Wundrbread33

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About Wundrbread33

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  • Birthday 04/22/1986

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  • Location Huntersville, NC
  • Interests Family, Panthers, Hornets, Mizzou Tigers, Music, Xbox...and an ice cold Spaten Optimator!

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  1. Wundrbread33 added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    How about Kony Ealy!
    People love crapping all over him and treating him like Everette Brown, but the kid stepped up last night. 
    Against a pretty solid LT in Solder as well. 
    He got after Brady and played the run well. Proud of the guy and look forward to his play this season.
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  2. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic What we really need from Funchess...   

    Yay! We should be friends!
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  3. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic What we really need from Funchess...   

    He's already caught two.
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  4. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic What we really need from Funchess...   

    I'm not panicking. Was this in reference towards me? If anything I know there is more to offense than WR's, so I'm not concerned as we have talented backs and TE's.
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  5. Wundrbread33 added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    What we really need from Funchess...
    60+ catches 800+ yards 7+ TD's.
    Now those aren't pro bowl numbers, but I see him realistically doing it, and I consider that balling for a rookie, and I also see that as all we really need from our best WR this year to be extremely competitive.
    This production, along with Ginn back, and one of the next crop of WR's (Brown, Cotchery, Boykin, etc.) producing even marginally is all we really need at WR. 
    Brown is in a big funk, but it is all mental right now. Cotchery had a down year this past year, but he has been a solid pro that gets open otherwise. Boykin has looked extremely reliable in preseason so far and seems to have great hands.
    We certainly do not have an exciting group, but they are certainly a group you can work with.
     
    ...as long as Shula plays these guys to their strengths and puts them in position to succeed...quite the disclaimer there...
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  6. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Who Impressed/Who Depressed vs Patriots   

    So only Newton and Smith?
    You never watched Deshaun Foster? Biakabatuka? Stewart? DeAngelo Williams early in his career?
    All the above could take it the distance at any moment.
    They all had home run speed, ability to catch the ball, could make guys miss, and the kicked here: they all had productive games in the regular season in games that mattered.
    I like Wegher too, but simmer down now.
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  7. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Not much in potential receiver cuts   

    Honestly, why not? For all those that complain about "body catching", at least Gettis did it well.
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  8. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic This is why many read but few post on The Huddle...   

    I mean damn, it sucks that every person in this thread so far really isn't involved in the subject of my initial poo storm.
    Except maybe "Cat". He seems like an ass clown.
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  9. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic This is why many read but few post on The Huddle...   

    Def not directed your way dude. Typically if I am drinking while reading a post of yours, it is bound to be projectile liquid caused by hilarity.
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  10. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic This is why many read but few post on The Huddle...   

    See Jase, I've read some funny poo from you, so to you my post doesn't apply. 
    It's those that try to be funny, yet have no concept of quality humor that grind my gears.
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  11. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic The Panthers just posted a video in Spanish and the dumbassery was unleashed   

    I'm sure this has been said, but the US has NO OFFICIAL LANGUAGE.
    Additionally, Spanish has been spoken in the America's since the 1500's.
    If we really want to go deep with it, what about all the Native American languages that were here before that?
    People need to drop the self righteous BS.
    ...and this coming from a guy who freckles in the sun and grows a red beard.
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  12. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Epic Twitter response from @Panthers   

    What's epic is the NFL troll job of tweeting that in the first place...
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  13. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Let's talk about when we were wrong...   

    Another one for me. I thought Weinke was the better QB in camp and during preseason the year we brought Delhomme in. I thought he really improved since he rookie year, and I thought the only reason they went with Delhomme was because he was "Fox's guy."
    It seemed like they just didn't give Weinke a fair chance...I guess it all worked out in the end though.
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  14. Wundrbread33 added a post in a topic Let's talk about when we were wrong...   

    Man this really showcases the WR's we went through over the years...
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  15. Wundrbread33 added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Let's talk about when we were wrong...
    I thought it would be interesting to have a thread where we just poo all over ourselves for times when we DRASTICALLY overrated a player that ended up flopping tremendously.
    To get things kicked off...
    I was all over that David Gettis train. I mean I rode in every cabin, held jobs as the conductor and engineer,....heck I even sang show tunes from the caboose when the train entered town.
    Injuries took promise away, but I felt like the kid was pro bowl material...only to get cut from us and then cut again by other teams. Even sparring injury, there is no way he could have lived up to the hype I had created in my head.
     
    There that felt good. Who is next?
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