Navy_football

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About Navy_football

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  • Birthday 03/11/1975

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  • Location Arlington, VA
  • Interests Football, Baseball, Weightlifting

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  1. Navy_football added a post in a topic It's Jaguar Week! Come get some.   

    Pie'd it before I even read it.
    And after I read it, I wanted to Pie it again...
    Dam, there's never enough Pie for SCP!
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  2. Navy_football added a post in a topic Final Panthers Cuts   

    Think it'd be a huge mistake to let Wegher go. He is the only back built for 20+ carries a game on this team - except for Stewart, but Stewart breaks down after 4-5 games.
    We have to be honest here. Stewart will more than likely get hurt by the midpoint of the season. Wegher and CAP are the only backs that can take up his role. Every one else is a 3rd down, change of pace type running back.
     
     
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  3. Navy_football added a post in a topic Official Panthers at Steelers Gameday Thread   

    Isn't Todman also a returner?
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  4. Navy_football added a post in a topic What happens when the lead dogg goes down?   

    Cam has had one - 4 thousand passing yards season since coming into the NFL. Shockey and Olsen played huge roles in Cam's early success. Well that, a good online, and a competent play caller.
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  5. Navy_football added a post in a topic Let's talk about when we were wrong...   

    The way Amini manhandled those DIII kids, I thought he was a surefire, surefire stud. Possibly the future at LT for the next 10 years.
    Damn, that was really hard to say...
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  6. Navy_football added a post in a topic Wegher and Ward, Ward and Wegher   

    Don't think the Browns are in as dier need for a QB as some think around here. Manziel will be the starter within a couple of games and never look back.
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  7. Navy_football added a post in a topic Out with the "old". In with the new?   

    More importantly, I can think of at least 2 interceptions because he didn't finish routes or even make a play on the ball.
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  8. Navy_football added a post in a topic We have the weapons...do you have the heart?   

    I love KB and the physicality he brings to the receiving game. He is a warrior on the field that intimidated DBs last season. He will be back next season and he'll likely be better from it, because the young man has a work ethic.
    But let's be honest. This receiving corp lacked speed last season. Cam was constantly throwing into tight windows and taking sacks while waiting on routes to develop, granted Bell, Amini and Chandler played a role in that as well. There is competition in this WR corp that is faster than Smitty in his prime! Can we finally get Cam some YAC this year? Shula will need to run more rub routes and double moves to get guys open quicker. But the speed some of these guys have make them more dangerous than KB in the open field. Shula's just gonna have to help get them open.
     
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  9. Navy_football added a post in a topic The Answer is on the Roster   

    Exactly! I don't think the Panthers were that low in pass rankings though, but you know who probably was - the Super Bowl winners - Seattle Seahawks. They led the league in rushing and had one of the highest positive turnover margins in recent history. Pretty sure they had the fewest pass attempts as well.
    So, the oline and dline must remain healthy this season to win with this formula. KK and Star have become so much more important now.
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  10. Navy_football added a post in a topic Guess the score of the Bills game, win a free ticket vs. MIA   

    Panthers - 24
    Bills - 10
     
    Primarily because the Panthers 2nd and 3rd string QBs could start for the Bills.
    Tyrod will score the Bills only TD.
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  11. Navy_football added a post in a topic Welcome back, Chris Harris   

    I actually still have his jersey. Never thought we'd let him go. He was one of the more violent hitters in the game, regardless of position. When he popped Brandon Jacobs, I ran outside yelling for 5 minutes. Neighbors probably thought about calling the cops.
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