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« dnia: 11 Lipiec, 2019, 04:30:12 »
The Carolina Panthers lost and they have nobody to blame but themselves. Here’s a few who helped this team almost pull it out.Christian McCaffery125 yards rushing and 114 yards receiving , coupled with 2 TDs should be enough to win a game from your running back. McCaffery was consistent and probably destroyed a lot of fantasy football games today. McCaffery is good, he can win from any position on the field.Luke KuechlyKuechly played like a man possessed today, with 12 total tackles. He was all over the field and very clearly called audibles on defense that led to negative plays for Seattle. Some may call this a “down” year for Kuechly , but he demonstrated why he’s an elite defender. One linebacker simply cannot make an entire defense elite.D.J. Moore and Curtis SamuelWe all feared that this coaching staff would limit their snaps with the return of Torrey Smith. We were wrong. D.J. Moore had 8 receptions for 91 yards, where Curtis Samuel had 43 yards and a TD on 3 touches. This offense has some great pieces moving forward with thesetwo. Moore reminds me of Steve Smith with his aggressive approach to the game.LosersWay too many to break down here. Cam Newton had a good day on the stats, but he and the offense struggled consistently to score any points in the redzone. We see two TDs instead of nothing? This is a blowout as Carolina rides off with momentum rather than being pushed way down the playoff ladder. The offensive line struggled to keep him upright during big moments. The defense showed up for the most part but fell off the nwagon in the second half , forcing the offense into a shootout. Graham Gano missed a field goal that would have given this team a late lead. Oh, and for those saying Corn Elder should play over Captain Munnerlyn? Yeah, Elder isn’t good , and this defense struggled without Jackson.The Panthers came out and made some great plays, but they couldn’t finish, and it cost them. Now they must go on a tear to even consider the playoffs. Right now , I’m not sure that’s plausible. Linebacker Kendell Beckwith was back on the practice field with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Wednesday for the first time since an automobile accident in April that left him with an injured ankle.Beckwith began the season on the non-football injury list due to injuries sustained in the crash. While eligible to return to practice after missing six games, Beckwith was unable to return to practice until Wednesday. He can practice with the team for up to 21 days before needing to be added to the active roster. He is eligible to play as soon as this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers if he’s healthy enough to do so and the team elects to put him back on the 53-man roster.Beckwith started nine games and had 73 tackles, a sack , a forced fumble and two passes defended in 16 games for the Buccaneers as a rookie last year.Beckwith’s return could be a boost for the Buccaneers as Kwon Alexander was lost for the rest of the season to a torn ACL two weeks ago.


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