Predictions 2010 NFL Carolina Panthers

After winning the NFC South divisions in the NFL in 2008-09, the Carolina Panthers finished with a 8-8 choice in the NFL in 2010-11, third in the division. The Panther had high expectations entering last season, but Jake Delhomme quarter experienced a less spectacular season and who got a ticket for a way out of Charlotte. Last year, the Panthers offense struggled, especially in the passing game, averaging only 174.9 and was 27th in the National Football League, the running game was very good, all of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart was 3 throughout the NFL, on average, just over 156 yards per game, Stewart led the team with 1,133 yards. Carolina scored 19 points per game, which was not exactly spectacular. Carolina Panther defense gave up 315.8 yards per game, eighth in the league, was passing defense units strengths opposing quarterbacks have thrown for 191 yards per game and finished fourth overall in the NFL , run the defense led by linebacker Jon Beason gave up 124.8 yards per game. As far as the team went to sports bettors, they were 9-7 against the spread, passing the total paris 6 times and less than 10 times.

Panthers coach John Fox and the Panthers will face Delhomme, quarterback who led the team to their first and only Super Bowl appearance. He Matt Moore played at the end of the season and performed admirably, but it sports handicapper do not think it is the answer, and apparently neither the direction of the Panthers, the team has produced high profile the Jimmy Clausen quarters Notre Dame in the third round and the University of Cincinnati quarterback Tony Pike in the 6th round. The receiver Steve Smith will be another great season, there is no problem with your confidence and support you all the time.

Cornerback Chris Gamble is the stud in the defensive backfield, but the guy on the other side is not bad, Richard Marshall could easily have a Pro Bowl season. Lack of experience Panthers quarterback position is the only thing they 2010-11 playoffs.

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