The Carolina Panthers Secondary went into last Sunday's game with only three interceptions. They came out with three more(plus the ones by Peppers and Davis). They showed explosiveness to the ball and were hard hitting through out the game. They held (who many believe to be the NFL's best Wide Receiver in) Larry Fitzgerald to 66 yards receiving and no TDs. I don' know if you remember last years playoff loss (who can forget) but he tore the secondary up in that game. Sherrod Martin showed why he should be a starter and Chris Gamble reminded us why we love him so much. Richard Marshall stepped up and Chris Harris was....well Chris Harris making hits. Captain Munnerlyn did his job and together they showed why they are only allowing 167 YPG through the air. I think that if we could find a way to keep Martin and Harris on the field And bring in Charles Godfrey then I think the Secondary would be better. I mean three people at Safety. Four on the line. Jon Beason and Thomas Davis at Linebacker and Gamble and Marshall at corner. I know it would only be for two receiver sets and all but you could also bring Godfrey or Harris up to a Linebacker spot on other formations. But why change what isn't broken. It's not a change I want to see but an idea.
Now on to our always faithful running game. I don't know what it is about these two but every time that they get the ball there is always a chance that they will run the distance. Williams almost did on the 77 yard run he had. And Stewart not once but twice hit a wall and bounced it outside for a touchdown. Did you know that When the Panthers have ran the ball over Forty times we have never lost a game. With a massive offensive line and two awesome running backs I don't see why we couldn't run through every defense. Hell we ran for 270 yards against the number one ranked run defense. That's second highest in team history. Carolina is underdogs by 13 1/2 this Sunday against New Orleans. Two things to remember. Jake Delhomme has never lost in New Orleans and the Saints are allowing over 100 yards on the ground a game. Compared to Arizona's 67 yards I like our chances to run. What do you think