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TAMPA Michael Palardy Jersey , Fla. (AP) — Cam Newton and Jameis Winston know there's no surefire way for a quarterback to lead a team out of a funk.What works in one situation may not necessarily be the answer in another.Newton's second-place Carolina Panthers (6-5) have lost three straight games following a 6-2 start, moving closer to the bottom of the NFC South than the top. Winston's getting another chance to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-7) out of the division cellar after spending a month on the bench because of his propensity for making costly mistakes."In the NFL, part of winning is not losing, not beating yourself," Bucs coach Dirk Koetter said, reflecting on Winston delivering his best performance of the season to help Tampa Bay stop a four-game skid last week."You have to just keep it simple," said Winston, who lost his starting job after turning the ball over 11 times in 14 quarters.The fourth-year pro said the difference during last week's 27-9 rout of San Francisco was his decisiveness with the football."I'm thinking about one play at a time, one completion at a time, one game at a time," Winston said. "It's easier to keep it simple when you're decisive, making quick decisions and getting the ball out of your hands."The Panthers haven't won since beating the Bucs 42-28 at home on Nov. 4. Kicking woes factored in narrow losses the past two weeks to Detroit and Seattle, however, and Newton said he's focused on the next opportunity to get back on track.Win or lose, he has learned you give yourself 24 hours to get over the excitement or disappointment."You can either celebrate or sulk and sob," the Carolina quarterback said. "After that 24 hours is up, let it go. That has been so helpful for me in my growth as a man."For Winston, Sunday's game against the Panthers represents the next test in what amounts to an audition to determine if he's Tampa Bay's quarterback of the future.The 24-year-old didn't face the Panthers last time. He was benched after throwing four interceptions the previous week at Cincinnati.Some things to watch when the NFC South rivals meet:NEWTON LIKES WHERE HE'S ATNewton said this week he's playing the best football of his career, despite a three-game losing streak.Newton has thrown at least two TD passes in 10 straight games and seems to be thriving in Norv Turner's offensive scheme."I'm just feeling in control https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Sam-Mills-Jersey ," Newton said. "There are no question marks. My assuredness of every single play I know exactly what I'm supposed to do."McCAFFREY ON THE RUNChristian McCaffrey last week became the first Panthers running back to eclipse 100 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving in the same game. His 237 yards from scrimmage against the Seahawks were the most in franchise history.McCaffrey had 157 yards from scrimmage and two TDs rushing in the last meeting with the Bucs.Newton joked that you shouldn't call the 5-foot-10, 205-pound McCaffrey "small," because he hates being labeled a small back."C-Mac has defied all odds," Newton said. "With C-Mac, he has always been a workhorse. He's always been a playmaker. There's no denying that. My thing is when you draft a person, is he comfortable with the game on the line?"WHERE ARE THE TURNOVERSCarolina's defense has thrived on takeaways over the years, but they have been struggling in that area of late. The Panthers haven't forced a turnover in the three games since they last played the Buccaneers. In that game they intercepted Ryan Fitzpatrick twice.EVANS VS. BRADBERRYIn the last meeting, Carolina cornerback James Bradberry put the clamps on Bucs receiver Mike Evans, holding Tampa Bay's top receiver to one catch for 16 yards on 10 targets in a 42-28 victory at home.However, Bradberry has struggled in three games since giving up big plays in each of those games in losses to Pittsburgh, Detroit and Seattle.Bradberry is expected to draw Evans again."They game-planned really well," Evans said. "Even though they're a one-high team, it felt like Eric Reid was just coming to me no matter what. And then Bradberry was underneath just pressing. So, I've got to be better, more physical, faster and stronger, and I think I will be this time around." Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the Hog Molly Report, where winning in the trenches is all that matters. Before we begin, we open with the reciting of our usual motto:In the spirit of Mr. Gettleman’s words (regardless of him having moved on) and the philosophy of building a team from the inside out https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Christian-Mccaffrey-Jersey , my goal will be to watch the hog mollies each game during the season and give them a grade based on their performance. This week we will look at the dominant effort in defeating the Baltimore Ravens, where the Carolina Panthers controlled the game and rose to 5-2 on the season. You don’t see wins like Sunday’s without a full team level of execution, so as you’d imagine, the Hog Mollies definitely did their part on offense, while the defensive line did just enough at key moments to keep things in the team’s favor.Offensive Hog MolliesYards per Carry: 4.7, season: 5.1 (2nd, NFL)Yards per Play: 6.1, season: 5.8 (13th, NFL)Sacks allowed: 0, season: 10 (T-3rd, NFL)Third downs converted: 6 of 12 or 50%, season: 41% (16th, NFL)Rating: 5 out of 5 Good