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. If you meant Cam didn't play well enough to overcome horrendous play calling, then I agree. If you're blaming the fumbles, drops and interception on Cam, then no I can not agree with you.
  2. I don't think I saw the same game you did. I mean if you want to dumb it down as much as possible,  then maybe ok.
  3. Destiny - Luke Kuechly toddler pic

    That sofa set was the first one I ever bought after graduating from college. 
  4. Born and raised in Columbia. No way I could have rooted for Cam in the 2010-2011 season. That was our year!
  5. The Top 10 Panther Players of all Time

    Steve Smith is the #1 Panther of all time. Cam is making an argument and could overtake him by bringing a super bowl to the Carolinas next week. But for now, no one has meant more to this team for as long as Smitty. For a long time, he was the only recognizable name on the roster. There is a ton of talent on this team now.  Jake Delhomme is not a top 10 Panther. He is a Panther Great. But not a top 10.  And any list without Peppers can't be taken seriously. 
  6. TD having surgery this morning

    Agree he'll still play at an elite level. Just concerned about the man, not the player. Those ACLs will be felt when he's older. Those dislocated fingers will hurt when he's older. Playing 2 weeks after breaking his forearm, especially as physical as he plays, will hurt when he's older.
  7. Ron was a stereotypical defensive head coach. Run the ball, play conservative offense, and let the defense win the game. He's matured into his role as much as anyone on the team. He even just learned last night how to stay aggressive on both sides of the ball, with a big lead. I think he's willing to go outside of his comfort zone, and he's getting better because of it.
  8. TD having surgery this morning

    TD really needs to start thinking about life after football. This man will have pains on top of pains.
  9. Official NFC Championship Game Thread

    Jerry!!!!!
  10. So...

    I may be crazy, but this sounds very illegal...
  11. Breathtaking.

    Dropping BOMBS like Hiroshima!
  12. Breathtaking.

    DUDE!!!  You know I had one. The ORIGINAL (portable) mix master!!!
  13. A nice little article about the team's love of Waffle House

    Only place in America you can get a pork chop sandwich with hash browns at 2:30 in the morning. Great for soaking up alcohol, if you've had too much. 
  14. Perfect choice to pound the Keep Pounding drum for NFCC

    This would be AWESOME!!!
  15. In defense of conservative play calling..

    Someone said it earlier, if you can score 31 points in a half then so can your opponent. I'm actually of the idea that you never stop playing to score/win unless there's literally no way an opponent can come back. Then you put in the back ups and keep playing aggressively.  The Panthers won yesterday. That's most important, but when you dial down the play calling, players tend to dial down their effort. For instance, my son's basketball team has an athletic group of guards. When they come out the gates with a full court press, it gets the team going. Their juices are flowing. It causes them to be more aggressive on the offensive side by penetrating to the basket and crashing the boards as well. I've seen them give up 30 point half time leads when they dial it down and stop pressing and give the other team momentum and hope. Now all of a sudden the other team is allowed to comfortably get into their offense and make a few shots. And before you know it, every thing they throw up is going in. Teams they should have beaten by 50, end up winning by 5 or 10. Momentum, hope, confidence. They are real in sports. You don't ever want to give a team either if you can help it. The emotional aspect of the game is as important as the mental and physical.