left in a tied game.On the positive side, Christian McCaffrey (125 rushing, 112 receiving) was incredible and set the Panthers record for yards from scrimmage. Cam Newton (25-30, 256 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, plus 63 rushing yards) continued his elite play. D.J. Moore had eight receptions (on nine targets) for 91 yards and is emerging as Carolina’s best wide receiver. The Panthers front seven was great against the run, allowing just 75 rushing yards on 28 attempts (2.7 YPC). But the bad in this game was really bad. So, so bad. The red zone ineptitude. Corn. Captain. The inability of the offense to convert in short yardage situations. The inability of the defense to stop Seattle in short yardage situations. A once promising 6-2 start now swirls around the toilet bowl at 6-5. The 2018 Carolina Panthers are “competers”, not “contenders.” They are good enough to be competitive in most games but lack the consistency and coaching to regularly emerge victorious as true contenders usually do. But let’s keep hope alive until the Panthers are mathematically eliminated! While the Saints are running away with the NFC South, crazy things can happen with the Wild Card. Last year both the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills grabbed a Wild Card berth with 9-7 records. In 2016 the Lions snuck in at 9-7. Yes, it’s gloomy ‘round these parts right now, but with two winnable games coming up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cleveland Browns Cam Newton Color Rush Jersey , let’s not throw in the towel just yet. Plays to love season leaders5 - D.J. Moore4 - Christian McCaffrey3 - Cam Newton, James Bradberry2 - Devin Funchess, Efe Obada, Greg Olsen, Kyle Love, Ryan Kalil, Torrey Smith, 1 - Ben Jacobs, Colin Jones, Chris Clark, David Mayo, Donte Jackson, Eric Reid, Graham Gano, Greg Van Roten, Jarius Wright, Julius Peppers Michael Palardy Jersey , Kawann Short, Mario Addison, Michael Palardy, Norv Turner, Ron Rivera, Taylor Heinicke, Wes HortonPlays to hate season leaders4 -Cam Newton, Eric Reid, Mike Adams3 - James Bradberry2 - Captain Munnerlyn, Christian McCaffrey, D.J. Moore, Dontari Poe, Eric Washington, Graham Gano1 - Amini Silatolu, C.J. Anderson, Colin Jones, Corn Elder https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Sam-Mills-Jersey , Devin Funchess, Donte Jackson, Ian Thomas, Luke Kuechly, Norv Turner, Ron Rivera, Thomas Davis, Trai Turner Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly continued to display his brilliance throughout the 2018 NFL season.This past season could have been a lot uglier for Carolina if Kuechly didn’t continue to display his greatness. The first team All-Pro produced 130 combined tackles (20 of those were tackles for loss), two forced fumbles, two sacks, one fumble recovery, and one interception this past season. In 2018, Kuechly produced the eighth-most tackles out of any other defensive player in the league. That places him in the NFL’s top ten for having the most combined tackles for the second consecutive season. Pro Football Focus recognized Kuechly’s elite season here:Kuechly’s overall grade is the perfect display for his insanely high football IQ. Much of his dominance comes from his knowledge of the game. However, what is most impressive about the way he plays is his effort. His relentless effort is what makes him consistently great.This has to be one of my all-time favorite Luke Kuechly highlights, because it shows exactly what I mean when I mention his effort.Plays like these are what make Kuechly a future Hall of Famer. I can’t wait until we see him in Canton someday.
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