So is anybody going to watch the games tomorrow? I probably will though I find them less entertaining with the Panthers eliminated. Here’s the better articles I’ve found though out the week. As you will see most of them center on the Jake Delhomme question. I think it’s safe to say that will be the hot topic the entire off-season. Kind of ironic isn’t it? Last off-season we couldn’t wait to see if Jake would return and now we’re not sure we want him to.
Count Brad Hoover as thinking we should have run the ball more.
Our plan was to try to run the ball on them. That's what we've hung our hat on all year, being successful in the running game, and I still think we could have done it,"
said. "Not to question things but, when you start putting yourself in a hole, and we did pretty fast, it's hard to just run the ball when you've put yourself in pass situations. Hoover
It was the passing game that screwed up and put us in the hole we were in and forced the Panthers to pass the ball even more.
Here’s a very thorough team report. CSR will be hitting all these issues in depth over the off-season.
Here’s a nicely done counter argument to the Jake Delhomme discussion.
This is a little off-topic but it is by far the scariest thing I’ve read about the NFL in a while.
He’s more Good Jake – Bad Jake analysis that focuses on the stats.
Here’s a pretty good Panther QB analysis, again centered on Jake.
Now that the Panthers are eliminated from the playoffs:
I won't be watching anymore NFL football (1 vote)
I'll watch the SB but that is it (6 votes)
I might watch the remaining games if I have nothing else to do (21 votes)
I'll watch all the games, I love NFL playoff football regardless of who is playing (18 votes)
46 total votes