We’re watching UGLY football

Posted by Andy Durham on October 7, 2007 at 4:45 pm under Professional | 4 Comments to Read

The Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints just played one of the sorriest excuses for a professional football game that I have ever seen. I thought at times they were playing a on joke on us and this really wasn’t a football game.

To me the Panthers were pathetic and the Saints were not any better, in fact they were worse. Three points in the negative for the Saints. The Saints throw an interception and give the Panthers the ball, and then David Carr the Carolina QB throws it right back to the Saints.

The Panthers’ Julius Peppers blocks a Saints field goal with his elbow because Orlando Mare never got his kick off the ground. If not for the man who always bails the Panthers out in these “we’re goners situations”, Carolina is in the garbage can again.

John Kasey saved the day again, and he might have saved the Carolina Panthers season. Kasey the kicker and Carolina wins one the ugliest games you will ever watch. What was that final score again, 16-13? And the Panthers just beat an 0-5 team…..

Please someone help the Panthers because they are BAD and David Carr is not the answer. What are they going to do? We must never forget, they are our in-state team and all we have to see on FREE TV on Sunday afternoon after church.


  • Rob © said,

    Yeah, that game was so exciting that it motivated me to mow my lawn during the second half. Unlike the rest of us, I beleive my neighbors are very satisfied with the Panthers poor play.

  • Dominique said,

    I read what you’ve been saying and I think they need to get the ball to Carter and Colbert more.

  • Doug Cockman said,

    With Jake Delhomme on the shelf for the rest of the year (see write-up on main page) , the big question is whether or not David Carr can get the job done. Carter and Colbert need to step up but Carr has to get them the ball in order for them to make plays. With New Orleans and Atlanta so awful, the Cats have a chance to win this division. The next four games are critical.

  • jamos24 said,

    The D is going to have step up. Where has Peppers been all season? Carolina is lacking the tenacity they once had on both sides of the ball. Its hard to put the blame on one aspect of the game. Considering the division, we definitely have a fighting chance. How bout the MNF game? Thought it would be a rout, turned ot to be a classic.