• After loss in season opener, questions still remain with Carolina Panthers’ secondary

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 11, 2013
    After the season opener, the questions remain. Only Oakland and Chicago allowed a higher percentage by an opposing quarterback last week. The Carolina Panthers ' secondary is picking up where it left off last season and that's not a good thing. The Carolina Panthers’ secondary entered the preseason as the biggest question mark for an otherwise stout defense hoping once again to rank among the NFL’s best. I think we only had one breakup in the back, and that’s not good being in the secondary. Russell Wilson had a career day with 320 passing yards and a 75.8 completion percentage despite strong, consistent pressure from the Panthers’ front four. After going the first quarter without a single play of 10 or more yards, Seattle’s offense finished with 16 plays registering at least 10 yards, and only two were rushes.
    • Carolina secondary not efficient

      CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Carolina Panthers' secondary is picking up where it left off last season -- and that's not a good thing. Carolina had the league's worst opponent-completion percentage last season at 66.8. One week into this season, after Seattle'…
      Source: ESPN.com

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