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  1. The Tepper I know will say some off the wall poo.
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    Serious: What will Tepper do with Hurney?

    Hurney is safe. Tepper has been a Panther and Hurney fan for a while.
  3. Have you seen this guys catch % under Norv Turner? Finally, a receiver who can catch the ball. CMC, Olsen, and Wright all have great hands! 2 more 70% receivers and Cam is set in Turner's system.
  4. CPantherKing

    Panthers trade Worley for Torrey Smith

    Anyone can replace Whiffley. Now, we just need to take Badberry out of the starting ranks. Hurney is moving fast in rectifying all the garbage in Gettleman brought the Panthers to weigh down Hurney's core.
  5. A team needs to get 8+ picks per year since the new CBA in order to maintain a young core of talent. I have made this point every off season. It goes beyond just the draft pick. This is the main capital in the NFL to stock a roster, and you can clearly see now the youth gap from the past 4 off seasons on the Panthers rosters. The 2011/2012 core is getting older with no apparent young leaders ready to step up and carry the team. Hurney will infuse the young talent into the team like he has in the past. The Panthers desperately need that to happen in the next 2 off seasons.
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    A deeper look at David Tepper

    I am laughing so hard at Mr. Scot right now and his love affair with Tepper. If you only knew Mr. Scot. If you only knew...
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    Kurt Coleman released

    Coleman was a Gettleman mistake when he got that contract. Waste! Could have kept Josh Norman instead of throwing money away on Coleman and Oher. The 2016 offseason was a mess with the worst draft in Panthers history to top it off.
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    Hurney and drafting receivers

    They are better than Ricky Proehl? Reacquiring Muhsin Muhammad? Signing Keyshawn Johnson? Trading for Greg Olsen? KB and Funchess are barely better than Keary Colbert, Brandon Lafell, David Gettis and Legedu Naanee. Give me a 3 WR 2 TE set of Muhammad, Keyshawn, Proehl, Olsen and Shockey any day over Benjamin, Funchess, Ginn, Dickson and Williams. Should be Diggs, Landry, KB, Funchess, Olsen and Henry right now if Gettleman took the time to address the position instead of blowing it up and ignoring it for years. His desire for Kony Ealy, Vernon Butler, Daryl Williams and trading 3 picks to move up for Funchess killed the Panthers obvious shot at strengthening the receiver position for Cam.
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    5 wide

    Yes, receiver has always been a focus under Hurney. Remember he was heading up trades and drafts under Seifert prior to being given the GM title. He brought in Patrick Jeffers, drafted and then pushed for Steve Smith to be a starting WR and not just a returner, signed Keyshawn Johnson, brought back Muhsin Muhammad, and traded for Greg Olsen. Other moves at receiver were Isaac Byrd, Rod Gardner, Ricky Proehl, Kevin Dyson, Keary Colbert, Brandon Lafell, Drew Carter, David Gettis, Legedu Naanee and the two he always gets grief for in Dwayne Jarrett and Armanti Edwards. Then you have the other TEs he brought to the Panthers outside of Olsen... Jeremy Shockey, Gary Barnidge, Michael Gaines, Dante Rosario, Jeff King, and Jermaine Wiggins. The way Gettleman left this team at the WR position Dwayne Jarrett and Armanti Edwards could start without any drop off.
  10. Leaving for Las Vegas in the morning. Do I put money down on the Panthers to win the SB?

  11. You don't know me. If you only knew...

  12. He did this year. Go watch what happens to Butler against run blocking every game he played in 2015 outside of the the no scheme Senior Bowl. I guarantee you right now Worley will not only be a bust, but he will be a major distraction in the locker room. He was the worst DB on the field for the Mountaineers. As for Bradberry... look for 21 on just about every Louisville highlight. He does not like contact, playing aggressive, or taking proper angles to the ball. Awareness is bad. Major project. Dog house candidate.
  13. Horrible draft. Had some instant impact players in: 1 - Emmanuel Ogbah DE 2 - Shilique Calhoun DE 3 - Miles Killebrew SS Plus the Panthers keep a pick since they would not need to trade up. The two DEs instantly challenge Kony Ealy and Charles Johnson for starting spots. Major impact in the rotation. Allows Kony Ealy to rotate into the DT spot on passing downs. Killebrew would be the starting SS day 1. These are the type of players that Kuechly can make better quickly. Killebrew is basically a rookie Kuechly at SS. Instead, the Panthers go with 3 projects who will sit on the bench most of the season and both CBs have the potential to be deactivated or put on the practice squad for a majority of the season. Finnegan and McClain are better options than Bradberry and Worley. Butler, Bradberry and Worley are going to frustrate Kuechly with their style of play. It is unbelievable that the Panthers gave up an extra pick for Worley. There were only a handful of CBs worth drafting. The rest are just as good as UDFA's and street free agents like Finnegan and McClain. Missed opportunities! I am being reminded of the 2014 off season with a much worse draft.
  14. coaches are playing not to lose. playing for the last possession in both halves. I don't like it. Play the way that got you wins in the playoffs. trust cam and luke to control the game. Broncos are trying to injure players with dirty tactics. Also spearing when they tackle. obviously coached to tackle that way. Same dirty play officials allowed the Broncos to take against the patriots. OL is sending one blocker to hug and tackle kuechly. not a single call on the way they are blocking/holding kuechly.
  15. Cam said it... "We were conservative, but you have to trust the coaching." Not sure about trusting a coaching decision to go conservative against a desperate Seahawks team for an entire half. Panthers won so coaches won on their tactical move of limiting key players, running clock, and keeping other players healthy for next week. I would not make that decision, but it has been a staple of the coaching all season. Packers, Colts, Giants, and now Seahawks. I am sure I am missing a game or two that the coaches spent at least an entire quarter putting the team into clock running mode. Panthers could bury any of those teams if the coaches stay out of Cam's and Luke's way. I don't know what to think.
  16. That was the coaching/play calling. Almost the entire second half they were playing soft. They wanted to let the Seahawks complete passes underneath and keep them in bounds. 100% coaching decision. Brought some attacking defense after the Seahawks got 2 TDs and threatened a 3rd on their 3rd drive of the second half. 4th quarter they went back to the shell to run clock with the defense. Dumb.
  17. coaches just want to run clock on offense and defense. Coaches are going to lose this for the Panthers with the crap play calling to run clock. Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly are both frustrated with the second half game plan.
  18. Our coaches are the ones frustrating Cam. Wow. Coaches need to get their act together. Panthers coaches are the ones getting into Cam's head.
  19. Coaches not letting Cam do his thing.... interfering with his game flow. Coaches have gone in to micro management mode. Get out of Cam's way! Let Luke make his calls!
  20. Coleman beat deep again. No surprise there. I believe the coaches have been woken up and their play calling will change now. Attack! Stop running the ball for 3 yard gains. Go for the win. Stop getting up big and letting teams crawl back in with desperation plays.
  21. Play calling has went from play with no fear/keep pounding to play scared/don't make mistakes
  22. Buck is happy again. Expect a lot of penalties on the Panthers that are ridiculous. NFL wants the Seahawks back in this.
  23. Stomp on the Seahawks. Stop playing soft. Coaches decision. Taking it away from Kuechly and Cam. Kuechly was upset with the play calling to end the first half.
  24. Can we not play an entire half of soft coverage on defense and little pressure up the middle. Bury them! Coaches always get in the way.
  25. Officials have been instructed to get the Seahawks back in the game. Penalty on Colin Jones was ridiculous.