Jmac

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About Jmac

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  • Birthday 02/10/1957

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Asheville NC
  • Interests Outdoors,martial arts,football (NFL,college)...etc,etc

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  1. Trying to pump myself up for this game

    Sorry Cwing. Been through the same thing with family passing the last five years. Try to keep it in perspective and enjoy every second of the life you have. We all only get one shot.
  2. To be fair. I don't mind Smith threads if he is being civil towards the Panthers and people aren't crying about letting him go. Keep it in perspective.
  3. Shula didn't hold him back...lack of talent as a passer did . Confucius said "don't blame others for your shortcomings".
  4. Magic like 'Houdini' ...or magic like Johnson. By the way, Dilfer  is a 'johnson'. 
  5. Media Fatigue...

    Just win the damn game and then I will buy the 2015/2016 World Champion season highlight video. I need a break after this final game for a while from football. This season has been a whirlwind and very stressfull. 
  6. Cam Newton disappointed me

    This 'cult of personality' stuff is absurd. Just tell your kids there is Cam and a few Panther players and leave it at that. Everyone has a right to their privacy and that should be respected. If he wanted to interact that evening he wouldn't be wearing a hoodie and trying to cover up.   Obvious that they just wanted to enjoy the town without being interrupted every five minutes.  Teaching kids about 'personal space' and when it is appropriate to approach someone is a valuable lesson.
  7. Per Pro Football Focus. Big reason why we are putting up explosive numbers in the last two games. Cam having all day to throw allowing the wideouts to seperate. They will be tested Sunday. Denver has two of the best edge rushers in the game. Put the icing on the cake boys and top off an excellent season for the oline 
  8. Not since Broadway Joe....

    Joe Namath will be at the SB as part of the 49 Superbowl MVP's to be honored. Would be something if Cam makes it #50.
  9. Yes..and early BOC was quite a band.
  10. Football players are a rare breed and it seems that they can endure much more then the average joe. T.D is even rarer since his pain tolerance and determination rises above most. This is the most important game in franchise history. How will he be used and how many snaps does he see?  Keep him in on passing or running downs? Give him limited snaps and try to give him a chance to play or really limit his time and go heavy with Shaq and Klein? I know R.R wants to give him a chance to play. Opinions please.
  11. Next week is gonna be nuts

    From zero percent coverage in September to one hundred percent in five months.....who would have guessed this.
  12. Not since Broadway Joe....

    Cam is a much better QB then Namath. If all goes well, this may be the first of many SB appearances for him. The hoopla around his personality and persona reminds me of the same circus around Namath back in the day.
  13. It was 1968 and the Jets where on the way to the Superbowl led by a very polarizing QB named Joe Namath. He wore outrageous outfits, had beautiful woman draped all over him and was very outspoken. He was all over tv and on every magazine cover, of course there was no internet. The few that are my age will remember well. Many people hated him, some saw him as a terrible role model while others loved him for it. I can only imagine what it would have been like if social media or cell phones where around. The point I am making is that all this fuss about Cam is nothing new. I am happy that Cam insists on being who he is and not let the outside noise change him. Joe Willie followed his own path and they won the Superbowl. Cam may very well do the same forty eight years later.  
  14. todays practice tweets

    This is allens last hurrah, probably retire and be done with football. I'm sure adrenelin will kick in for those sixty minutes and take ten years off his game. Time to leave on a high note.