@ChrisHarrisNFL 's Fave Moments of '09 - Jonathan Stewart Rushes for 206 Yards


After coming at you guys a few times this past week with the tall and noble order of helping our brotherly Haitians who are hurting, I figured the time had come to take a moment to talk some more football.  BUT, don't take what I just said as an excuse to forget about those who have fallen overseas --- we still need to be putting our dollars on the line today, so we can continue helping Haiti through what we all know will be the beautiful rebirth of a beautiful culture.  (Click here for more information on Panther Nation's efforts to heal Haiti.)

So let's go over another one of my favorite moments of the Panthers 2009 season.  Today I'll speak of those 206 tremendous yards Jonathan Stewart rushed for against the New York Giants...

Yeah -- I realize I didn't have anything to do with this favorite moment, but for me to watch from the sidelines Jonathan's brilliance with the ball stands as a feat I'll never forget.  (You know what? ...Now that I think about it, I DID do something noteworthy during that game!  I guess I lied, huh? (Ha!)  I induced another turnover for the team as I picked off one of Eli Manning's passes.  YOU KNOW I felt good about THAT!)

Anyways... 'nuff about me.  Back to J.S....

Watching his performance against one of the premier football teams in the NFL stands as one of the most impressive accomplishments I think I'll ever witness.  I mean -- these guys have been good at defense for YEARS.  So for Jonathan to do what he did is simply AMAZING!  I stood there on the sidelines with a front row perspective of him breaking tackle, after tackle, after tackle, and I was AWESTRUCK.  His domination definitely helped us in our pursuit to play the spoilers of what the Giants hoped would be a victory in their final game at Giants Stadium. 

J. Stewart is right up there in the ranks of being among the best backs in the league - him and DeAngelo Williams BOTH are.  It's outstanding that they were able to enter the elite company of being only the sixth pair of running backs in NFL history to each run for over a thousand yards in a single season.  And with Jonathan being able to put together performances like he did against the Giants, I have no doubt that he's gonna put together many more record breaking seasons in the future.


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