This article originally appeared in the New York Post.
This week’s New Orleans Saints-Carolina Panthers matchup isn’t looking so great, with two teams with a combined record of just 3-7. But two players and one coach were playing to get things going the other way. Here’s how they did it.
When the Panthers started their third-string quarterback, Cam Newton played a series of passes that are difficult to play against a defense he barely knows, let alone a rookie quarterback. While the first and second quarter came and went, when the fourth quarter rolled around, Newton continued to get the ball out there.
The Panthers would continue to use that strategy throughout, and after Newton tossed two touchdown passes to tight end Greg Olsen and the only run of the game, the defense was forced to come out and tackle Cam for no gain on a third-and-2. The ensuing punt, however, was returned by safety Tre Boston for a touchdown, bringing the scoreboard to 35-6. This would be the final points of the game, and with both teams still trailing, it was now Newton, Olsen, and the Panthers’ fans who had to celebrate.
The end of the game wouldn’t last long. With the teams both tied at 34-34, the Panthers’ defense came out of the huddle and went after Newton again, forcing a field goal and putting the Panthers’ fans and the rest of the world on edge.
This time, however, they were able to score. On the game’s final drive, Greg Olsen found the end zone on a pass-catching touchdown to pick them up 34-31. The Panthers would go on to dominate the rest of the game, defeating the Panthers and Carolina Panthers 31-20.
The Panthers’ secondary was once again impressive in the game, allowing one touchdown to Cam and allowing just one passing touchdown. The first-team defense also had plenty of contributions, particularly on the outside linebacker position with Cam making his second consecutive start behind the line of scrimmage, where he and fellow defensive specialist Kony Ealy have been playing fairly well.
In September 2011, I had my first experience with Bitcoin.
It was a Thursday afternoon at the University of Illinois, a few blocks from campus, and I was attending the annual event for online Bitcoin groups. Bitcoin was one of two sessions at a lecture course at Illinois called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” (The other was a conference about Bitcoin.)
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