Greg Olsen: “We Can Play A Lot Of Different Ways, That’s What We’ve Learned This Year”
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Greg Olsen the Panthers starting tight end joins The Drive to talk about if that was Cam Newton’s best game so far, how the change in offensive coordinators has affected the team this year, and what the atmosphere of Bank of America Stadium felt like last night and how it compared to other regular season games.
Greg Olsen talked with Taylor and Marc first about just how good the entire state of North Carolina is feeling about this Panthers team.
“Whether or not you are a fan of either team it was a great game”
“I feel really good for our fans it was a great night for our city, our state, and our supporters. I think it was a well deserved night of enjoyment”
Everyone is talking about the final play and the pass interference no call. Whats Greg’s opinion?
“I think the worst part of the whole situation is it’s kind of put a negative spin on a great game”
“Calls in the game are going to for and against you. We’ve had our fair share of bad calls against us”
After a big win just how does a team get ready for the next game on a short week?
“If there is one thing you can say about our team over the years…we come out fighting each week, we take our preparation very seriously”
A few weeks ago the Panthers were looking at a possible Wild Card now the Division title is in grasp. Does Greg feel that way?
“We need to continue to take this one game at a time approach. If you get to far ahead of yourself in this league you can get yourself in trouble.”
The Panthers travel to Miami this Sunday to play the Dolphins game time is at 1p and Fox will have the coverage.