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10 Jan 2014
Carolina's ability to bring pressure with just four pass rushers will be pivotal against San Francisco on Sunday.
Posted by: Vincent Verhei on 10 Jan 2014
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25 Jan 2014, 6:12am by
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The conclusion seems odd, that it's hard to see how Kapaernick will fare better against Carolina this time around.
Isn't it easy to see how he could? He has a different set of receivers this time, Crabtree and Davis for starters, compared to the still-gimpy Manningham and Kyle Williams that he had in the last game. And it's not a hard point to see -- I've seen it made a dozen or two times.
Maybe just a poorly-thought-out conclusion tacked on to an article about Carolina's line play.
Dunno, he just says that one of the guys we have back will need to make a difference. I thought it was a good read, I'd been worrying that Kap has been very good against the blitz this year but the Panthers generate their pressure with only the front four. It's a good matchup for them.
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