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Panthers: Mighty Kasay!


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• The Panthers have outscored opponents 40-9 in the fourth quarter this season, and have not yielded more than three points to any opponent in the final period. Opponents outscored Carolina 110-55 in the fourth quarter last year.


• Carolina ranks fifth in both offense and defense inside the 20. Their offensive touchdown percentage in the red zone is 64.3, and their defensive percentage is 36.8.


• The Panthers allow an average of just 4.38 yards on first down, fourth lowest in the NFL.

Homers can pick positives out of ANYTHING! Turd polisher's we are.

• Carolina has won five straight games indoors and lost their last six outdoors. this is a really interesting point. I never noticed the losses were outside, i just NOTICED THEY WERE AT HOME!!!! :wacko: There is an interesting point here.


• The Panthers are 2-0 on the road in games before their bye week under John Fox and 0-3 at home. :D


• Since Fox took over as head coach, Carolina is third in the NFL with 169 take-aways, trailing only Baltimore (179) and New England (170).


• Kicker John Kasay (right) has 1,437 points in his career, moving him into 16th place on the NFL’s all-time scoring list. He needs three points to pass Jim Turner for 15th, 34 to pass Pat Leahy for 14th, and 40 to pass Steve Christie for 13th all time. not to mention how many game winning FG's he has. He's my daddy. :wacko:


• Running back DeShaun Foster is fifth in the NFC with 361 rushing yards. thanks to atlanta, much like last year. :D


• Wide receiver Steve Smith is sixth in the NFC with 25 receptions and tied for second in the conference with five touchdowns, all receiving.


• Defensive end Julius Peppers has blocked six field goal attempts since entering the League in 2002. He trails only Shaun Rogers (eight) during that time.


• Punter Jason Baker is fourth in the NFL with a 41.2 yard net punting average.




if you're curious, they mention the stats of the Cards too, for the upcoming match up, plus some misc stats..




• Head coach Ken Whisenhunt has won his first two home games and can become the first Cardinals coach since Charley Winner in 1966 to start 3-0 at home in his first year as the team’s head coach.


• Quarterback Kurt Warner is 4-1 as a starter versus the.Panthers. He has four touchdowns with one interception and a 102.3 passer rating.


• Running back Edgerrin James leads the NFC with 442 rushing yards. When James rushes for more than 100 yards, his teams are 47-6 during his career.


• Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald leads the NFC with 34 catches and 448 receiving yards. He is vying for his third consecutive game with more than 120 receiving yards.


The Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens are both seeking their 100th victory in franchise history this weekend.


• Through the first four weeks this season there were more field goals (198) than in any first month dating back to 1978.


• The Indianapolis Colts have led the AFC South in 83 of the division’s 90 weeks of existence.


• With one more touchdown reception, Kansas City’s Tony Gonzales (right) will become the all-time leader among tight ends with 63. He is currently tied with Shannon Sharpe.


• The Philadelphia Eagles are 7-0 all time versus the New York Jets.


• Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher is 13-1 versus the NFC South.


• New Orleans’ Reggie Bush has 113 receptions, the most ever by a running back in his first 20 games.

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Just to add, he has 11 game winning FGs, and has broke several NFL records at many different points throughout his career. This guy is SO under rated. He barely got any play on the TV this week, because of HOU's winning FG being 5 yards more. :D He deserves some serious credit, and while I know the fans know and John Gruden's quote: "I hate John Kasay" makes me laugh, not enough people know how clutch this guy is.


Finding game winning FG stats isn't easy, so i dont know where he ranks there, but there is NOT one single kicker i'd rather have on my team, not even the mighty Viniateri, because this guy is as clutch as they come!

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I have nothing against Carolina and own a few players, so I'm not trying to bash. I just wonder if some of those outscoring in the 4th quarter stats are misleading. I don't get the games much in my area, but is it possible that some teams just have the lead so they try to ride out the clock. While Carolina is trying to come from behind and sometimes put up quick points by being agressive? I know you can find something positive in stats regardless. Its just hard to tell what is earned and what is situational (like the high pass defense rating for Oakland last year). I don't know...some of those are interesting though (never knew about the takeaways).

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