- 2005 rigged loss at home against Dallas made me want to rage cry We blocked their FG, the replay showed we blocked it and the game should have been over "Hurr, durr, running into the kicker" - 2010 loss to the Browns Oh my God, i kept fuging punching my gf's bed just in a rage bc I just wanted one more win (thanks Cards) - all playoff losses hurt. I'm not sure I was truly angry after any except maybe '08 To end this on a good note, things that made me happy and kept me from needing psychiatric help for Panther games: - being at this year's playoff win over Arizona - talking poo to the Saints fans after we beat them in '13 - being at the 2005 beatdown over Minnesota where Jake threw for like 800 yards, Smith rowed the boat and Gamble nuked Culpepper's career - 2003 NFC Championship Game
Overrated but too early to call a bust Of course Batman chimes in with Peppers being a first-ballot HOFer. UNC paid good money to have him play football and take fake classes Other current superstars according to Batman: Gio Bernard Eric Ebron TJ Tates Quan Sturdivant Quint Coples Marvin Austin Robert Quinn Hakeem Nicks Tre Boston Vince Carter #staywoke
You should follow your own advice. Take RG3's career, spread it out for a decade and you have Carter. He was a superstar for two, maybe three years. Most fans probably don't even know he's still in the league. Not the least bit surprised this thread turned into a UNC circle jerk. At least half of you have to have posters of Jerry Stackhouse over your ceilings at night to give you some spank bank material.
As there are at every school I mentioned. My point here is Phil's logic is flawed at this juncture. 10 years ago, his statements would hold more truth than now. Honestly, though, I don't see high expectations coming in for most Dookies. I saw them for Brand, Boozer, Parker and Kyrie. They've all done well. I don't think Nolan Smith or the Plumlees had the level of expectations thrown on them the likes of Barnes, Zeller or Kendall Marshall.