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Jake Delhomme certainly isn't the type of guy to point a finger at his offensive line -- even though he certainly has the right. <br><br> Despite being pressured throughout the game last Sunday against the Eagles, Delhomme refused to blame the five guys in front of him for his costly four interceptions, one of which was taken back 64 yards for a touchdown in Carolina's 30-8 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.<br><br>

"(The Eagles) did a good job on the pass rush, but you can't blame those guys up front," said Delhomme, whose Panthers look to rebound Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. "We just didn't get it done. It seems like it's the same old song and dance for four out of the five games this year. We're not getting it done, especially offensively and is has to fall on the quarterback." But... Recommended Stories

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