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  1. Forget targeting offense. We should've stuck to our BPA mantra all the way through. Sure, there's a great chance these will be solid picks. But there's simply more chance of someone developing into an Elite player if we go with BPA.
  2. Cornerbacks. Cornerbacks everywhere. :(
  3. Barclays Premier League- 2015/16 Season Thread

    Ranieri has managed to get the best out of what was an average bunch, looking at the names on paper. There's no promise he can't get a decent job out of his fringe players, given what he's done with the likes of Morgan, Huth, Albrighton...
  4. Sports Authority at Mile High

    I still call it Invesco Field at Mile High. I get lost with all these renames. I had a conversation with a friend about when I went to the Network Associates Coliseum - "Oh, you mean the McAfee Coliseum?" "No, he means the Oakland Coliseum". If it wasn't for the coliseum bit you'd think you're talking about 3 completely different stadia. I know sponsorship by tobacco companies is banned in most sports (NFL included?) - surely this would come under that?
  5. Official Panthers - Falcons Gameday Thread

    Could probably play him at LB given the injuries. :) He'd probably even make a good official or groundsman. Anywhere on the field.
  6. Official Panthers - Falcons Gameday Thread

    I can't stop watching that GIF of Cam's TD throw to Dickson. Unbelievable throw.
  7. Official Panthers - Saints Gameday Thread

    TBF that was a difficult catch.
  8. Official Panthers - Saints Gameday Thread

    What a find! Another one the G-man has pulled from nowhere!
  9. Official Panthers - Saints Gameday Thread

    Cam on Ted Ginn after awful drop earlier in the season: "9 times out of 10 I'm going straight back to him".
  10. Official Panthers - Saints Gameday Thread

    That's why he's still on the field :)
  11. Official Panthers - Titans Gameday Thread

    But...but...but...Olsen is our only passing threat...
  12. The video of the explosion while the game being played is chilling, mainly because if you were in the stadium at the time you may just cheer it as a loud firework.
  13. I travelled from UK to watch Panthers vs Colts the other week. While I was here I also took in Hurricanes, NC State and Hornets. It amazed me how even for NHL events there were metal detectors, wands and strong security presence. If you go to a major sporting event in the UK you don't have that security - you'll maybe get your bag ruffled through or you'll be patted down at random, but it's far safer going to any sporting event in the USA.
  14. The problem is these aren't terrorists travelling from ISIS-controlled countries to go to France, USA etc to perpetuate attacks. They'll likely be French nationals whose families have been in the country for over a generation and have since been radicalised by evil and stupid individuals/cults in that country. Closing/securing the borders doesn't stop homegrown terrorism. Also, you can't look at the desperate immigrants coming into countries and think "in a generation or two they might be hoodwinked by an individual".
  15. People have carried out these horrendous attacks in the name of religion, much like evil dictators have murdered countless people around the world in the name of politics. There are billions of people practicing religion without the need to kill innocent people. Religious scripture doesn't need to be taken literally, like when idiots say "You're stupid! God isn't real!" - they give guidance on how to respect and love their fellow community. And I don't even practice religion myself! France is in a bad position at the moment. They're not particularly leading any conflict in the Middle East, yet have been by far the worst victims in the Western World of these attacks, possibly because of the deep-seated Northern African population. This isn't to say immigration is bad - living in the UK I'm proud of the level of multi-culturism here and will welcome immigrants in terms compassion-wise as well as economic-wise. But what can they do? I honestly don't know what the answer is out here in Europe. I'm seeing people on Social Media saying "take action" - bomb Syria? How will that protect European towns and cities?! Close the borders in the UK - people are LEAVING the UK to fight in Syria!