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Cats offensive woes continue as G-Men roll



FCP will ante all in against the punctuation loving Panther fans, who in all their knowledge disagreed with us last editorial. The Carolina Panthers are now having serious growing pains, which are the first of a long season. The offense sputtered to one TD in the first half, but succombed to the G-men pass rush in the second half. They had no confidence in their high-powered running game, getting intercepted twice in the red-zone. Matt Moore looked like a QB with only 8 games under his belt, as Eli Manning and the G-men returned to form against Carolina. Carolina was out of sync on offense and defense, as the Giants rolled the second half. There were brief glimpses of the Panthers of old, as they managed to stay in the game despite crucial mistakes. Once again the turnover bug struck over and over and the Panthers, like me felt the sting of defeat. We must get better and learn to adjust at the half, so that we can at least have a chance at winning. I'm proud of the fight we fought, as it is only the first game and we have a lot to look forward to from this team. Puntuation or not you guys will learn FCP is no joke, as we did predict
the offensive woes of the preseason would hurt us. The Panthers will look forward to Tampa, easily the worst team in our division. FCP out.

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