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  • 07 Sep
    Are you afraid of Washington? Carolina’s next road trip is a
    Week 6 contest against the Washington football team. They are not the scariest
    match-up on
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    , but Cincinnati taught us last week that
    not every tiger is what it seems. Washington is going to be a tougher game than
    you might expect.You’re going to hear a lot in these columns about trap games.
    2018 is full of them. The idea is the team could get caught looking past one
    opponent because a tougher one is on the horizon. Week 7, for example, is
    another trip north. The Panthers will face the reigning Super Bowl Champion
    Philadelphia Eagles — a team which handed the Panthers a bitterly close loss
    last year. I don’t think that will be the case with this game.Alex Smith is the
    former 1st overall pick turned average journeyman game manager that everyone who
    isn’t honest with themselves thinks Cam Newton should be. He can run a little
    and he can throw short and intermediate balls pretty well, but he’s not known
    for leading heroic fourth quarter comebacks or striking fear into the hearts of
    defenses with his deep ball accuracy. He shouldn’t be a game breaking
    concern.Adrian Peterson is no longer the guy that wins games all by himself. He
    has lost a step in his old age. Even if he hadn’t, the Panthers have
    traditionally done very well defending against him. His best game against them
    required 20 carries to total 84 yards and a single touchdown in 2011. That was
    three careers ago for most running backs.If it seems weird to you that I am
    pointing out all of the reasons why Washington shouldn’t be frightening in a
    column that is supposed to point out all of the reasons why Washington is
    frightening then you may have forgotten who their opponent is in Week 6. This is
    exactly the kind of team that Carolina would lose to. Their kryptonite is
    middle-of-the-road-at-best players and teams that step up and have career days.
    Remember Thomas Rawls and Andre Brown.Regardless of who is on the schedule or
    when, the Panthers have a time honored tradition of winning games they had no
    business being in and losing games they shouldn’t. Their loss to the Bears last
    season comes to mind.It even features a similar formula with an uninspiring
    offense and a highly competent defense. This isn’t 2015. The Panthers have yet
    to prove they are a cut above the rest of the league. I hope I’m wrong, but this
    game feels all too familiar. The East-West Shrine Game is a good chance to see
    some of the NFL Draft’s lesser known prospects display their talents. The game
    will kickoff Saturday, January 19 at 3 p.m. ET on NFL Network."WhiteFanposts
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    East-West Shrine GameNew,19commentsThe East-West Shrine Game is a good chance to
    see some of the NFL Draft’s lesser known prospects display their talents. The
    game will kickoff
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    , January 19 at 3 p.m. ET on NFL
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    East-West Shrine GameJay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY SportsThe NFL Draft calendar
    spans 365 days a year, but the scouting process really began to heat up this
    week in St. Petersburg during the practices of the East-West Shrine Game. This
    event isn’t as high profile as next week’s Senior Bowl, but there is always
    talent to be found. Some notable alumni from last year’s event includes Phillip
    Lindsay, Poona Ford, Kenny Young, Chase Edmunds, DaeSean Hamilton, and Avonte
    Maddox. Here are five names to keep an eye on during tomorrow’s game. Daniel
    Wise (DL, Kansas)Daniel Wise is the younger brother of Patriots edge rusher
    Deatrich Wise. Wise has been a consistent force during the practices according
    to several people in attendance. When watching his
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    , Wise displays plenty of quickness to work himself into the
    backfield. Wise is also known for his ability to disengage from blockers thanks
    to his strong hands and leverage when taking on blockers. Wise lined up in every
    position on the defensive line for the Jayhawks. His best position at the next
    level will likely be at 3-technique. He can leverage his quickness on passing
    downs, but he also has the functional strength to disengage and force stops
    against the runs. Daylon Mack (NT, Texas A&M)The former Aggie’s strong
    practices in St. Petersburg has not gone unnoticed. He received an invite to
    next week’s Senior Bowl in Mobile as a result. Mack was mainly lined up as a
    1-technique or nose tackle in A&M’s defensive front. My first impressions on
    his film did not go well. Granted, Clemson has great talent on their offensive
    line but Mack didn’t play with enough leverage to win against power. I’ll be
    curious how Mack does during next week’s Senior Bowl practices, but for now I
    was uninspired by his play.Devine Ozigbo (RB, Nebraska)My favorite prospect from
    this year’s Shrine game is Devine Ozigbo. Rotoworld’s Josh Norris compared him
    to Matt Breida and I totally see that comparison. Ozigbo has burst, short area
    quickness, and runs after contact very well. He has issues in pass protection,
    but his skill set is appealing. Terry Godwin
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    , Georgia)Godwin was part of a productive offense in Georgia,
    but he didn’t put up eye popping stats. He’s short in stature, but he can
    produce big plays for an offense. He works through contact at the line of
    scrimmage and then shows the ability to separate downfield. Godwin also has the
    short area quickness to catch defenders flat footed. He has precise footwork,
    but also wonderful burst to outrun defenders. Olisaemeka Udoh (OT, Elon)A small
    school offensive tackle prospect from North Carolina who was on my radar last
    year was North Carolina A&T’s Brandon Parker. This year’s version is Oli
    Udoh, who was invited to the Senior Bowl yesterday. I had no experience with
    Udoh prior to this week’s practices, but when footage like this came out it
    caught my attention. Next week’s Senior Bowl will provide a better glimpse into
    Udoh’s overall game against better competition, but he should certainly be on
    your radar leading up to April’s draft.