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’s first selection in the 2019 NFL Draft."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Keep Sounding PodcastPanthers 2019 NFL DraftCSR Film RoomPanthers 2019 NFL DraftTwitter reacts to the Carolina Panthers selection of Brian Burns at No. 16 overallNew Blue Taylor Moton Jersey ,19commentsTwitter shared their opinions of Marty Hurney’s first selection in the 2019 NFL Draft.EDTShareTweetShareShareTwitter reacts to the Carolina Panthers selection of Brian Burns at No. 16 overallFirst I have to give a hat tip to Panthers beat writer Jourdan Rodrigue for nailing the Panthers pick in her mock draft.First up is some coach speak from Ron Rivera.Next up is Panthers general manager Marty Hurney describing his call to Brian Burns:‘Ol McLovin is a happy boy as well. There are pictures of him wearing Panther blue tonight because he had a feeling. Well he was right. Here’s the video proof.More from Hurney on Burns potential:The Panthers seem to know what Burns needs to work on to improve his game: Hey you have to love Burns production in college. has weighed in.Sweet! Here’s more from Rivera:To finish the sentence, ‘to play what the Panthers want in the 3-4 or 4-3 assignment.’ So there you go. Combine that with his production and he was the guy.Here’s a slightly surprising statement from Hurney:Wow...that’s linebacker weight for a 4-3 defense. We might see the 3-4 alignment even more than advertised. I can’t remember the last time the Panthers have had this kind of speed off the edge. That would take some adjustment for every Panthers opponent on the schedule.If Brian Burns was a Super Hero he would be...Put your favorite tweets in the comment thread. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP)When it comes to the playoffs, the Carolina Panthers have been there, done that. The Panthers are unquestionably the most battle-tested team in the NFC playoffs with a roster consisting of players who have participated in 187 career postseason games. That’s quite a few more than the Atlanta Falcons (143), and more than double that of Carolina’s first-round opponent, the New Orleans Saints (90). Philadelphia players have played in 74 playoff games and Minnesota’s 69, while the Los Angeles Rams are the least experienced NFC playoff team with 21. Whether or not that experience pays off for the Panthers (11-5) remains to be seen. Carolina enters Sunday’s game at New Orleans having lost both previous regular season matchups to the Saints (11-5) by a combined 31 points. But 37-year-old defensive end Julius Peppers believes Carolina’s experience can only help. ”We’ve had guys who have been there before, so I feel like we should be ready and more prepared Taylor Moton Jersey 2019 ,” Peppers said. ”I feel like guys have been around and know how to approach this thing. I think it will help us keep our poise a little bit too.” The Panthers learned that the hard way in 2013. They played host to the San Francisco 49ers in a divisional playoff game, but several players lost their cool – and their focus – on different occasions when calls didn’t go their way. It turned out to be a valuable lesson, as the Panthers lost the game. ”Guys were a little too excited, too rambunctious and got away from ourselves early in the game and we weren’t able to bounce back from that,” Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly said. Kuechly and the Panthers did a better job of managing that emotion in 2015, although there were a few hiccups in the Super Bowl loss to Denver. ”I think guys understand that emotions are going to run high in a playoff game and you have to understand that the most important thing is to play the game and not get wrapped up in the emotion of the game and get too excited and start making dumb plays,” Kuechly said. Experience, he said, helps that. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said last week’s 22-10 loss felt a little like the 2013 playoff defeat to the 49ers. The Panthers had three key calls go against them in the first half against the Falcons and never recovered. They not only wound up losing the game youth Luke Kuechly Jersey , but a chance to capture the NFC South division title and host a playoff game. ”One of the things I said to the guys: `We got a little caught up in not being happy about some of the calls that weren’t made.’ I think we got a little distracted by that,” Rivera said. ”It was a little bit of a lesson (for younger players) and a little bit of refresher (for veterans), a reminder that, `This is playoff time. You can’t lose your focus. We’ve got to keep it on the game.”’ While the Panthers have never won a Super Bowl, this is their fourth trip to the playoffs in the last five seasons. Panthers tight end Greg Olsen said playoff experience does matter, not only on game day but also in the preparation leading up to it. ”If you haven’t played in one, it’s really hard to anticipate it,” Olsen said. ”That level of intensity keeps going up. It’s like when you first play in the preseason in the NFL and then all of sudden the regular season opener comes and it’s like, well Stitched Luke Kuechly Jersey , this is a little different. It’s kind of a similar transition to the playoffs. Every play, every move, every inch is so important. The margin for error is very small.” Said Saints coach Sean Payton: ”I think playing in big games matter. The experience of doing that, a lot of these younger players kind of played in this BCS series, it is that same type of environment. … I think it can be a factor and yet I think the preparation and the attention to detail, those type of things are most significant.” Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is 3-3 in playoffs games. He said just as much as experience, the playoffs after about having ”smart players, players that a conscientious of the situation at hand” is equally as important. The Panthers certainly have that in players like Peppers, Kuechly Youth Bruce Irvin Jersey , Thomas Davis, Charles Johnson and Mike Adams on defense, as well as Newton, Olsen, Ryan Kalil and Jonathan on offense. NOTES: Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart (back stiffness) and guard Trai Turner practiced for the second straight day, although Turner remains in the concussion protocol. But starting left tackle Matt Kalil did not practice because of an illness. — AP Sports Writer Brett Martel in New Orleans contributed to this report. —

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