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Quick Guide to the 2009 Panthers

As the new-ish Carolina Panthers prepare for the upcoming season, one of the main questions that lingers for the team is whether a strong running game will be the key to the team's success, or with other intangibles become more important in the back-field?

In order for Carolina to succeed this year, there are several make or break players who must have a breakout or come-back season. First, quarterback Jake Delhomme needs to re-gather his 2004 ability and combine it with the budding skill of Everette Brown, Richard Marshall and Charles Godfrey. Only then can they truly develop into a winning season—and only then c an the Panthers have a shot at winning the NFC South (or at least a shot at becoming a wildcard team).
Last season, after the previous season's devastating surgery, Jake Delhomme had a season that started strongly enough, but then was punctuated with as many lows as highs. Delhomme threw half a dozen interceptions during the NFC division game, leading to the team's loss to the Cardinals.
Even though Delhomme 's performance was lackluster, Carolina didn't make any moves to replace the quarterback. He is, after all, still the best QB on the team's roster. Still fresh in the team's collective mind is Delhomme leading the team to some clearly winning seasons. This year, though, he has to rely on a steady run game in order to opn up the football field for his arm.

Josh McCown and Matt Moore will battle it out for the QB back-up slot, but neither is any real competition for Delhomme. But of the two, Moore has been in Carolina's system longer and could have a small advantage talent-wise over McCown.
Let's turn now to running backs. Of late, they seem to have bought into the rend of a football offense which consists of two thoroughbread Rbs. Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams, in this case, have combined talents and set several league records.

This duo can improve on their records as Stewart has taken advantage of the off-season to get familiar with the system. Williams' superior vision and instincts give him a competitive edge; he's also one of the fastest backs able to run between tackles. All the wile, Stewart uses a unique running style to get him to the second level.
A couple of new pieces have been added to the Carolina running game, in the form of running back Mike goodson and fullback Tony Fiammetta. Most likely, Fiammetta will be preparing to assume Hoover's position, while Goodson will bring much versatility as an outside runner.

As for wide receivers, Steve Smith leads a group with both eperience and youth. Some would even argue that Smith is one of the league's mosts talented receivers. Certainly he has superior speed to beat downfield coverage.
Add to this the fact that Muhsin Muhammad runs crisp, solid routes and also gives Jake Delhomme a large target. Not to mention the fact that he takes pressure off of Smith.
If Jake Delhomme remains consistent during the system, this duo should have an impressive year. Adding the icing to the cake, Dwayne Jarrett promises to offer a third solid receiving option due to his strong hands.

Now let's consider the Panther offensive line. Although it's not the team's most talented unit, it is arguably the most important. Left Tackle Jordan Gross makes a return this year as a unit cornerstone, while right tackle Jeff Otah is back assisting Gross. Together they will open lanes for running backs Travelle Wharton and Keydrick vincent.

And of what of the Panther defenive line? Last year, the team's pass rush was sadly deficient. The one bright spot was Julius Peppers, who in the past was a consistently reliable Pro Bowl pass rusher. This year, the Panthers also signed Everette Brown as a defensive end. He's under-sized, but his quickness is likely to get him around a whole lot of offensive tackles from the opposing teams.
Meanwhile, Ma'ake Kemoeatu's large frame will allow him to plug the middle against the opposing team's run. And Damione Lewis, though probably the weakest member on the defensive line, could do well at assisting off of Kemoeautu's blocks.

It's likely that Tyler Brayton and Darwin Walker will have their respective roles reduced this year. However, they will also likely give their unit solid backups. The unit's success will depend largely on Everette brown's development as a pass rusher.
Turning to the linebackers, they will be led by Jon Beeson. This unit has the most depth of any Panther defense team, and Beeson has the most overall athletic ability. This will allow him to play from either sideline and deliver a strong blow.

Look for Na'il diggs and thomas Davis to partner with Beason with their superior tackling skills. Diggs remains an experienced backer, even after 10 seasons. He'll also work to develop the younger backups. The team's highest quality backup is Landon Johnson, and the team will use him to full advantage.

As for defensive backs, last year, the inexperience of Ken Lucas and Chris Gamble (with 14 combined seasons) make the unit average at best. Lucas has left, leaving Gamble to lead the unit. His speed and tackles are still something to admire and might serve the Panthers well.
And finally, special teams: Kickoff specialiust Rhys Lloyd and place-kicker John Kasay both return this year after an impressive year last year. Kasay missed just one field goal in 2008, wihle Lloyd had 30 touchbacks, a record for the league.

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At 6-foot-2, 320 pounds, Lotulelei forced teams to pay more attention to him, which freed defensive ends Greg Hardy (15) and Charles Johnson (11) to combine for 26 sacks. There's no doubt Lotulelei's presence in the middle was a big reason Carolina led the ...

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Tim Shaw, a special-teams ace and linebacker who played with the Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears and Tennessee Titans, announced on Tuesday that he is the latest former player to be stricken by the horrible disease. ”Hi, I am Tim ...

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Given their track record, the New England Patriots do not necessarily need to excel in Friday's night's contest against the Carolina Panthers. The Pats were trounced decisively by the Detroit Lions in 2013 and 2011 but made deep playoff runs in each season.

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But even the face of the franchise has no idea how much time he'll spend on the field Friday night against the Carolina Panthers. “He told us we're going to get a lot of work. What that means, I don't know. I don't think anyone ever knows with him,” Brady joked ...

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