Golly Miss MolliesThe Carolina Panthers continue to keep the train moving on offense, shutting out a Raven’s pass rush that entered the contest with the top overall sack figures in the NFL. Is the offensive line that good? I would say that they are being helped in a number of ways. The only teams better than them as far as sacks allowed are the New England Patriots and the New Orleans Saints. Those teams feature quarterbacks in Tom Brady and Drew Brees that are experts at movement inside the pocket, and getting the ball out of their hands just in time. Cam Newton has joined that echelon of play this season, and deserves to get more credit for it than he is currently garnering. That shouldn’t take away anything from the line, as you don’t keep your quarterback completely clean on his gumption alone. As with anything, it is a team effort, and the offense is fully synchronized right now.Here are your pressure counts for week eight:Here’s a brief sack report:1st Sack: NONE TO SPEAK OF.How’s that for brevity?Pro Football Focus has Chris Clark graded as our best overall offensive player https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Daryl-Williams-Jersey , and I vehemently disagree with that. Cam Newton was far better than their grade suggests, but did Clark have a case as our best overall lineman in the game? Count on it. While he did have two pressures, he was a major force in Christian McCaffrey’s touchdown run, and he made a few key blocks along the way to spring runners for first downs or to close out the game. Greg Van Roten had a hard day, but the Ravens’ interior line is going to make it tough sledding for anyone.Ryan Kalil continues to give us the best effort he can in his final season, and of course the right side of the line is as good as advertised with Taylor Moton continuing his march toward what should be a Pro Bowl bid. If this is just the beginning for the Panthers as they figure out their new offensive system, we may see even brighter days ahead, and that is exciting.Defensive Hog MolliesYards per Carry: 5.6, season: 4.4 (T-17th, NFL)Yards per Play: 5.2, season: 5.7 (19th, NFL)Sacks given: 2 (0 by DL), season: 18 (T-21st, NFL)Third down allowed %: 6 of 12 or 50%, season: 35% (7th, NFL)Rating: 3 out of 5 Mysterious MolliesSunday is a perfect example of why they don’t play these games on paper, and box score analysis if often the worst kind of evil. Three Ravens drives throw off the averages in this one (one in total garbage time) to where you’d think the defense didn’t have a great day. They weren’t perfect, but in football sometimes opportunism is better than consistency. The play of the day on defense is probably Kyle Love rumbling straight through the line and knocking Alex Collins into an alternate dimension where men with massive midsections are the ones modeling underwear, causing a fumble and an easy touchdown for the offense. Does that translate to Kyle Love having an incredible and consistent day? No it doesn’t. Does consistency matter all that much when a single huge effort can get your team seven points? I don’t think it does.So why then does the defensive line get only three out of a possible five hogs? For the exact reason they are the defensive line https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Donte-Jackson-Jersey , and this report serves to evaluate them in a bit of a bubble. Love made a commendable splash play on Sunday, but the line as a whole continues to struggle with the ability to get to the quarterback on a four man rush. Sure, Joe Flacco was feeling the pressure this week, but you gotta believe that Donte Jackson taking him to the woodshed brought out “Footsteps” Flacco more than Julius Peppers almost getting to him several times. Beyond those troubles, gap discipline regressed this week after a notable step forward against the Philadelphia Eagles. Our defensive ends continue to have trouble setting the edge, particularly when Efe Obada or Brian Cox Jr. rotate in.This is not what you want to see out of your defensive ends, failures to set the edge resulting in chunk plays.nextgenstats.nfl.comOnly three defensive linemen registered a SINGLE quarterback hit on Sunday. Dontari Poe, Kawann Short, Julius Peppers. The other four came from Luke Kuechly and the secondary on blitzes. That is not good, and is not a championship caliber effort by the defensive line. If we are serious about winning a Super Bowl this season, I would like to see a move made before the trade deadline to give our pass rush a boost.Hog Molly of the Week: Chris ClarkWhile I feel that Pro Football Focus is indeed a bit over-enthusiastic on his grade this week, that doesn’t change the fact Clark had his best game with the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, and against a front that should have given him a lot of trouble. The debate over whether a healthy Matt Kalil will return to a job when he is eligible to do so rages on, and this was a nice bounce back game for Clark who had two rough games prior to this. I stand by my statements made in the past few weeks that I would hate to break up the party the offensive line is currently throwing, and would leave Clark in until Kalil can prove he deserves it. Cohesion and trust cannot be undervalued when talking about offensive line play. There is something to be said, however, that Matt Kalil should be far more rested than the players he lines up against once he makes his return.
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