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    Re: Panthers-Vikings Preview

    Man, the Panters are really banged up!
    My question, they are expecting us to run the ball and run alot.
    Do you think its possible to see the Vikings open up the game and try to strecth the field early.
    Maybe take a few shots down field, similar to what we saw against the skins?
    If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bs.

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    Oh yah.. I bet we will take some shots deep actually.. Try to catch them off guard.. Get a big play in the beginning like the T-willy catch!




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    "GFreeman44" wrote:
    Man, the Panters are really banged up!
    My question, they are expecting us to run the ball and run alot.
    Do you think its possible to see the Vikings open up the game and try to strecth the field early.
    Maybe take a few shots down field, similar to what we saw against the skins?

    That's just what I predicted on another thread.

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    "marantzo" wrote:
    "GFreeman44" wrote:
    Man, the Panters are really banged up!
    My question, they are expecting us to run the ball and run alot.
    Do you think its possible to see the Vikings open up the game and try to strecth the field early.
    Maybe take a few shots down field, similar to what we saw against the skins?

    That's just what I predicted on another thread.
    Oh really?
    Well, I guess it wouldn't be that much of a shocker.
    All I know is I would not want to be the Panthers D going up against the Vikings at home this week.
    Talk about mentally stressful, trying to figure out what we are going to show them on offense.
    If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bs.

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    I hope that the Panthers are thinking along those lines too, then we can open with a huge run right up the middle. I don't care if my prediction is wrong.

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    Only question mark to me is the Pressure on the QB by our Defense.

    It is the key to the game.

    Atl had 4 sacks on DelHomme and it ruined what is normally an explosive passing game even without Smith.

    If we don't get pressure and a few sacks, it will be a lot closer game than we would like.

    Our secondary will be tested without that pressure.
    We will see what the D is made of and see if there are any holes to exploit that DC was unable to do on Mon night.

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    Re: Panthers-Vikings Preview

    A few excerpts from the Vikes New Release on Sept. 12, 2006.

    Vikings big days vs Panthers:

    Brad Johnson completed 20-33 passes for 307 yds and 4 TDs vs. Caroline (10/3/99) when he was with the Redskins on his way to earning NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors...CB Fred Smoot picked off Jake Delhomme at Caroline (11/16/03) and returned it 33 yds when he was with Washington...DE Erasmus James posted his first sack in the NFL when he brought down Panthers' QB Jake Delhomme at Carolina (10/30/05)...FB Tony Richardson tied a career high with 8 receptions for 56 yards vs. Carolina (12/10/00) when he was with Kansas City and also added 89 yards on 17 carries in the game...WR Marcus Robinson caught 4 passes for 77 yards and a TD at Carolina (10/30/05)...S Dwight Smith posted a career-high 14 tackles along with a forced fumble vs. Carolina (12.26/04) when he was with the Saints.

    Series Standings:

    1996 at Minnesota W 14-12
    1997 at Minnesota W 21-14
    2000 at Minnesota W 31-17
    2001 at Minnesota L 13-24
    2002 at Minnesota L 14-21
    2005 at Carolina L 13-38

    Top Performances vs. Carolina

    RB Robert Smith ran for 100+ yards in each of 3 games against the Panthers while Brad Johnson has the longest pass in team history against Carolina and set an NFL record by throwing a TD to himself in the 1997 meeting.



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