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  • Came across this article today. It had some very interesting stats about how Cam has done against top defenses as well as Carolina having THEE easiest schedule this year. I also include the follow-on article giving the history and stats of teams with the easiest schedule and how ofter they have won in the playoff's. Very interesting stuff. I have never feared Carolina and think if we had played them (and a number of other team's) later in the season we probably would have had HFA throughout. But here we are, hope we show up and put it to them.

    http://www.fieldgulls.com/2016/1/12/107 ... up-preview

    http://www.fieldgulls.com/2016/1/12/107 ... ks-preview
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  • Makes sense to me. Teams with low SOS have inflated win/loss records. No brainier. Look at SB48. Hawks SOS #11 Broncos #32. I had a really strong feeling before that game that it might get out of hand. Not 43-8 out of hand. More like 3 TD's plus out of hand. Last year Hawks were at #6, Pats #10. Looked like a toss up and it basically was. This year, Hawks are #4 and Panthers are #27. It could get ugly but either way I feel confident it's a win.
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  • I want to see someone pull Wilson's stats against the Panthers or any team with an elite defense and compare it with Cam's.
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  • dopeboy206 wrote:I want to see someone pull Wilson's stats against the Panthers or any team with an elite defense and compare it with Cam's.


    Me too. Go for it.

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  • Looking at their divisions, RW faces elite defenses. Cam faces piss poor defenses.
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  • Schadie001 wrote:Came across this article today. It had some very interesting stats about how Cam has done against top defenses as well as Carolina having THEE easiest schedule this year. I also include the follow-on article giving the history and stats of teams with the easiest schedule and how ofter they have won in the playoff's. Very interesting stuff. I have never feared Carolina and think if we had played them (and a number of other team's) later in the season we probably would have had HFA throughout. But here we are, hope we show up and put it to them.

    http://www.fieldgulls.com/2016/1/12/107 ... up-preview

    http://www.fieldgulls.com/2016/1/12/107 ... ks-preview


    Reading that article....it points out Newton would be the third MVP QB in a row the past 3 years we knock out if we beat the Panthers. Previous 2 were Rodgers and Manning.

    I also love how it points out

    "What Newton won't be facing this week is a pass defense ranked 26th or worse, which he did six times this year with these results:

    123-of-196, 62.7%, 17 touchdowns, two interceptions, 8.05 Y/A, and a passer rating of 112.5."

    but against the higher defenses

    In Newton's three games against Seattle, Houston, and Green Bay, these were his passing numbers:

    53-of-103, 51.4%, six touchdowns, four interceptions, 7.38 Y/A, and a passer rating of 78.9.
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