ANALYSIS: Delhomme's injury ended Panthers' season
“I don't think we're as far away as people might think”
Every NFL season has a turning point, for better or worse. For the Carolina Panthers it was the latter, and it came in the third quarter of Week 3 against the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome. via The Gaston Gazette
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#1 Jan 6, 2008
I think that Delhomme absent had very little to do with the Panthers demise.The Panthers finished 8and 8 last season donot forget.I think the media and Fox is giving too much emphasis on the QB's absence.Jake is a back-up (talent wise)at best no more no less.They were who we thought they were".Mistakes and turn-overs plague this poorly prepared team of this and other seasons of past.
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