InterestsI'm the only man to DDT the Pope, watch Chewbacca play the bagpipes out his ass, and have the pleasure of circle jerking with Steven Seagal and The Rock'N'Roll Express while listening to Simple Man by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
If history is any reliable reference, it'll be another no win situation for the panthers. Stand pat and watch what's left of our DTs get eaten alive while Star is rehabbing, rush him back and lose him for the year because he's not 100%, or do damage control and try to bring in some player who's not nearly as good as what we're giving up to have him here just to patch a hole.
dude, I've seen both guys call for flags. Brady himself is known somewhat for it. Bennett's just ranting at the sky. Defensive player with a chip on his shoulder has sour grapes because the QBs get all the glory in the game. I get it.
that's because the QBs never got hit as hard as they have in the past 20 years. Players are bigger and hit harder. This has been documented. We can either try to protect the QB or watch them all land on IR by week 4.
reminds me of when Hurney was being scrutinized and everybody was going "hey! hurney's a draft guru! All these players are starting!" -yea, they're starting in spite of the fact that they're terrible and shouldn't be on the field but there's nobody better to unseat them because Hurney is awful at managing a roster
Half this board were throwing their hands in the air last year saying how it was such a grave mistake that Dave Gettleman didn't pursue Seantrel Henderson and as such he should be fired/run out of town/drawn and quartered. Seantrel was really abysmal last season and no way he would've saved the tackle position, but I literally saw someone post "Gettleman needs to try even if it's the wrong decision". So, I really don't put much stock into what people say about tackles on this forum.
just remember, folks. 2015 is the last year of bad Hurney contracts on the books (well, except for Stewart). The cap opens up this offseason, and we haven't truly seen what Gettleman can do in free agency when he has the cash to make power moves if there's a guy he really likes out there. And I'm not talking about 50 million dollar contracts but free agents that are quality and won't cost a mortgage of future cap space, but are nonetheless asking a price that we couldn't afford previously.