Carolina Panthers: How They Could Beat the New Orleans Saints

October 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In order to beat the New Orleans Saints at their house, the almost impenetrable fortress of home field advantage that is the Louisiana Superdome, the Carolina Panthers need to take a walk on the wild side.
It’s time to dust off Jeff Davidson’s playbook and find the section that reads “Wildcat Offense.”
The offense made famous at Arkansas by talented backs like Darren McFadden and Felix Jones could be the kind of spanner that the Panthers need to throw in the Saints machine on Sunday in order to pull off what would be an unexpected but very welcome win.
Think back to September 21st, 2008. The New England Patriots hosted the Miami Dolphins in Foxborough, Massachusetts and hoped to register what would have been their twenty second consecutive win, a record unheard of in today’s NFL.
However, Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams had other ideas, as head coach Tony Sparano and former Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning formulated a gamepla...

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