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  1. Bolden can play the wing or hybrid 4 Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  2. Really wish Jonah Bolden would fall to us and we'd grab him. Spread out offense with Howard in the middle just like that Orlando team he took to the finals Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  3. Id take that with a grain of salt. Both guys with pretty big egos getting ready to face off against each other that week. They are going to say stuff like that. I may be wrong but if you dug back when they were here, Captain did mentor. That article is just like quoting Smitty the week of his first game against Carolina in Baltimore after being cut Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  4. This is what I've said we missed the most. Norman was good but I have zero doubt the ability of Bradberry and Worley Norman had that edge and a firecracker that rubbed off on the whole entire secondary. Without him the whole secondary last year (though rookie heavy) looked very bland/dull etc. Captain is one of those firecracker guys that will bring it to the D. Remember he helped mentor Norman his rookie year. Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  5. Trading UP and drafting Armanti Edwards. Edwards was projected high 5th-mid 4th. Trading UP into the 3rd to reach to grab him was bad enough, but trading away the 2nd for next year which happened to be the 33rd pick. That helped set up a horrid 2011 draft (outside of Cam) where Every pick outside the 1st was gone within 2-3 years. Having that 33rd which essentially is another 1st would be been huge. Meanwhile Edwards was rarely activated and cut within 3 seasons Also guys picked around where we grabbed Armanti. Eric Decker 2 picks prior Navorro Bowman 2 picks after Jimmy Graham a few after that The same draft we didn't have our 1st (#17) do to trading up the year before for Everett Brown Guys drafted around where we would be picked at 17 in that draft. Earl Thomas, 14 JPP 15 Mike Iupati 17 Mike Pouncey 18 Damarius Thomas 22 Bryan Beluga 23 Maybe the biggest mistake was firing Hurney 2-3 seasons to late Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  6. Samuel is going to going to have a better year than Ginn Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  7. Dude needs to retire for his own sake. Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  8. This no way in hell they would trade him. They'd toy with the idea of our #8 pick but that's it. They had a terrible OL outside of him. Got rid of any other OL that was worth a damn. Took a Beating from the media for it for pretty much setting the QBs up for failure. QBs took a Major beating from it (look at all the QBs they went through) even had Pryor who was their leading WR have to slide back over and play QB because they were out of them. Brown's learned as you can see they made some moves in FA to help the OL everyone ripped them for. The last thing they are going to do is trade away their all-pro LT. Just as good a chance we trade away Luke or Olsen as them trade Thomas. Ready for the off-season to end so you don't see these Madden la la land threads Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  9. Brown's traded for a in the box SS in Pryor just after drafting one in Peppers Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  10. Funch Bradberry- I know he's been putting in work this off-season, and have a feeling he is going to blow up Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  11. Reason I think he will be is CMC came out of a system that was a between the tackles runner. A large % of his carries were between the tackles. Kid has some of the best vision for a RB I have seen come out in a while. CAP came out of a spread system where you rarely have to block. A large chunk of your runs are off zone reads etc. Just avg speed and quickness. Lacks the vision and patients finding the hole. My question is are we just going ahead and pushing off CAP and assume Fozzy is going to be the one we keep? Fizzy has looked better the last 2 seasons. CAP is more physical. With CMC how many APY RBs are we going to keep. Maybe this is the year CAP shows he is actually worth a spot. Maybe he finally gets past that learning curve coming out of one of those spread systems he has been way behind coming in, in terms of blocking and watching/reading your blocks Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  12. Tolbert for the super bowl fumbles And I like Jake Delhomme but damn he deserved one after that Arizona collapse Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  13. Im REALLY excited about this kid. People dont talk about him much but dude is super smart and has work ethic. But is pretty athletic. Some crazy people on here were wanting Cam Robinson for our LT. Moton beat Robinson in pretty much every athletic drill 20 shutttle Moton- 4.58 (only Bolles with a 4.55 and another OL from Wyoming ran it faster) Robinson- 4.82 3 cone Moton- 7.73 Robinson-7.81 Broad Jump Moton- 109 Robinson- 106 Vert Moton-30.5 (only 2 jumped higher) Robinson- 26 Only thing Robinson beat him in.....the 40, the least important one for OL Moton- 5.18 Robinson-5.15 Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  14. I can see the Cam injury. But the back to back winning seasons is weak, we were one game that resulted in a tie from having 3 straight .500+ seasons. And that 1 bad season we made it to the divisional round of the playoffs (just as far as last years Cowgirls made it) and lost on the road in a hard fought game to the team that shouodve won the superbowl if they would just hand the damn ball off to beast mode. We play in one of the tougher divisions, but outside of that we have a favorable schedule. Outside of the Pats, the AFC east has been one of the weakest in football. We play SF and Chicago who picked #2 and #3 in the draft for a reason. We play 3 of the worst 6 teams from last year. 6 out of our 16 games picked in the top 11 this year. Minn is in rebuild mode losing alot and could have Remmers starting at LT. Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app
  15. Maybe im just being a homer but how the heck are we being so overlooked. I get it we had a bad year last season. The Falcons just came off a superbowl appearance so I can see how some have them favorites, but how so heavily. Do people forget just the year prior we were in the same game and had only 1 loss, maybe my memory isnt that great but I believe only the Pats undefeated regular season are the only one to do that recently. Do people forget that we won the division and made it to the divisional round of the playoffs the previous 2 seasons prior to the superbowl appearance? Are is everyone assuming the Falcons are immune to the hangover that hit us hard and many teams in the past? Normans replacement is light years ahead of him at the same stage (took Norman 2.5 years to show anything, 2 to even get off the bench in a weak CB group). His replacement graded out about the same as him last year as a rookie. Nickelback has been one of our weaker points on D the last few seasons, we brought in a guy who graded out as one of the top Nickles in the game the last 2 seasons, and he is coming home to finish. So hes hungry. Peppers isnt the same young Pep who was here before. But dudes a freak and still possibly more athletic than Ealy. Vet who is Hungry for a ring. A guy who is close to Big Cat and a true homegrown kid. Really spells out him giving one last push giving whats left in the tank. We bring in a Vet and Probowl SS after the loss of Harper hurt last year. We lost Ginn, but even though he is a rookie Samuel may very well be a upgrade. Ginn has been a nobody every other team he's played at but a stud here, mainly due to his deep speed. He lost most of his quickness the last couple of seasons though thus the big step back in the return game. Samuel brings the same speed (maybe more with his youth vs the older Ginn) plus way more shiftiness and quickness. After the Norman situation there were rumors about some of the players not being happy with the way it was handled and questioned the FO. Wrapping up KK should clear ALL the dust in the air among the players in that locker room. Sent using the amazing CarolinaHuddle mobile app