Panthers' game plan should travel well
Giants quarterback Eli Manning took the brunt of the criticism for the woeful output of New York's offense, and some of that was warranted. He rushed some throws, he threw off his back foot a lot and his mechanics looked unsound. But most of the blame can go to the constant pressure he was under, a direct result of the scheme the Panthers employed -- a scheme we might see again this week in Chicago.
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