My biggest gripe with PFF is that they don't know what plays are being called, and therefore have no idea what any particular players assignment should be on a given play. So how can you praise or knock people for doing what they should or should not be doing when you don't know what task they've been assigned with in the first place?
In fairness, I'm sure Cam Newton has a similar record. Unless you are like the Colts in Peyton's prime or the Saints in Brees' prime, a lot of quarterbacks probably have a really shitty record when the opponent goes over 25.
Gonna finish the structural steel framing to my bar in the backyard and then hopefully run the electrical and add the durarock concrete board. Already got the sink and faucet ready to install after that. I want to get as much done as I can while it's a panthers bye weekend.
The whole thing was blown up into a circus, and continues to be a circus. I loved me some Greg Hardy. He is/was a beast on game days. But truth be told he is bat shiit crazy and in this day in age with microphones everywhere and media sensationalism running rampant, he's a liability that just isn't worth the headaches he brings off the field.