xav8tor

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  1. video of Cam responding to criticism

    Dayum! I gotta say it was worth watching that for the last thing he said: "Your, or anybody else's expectations, will NEVER exceed mine." Keep pounding Cam!
  2. Uh...no, that ain't the right analogy, not even close. I was possessed with a natural six pack when I was a young man tho.
  3. Who used the word fat? I do like 'em ripped though.
  4. Honestly, that's true. I've been married to one for twenty-five years. Not only is she a looker, but funny as hell and smart to boot.
  5. Either you need to see more boobies to learn the difference, or that Broncoette, or whatever they call them, needs to a) eat less, b) learn to hold in her tummy when wearing skimpy clothes, or c) give up cheerleading when visibly preggers. I'm amazed her pants stayed up.
  6. Blandino on the no catch call

    Blandino is either wrong, confused about his own rule, or under someone's thumb. The media this morning is full of articles discussing this. Where did the ball hit the ground? Even if it did, was it already in his control at that point? Is there even an argument to be made that Cotch had become a runner, which would also change the outcome? http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/08/sports/football/jerricho-cotchery-darian-stewart.html?_r=0 http://www.sbnation.com/2016/2/7/10933928/super-bowl-nfl-catch-rules-carolina-panthers-jerricho-cotchery http://www.si.com/nfl/2016/02/07/carolina-panthers-jerricho-cotchery-catch-incomplete-video And the list goes on... That play/call, and a few others like it, changed the game - and not in a good way for the Panthers.
  7. Big congrats to the Broncos

    You miss the point. Of course WP dialed up a great plan. Duh. Hence, no need for blatant no calls by refs and dirty play. I am all for clean hits that are brutal, a la those by our own #59/58 duo. Look at it this way, what if Luke had gone for the base of Manning's neck (on his upper back) on that sack? What would have been the outcome? Since I have the exact same spine/neuro issue as Peyton, I can tell you that he would have been far more useless the rest of the game (assuming he could have stayed in it), and there probably would have been an ejection. Had a neutral game been called, and played, hard but clean, I'd have zero problems with it, aside from this thread being pinned and penned by the owner of the forum. That field pass might be harder to get next year, but pinning the "real reason Cam left" thread might make up for it. Personally, I abhor being PC, and the aforementioned behavior by Denver and the NFL provides me with no reason to be so.
  8. Big congrats to the Broncos

    The fans had a massive showing because their air tickets were far cheaper. It's a day trip for them. As for the Broncos, they played dirtier, not harder. There's a difference. Talib got away with murder knowing he could risk severely injuring a burgeoning receiver who'd made some clutch plays recently, and only be penalized by a yard. Then there's the Miller slap/whack to the Cam's face/helmet, which he's been quoted as being especially proud of, just as Talib is of his play. Maybe no call since he didn't grab the mask, but still... . And then there's the catch that wasn't a catch because no one even knows what constitutes a catch anymore. That's what set the tone and it was downhill from there. Toss in "ref interference" and game over. I like Manning, and I'm no conspiracy theorist, but it sure feels like the NFL gave him that Lombardi.
  9. Nice eye Zod. Can we all chip in and get you to the MIA game? Some shots at that one would be nice, especially if the weather is warm.
  10. Better try an electric razor when your first time shaving rolls around in a few years. The ones with blades will cut you. She was front and center in my first Huddle avatar from the JAX game.
  11. I'd like to thank Zod and rayzor for injecting some logic and well-reasoned analysis into these threads about yesterday's game. I tried in the locked Shula thread but was so dang mad I couldn't even type straight. If we take the Bills and Giants, maybe we'll have something to look forward to after the bye. If things aren't shaping up well by the middle of October, I expect JR may get his broom out of the closet, hand it to the G-man, and do a little house cleaning again. On a positive note, if the season does go down the crapper this year, the 2014 draft is overloaded with OL talent.
  12. Game Grades - Seahawks at Panthers

    Seattle won, and they are not that impressive. We lost. Sure a few bright spots for us, but overall not that impressive either, especially with all the talk of starting strong. Panthers overall grade D. Coaching F----. Can 'em NOW.
  13. Apparently so, and while we're on the subject, the visiting Chawks should also be aware that Mecklenburg County was arguably the first to declare independence, about a year before the "official" Dec was signed. Furthermore, the Brits, like the Chawks, found our home to be like a "hornet's nest" when facing us in battle. Our opponent this week may well feel the same. I have a feeling BoA's field will look a lot like my backyard after my wife's cat snagged a bird...bloody feathers all over the place.
  14. Actually, in a recent study published in the American Journal of Preventive and Restorative Dentistry, Seattle ranked 47th out of the 50 largest USA metro areas in terms of relative dental health of their population while Charlotte ranked third.
  15. Because at least one of 59's plays will indirectly, if not directly, put additional points on the board for us, just like in the preseason Ravens game.