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 Molly Report Youth Kawann Short Jersey , 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, 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 uplifting win over the Cincinnati Bengals where the Panthers improve to 2-1 on the season heading into their early bye week. Like the game before it, this game wasn’t at all what we expected given the events of the week prior. Both sets of Hog Mollies came to play, even against a daunting opponent on both sides of the ball.Offensive Hog MolliesYards per Carry: 5.6, season: 5.5 (3rd, NFL)Yards per Play: 5.8, season: 5.8 (14th, NFL)Sacks allowed: 1, season: 6 (T-14th, NFL)Third downs converted: 6 of 13 or 46%, season: 42% (13th, NFL)Rating: 5 out of 5 Pigs in a Cam Newton blanketThe Carolina Panthers currently lead the league in average rushing yards per game and are third overall in yards per carry while consistently being down at least three of their expected starting linemen. I can’t overstate home phenomenal that is. Credit is shared by the hogs and the excellent offensive backfield behind them for this achievement. Even more phenomenal perhaps, is the fact that they only gave up one sack against one of the more talented front fours in the NFL, and kept pressure to a minimum on the day.Here’s a very brief sack report:1st Sack: Q4 11:59, 1st & 10, CAR 31 - The only sack of the game could have been a game changing disaster. Chris Clark succeeds on initial contact one on one vs. Carlos Dunlap, but eventually allows him by on an outside speed rush. The angle is just enough for Dunlap to reach out and get a hand on Cam Newton’s throwing arm as he cocks back for a throw. The ball comes out , thankfully it takes a Carolina bounce off a Cincinnati defender’s chest and Cam somehow ends up with it again.The bye week comes at an opportune time for the offensive line, as hopefully it will be enough time for Trai Turner to clear the concussion protocol. It should be noted that Tyler Larsen has done an excellent job filling in for him though. This was also a bounce back game for Greg Van Roten and Ryan Kalil, who struggled a bit against the Falcons. Van Roten was particularly brilliant on the day, helping lead the charge on a Cam Newton rushing touchdown and C.J. Anderson receiving touchdown.Chris Clark continues to be really good as far as the expectations go for a guy who would still be available to play left tackle once the season starts. The Panthers continue to trust him without much help on that left side, and though he surrendered the most pressure of any lineman, it was well within an acceptable range. On the other side, Taylor Moton continues to be outstanding, and is making a great case for a Pro Bowl bid.Defensive Hog MolliesYards per Carry: 5.1, season: 4.9 (26th, NFL)Yards per Play: 6.7, season: 6.0 (26th, NFL)Sacks given: 2, season: 8 (T-9th, NFL)Third down allowed %: 4 of 10 or 40%, season: 38% (T-14th, NFL)Rating: 4 out of 5 Disruptive SnortsmanThis week is a great example of why they don’t play the game on paper. Statistically, allowing five yards a carry and seven yards a play is pretty bad, evidenced by the team’s season rankings. However Womens Donte Jackson Jersey , crunch time sacks like those delivered by Efe Obada yesterday (one credited, and one that became an incompletion on review) have far more reaching impacts. Just look at the play Carlos Dunlap made for the Bengals. That could have completely flipped the game result, had they recovered the fumble.Another thing that doesn’t show up on stat sheets are eye-based statistics like pressure generated, and the effect of pressure in a quarterback’s face. To that end, it was an extremely uncomfortable day for Andy Dalton, and the entire rotation more or less contributed. Kyle Love and Vernon Butler both had bounce back days, showing that maintaining effectiveness while they are on the field is crucial to our success. The interception counter was just as much a hog molly achievement as a defensive backs one... but particularly in one very impressive case...Hog Molly of the Week: Efe ObadaTo the tune of Obladi Oblada by The Beatles...Rivera has Marquise on the inactive list...Efe is your Sunday man.Rivera says to Efe man I like your face...Efe does the best he can.Oba dee Obada on the lawn bra...La-La Efe on the lawn.Andy D Andy Da on the ground bra...La-La Andy on the ground.This is probably the easiest award I’ll hand out all season. Obada made a name for himself, picking a really good day to have a career day. He effectively registered two sacks on Andy Dalton, and a game changing heads up interception. Some people are already crowning him the future of the Panthers pass rush, and while I would caution against that, it was an awesome step for a guy whose road to the NFL has been a strange and difficult one. But, there are some perks when you’re a very raw prospect like Obada. If your first real knowledge of the game comes from professional coaching, there are a lot fewer bad habits to break. I for one hope this is a sign of things to come, and I’m sure Rivera will factor him more heavily into the rotation going forward. For the first time since 2010, the Carolina Panthers have a quarterback battle on their hands heading into the preseason — at least when it comes to who'll backup 2015 league MVP Cam Newton.Since Newton entered the league as the No. 1 overall pick in 2011, Panthers coach Ron Rivera has always had veteran Derek Anderson to fall back on as a security blanket. But the Panthers opted not to re-sign the 35-year Anderson this offseason, opening the battle for the No. 2 spot between two young QBs who have attempted one career pass between them.Garrett Gilbert and Taylor Heinicke will begin that battle in earnest on Thursday night when the Panthers open the preseason in Buffalo against the Bills.Rivera said Gilbert will be the first off the bench and will get some reps with the first team. Heinicke will be the third quarterback for this game, although he didn't rule out that the QB rotation could change the following week."I'm really curious to watch them and see how they both do , I really am," Rivera said. "... We are going to try to get those guys as many snaps as we can the next few weeks so we can make a good decision."Rivera said he'll try to split reps as equally as possible between the two in the preseason."We would like to feel really good about who the guy is going to be going into the last preseason game so he can get the bulk of the work," Rivera said. "We will give them both some opportunities with the twos and the threes and create some situations where they can get some time with the ones."Panthers tight end Greg Olsen said he likes what he's seen from both young QBs in training camp."They are two really smart kids and can spin it really well," Olsen said. "Of course, losing a guy like D.A. (Anderson) is tough for a lot of reasons because of who he was in the locker room for us, but we are moving in another direction."Ironically, both Gilbert and Heinicke have spent time in New England behind Tom Brady, although neither was able to stick with the Patriots.Gilbert was drafted in the sixth round by the Rams in 2014 and spent time with the Patriots, Lions and Raiders before serving as Carolina's third-string quarterback last season. However, he's never played in a regular season game."You can see the confidence with how he gets up and handles things right now," Rivera said. "He has a strong arm and we know that. So now, it's about knowing the offense, and what we're trying to do and then taking it and translating."Heinicke has a leg up on Gilbert in that area since he's familiar with coordinator Norv Turner's offensive system having spent two years working under him with the Minnesota Vikings."He has shown us he has a good arm and good decision maker and he's athletic as well," Rivera said.Gilbert said he's not worried about the competition at this point, saying his goal is to "develop my skills and be the best quarterback for this team I can possibly be."NOTES: Rivera said ideally he'd like to play Newton about nine to 10 plays against the Bills. ... Tyler Larsen will start at center against the Bills as the team slowly works center Ryan Kalil back into action. ... Defensive end Julius Peppers still has not practiced with the team, although he has been cleared to return.