The NFL Shield At Midfield

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  1. USA Today ranks the NFL head coaches

    that's really weak even by "baww nate chandler and byron bell" shitposting standards my man at least lie and say you wanted donald penn or something
  2. fug Em

    didn't luke kuechly play against them in the divisional with a torn labrum too didn't seem to hurt his pass coverage
  3. USA Today ranks the NFL head coaches

    really the big screwup was on the offensive line, and there are a bunch of other factors at play there. coming up with an opening day roster isn't a conspiracy of one. position coaches or rivera could have talked up bell/chandler a bit too much in an attempt to convince themselves they were going to work out and gettleman trusted their opinions. gettleman risks undermining rivera by trying to strong-arm him when it comes to depth chart decisions, so he likely stepped back. maybe he knew they were hot garbage but at the same time (rightfully) figured anthony collins as an overpriced bust and knew the other tackles on the market at the time (albert, veldheer) had too high an asking price. with contract extensions for franchise cornerstones looming he decided to bite the bullet for a season. there just weren't a ton of alternatives and if somebody wants to stand on their soapbox and yell about how it's "just unacceptable" to line those two up at tackle without providing a detailed explanation of what they would have done then they can have fun with that; i just don't give a poo. even a few of the guys that people on this site were wild about during/after the season (like justin britt and james hurst) have petered out. hurst was one of the worst tackles in the entire league last season and britt started out at tackle, was moved to guard, and ostensibly is going to be tried at center this coming season. meanwhile trai turner was a pro bowler.

    i'm posting this from my underground bunker i've been occupying since the 2010 census
  5. The Clinton Body Count

    so basically one of your conspiracy websites needs to debunk their own bread and butter which is driving views and clicks for you to even be skeptical of those claims. or not uncritically accept them, even. oh no no wait, hold on. they'd be a part of the "establishment" then. so forget it.
  6. Sports Illustrated ranks their 50 fittest athletes

    it's another thing that makes me roll my eyes whenever some idiot pipes up and goes "hur american football players are fat it doesn't take any skill to play that sport" if that was true then any 6'5" moron on the planet who is over a certain weight could make millions playing quarterback in the NFL. those guys are superhuman mutants. even the "try hard" marginal type guys who maybe don't have archetypal speed, athleticism, or size are very physically gifted.
  7. The Clinton Body Count

    snopes is also far from the first outlet to take issue with it but i'm far from a fan of the clintons and don't want to seem like an apologist. the second point is a good one though. not even the rock stars like dylan avery and alex jones are immune to that.
  8. The Clinton Body Count

    there's the venom we all remember copy/paste something sourced from somewhere and anything contradicting it is automatically establishment disinfo
  9. USA Today ranks the NFL head coaches

    well let's think back to what was being discussed by the armchair GMs on this site at the time. basically we should have spent up to the cap retaining smith (who would have had at least a $6 million cap figure in '15 even if he had retired after '14), lafell, munnerlyn, mitchell, and ginn while also bringing in anthony collins. extending our MVP first team all pro quarterback and defensive MVP middle linebacker should have taken a backseat to keeping a roster filled out by spare parts together at all costs. at least gettleman's fugups only have short term effects. the bell/chandler shitshow lasted like three quarters of one season and that's it.
  10. USA Today ranks the NFL head coaches

    3 out of 5 OL positions had different starters by the end of the season and philly brown was starting to see the field more. plus bene, tre boston, and kony ealy were starting to get more opportunities. it was a tale of two different teams basically.
  11. USA Today ranks the NFL head coaches

    seems like pretty intelligent responses to your assertions actually
  12. An Inexcusable, Willful Disregard for the Rules

    here's what's actually going to happen at the polls this fall
  13. selects Panther's best and worst historical draft picks

    cam doesn't need "huggers" or apologists anymore. his résumé can do the talking and it's only going to get longer. but, i'm sure there's that one guy trying to call out the "brady huggers" or "luck huggers" on their fan sites too
  14. josh norman tells redskins fan that he was not a fan of the dab

    that's a good question for the people on this site who will grab you by the shoulders and shake you (figuratively) while demanding that you cheer for x former panther or you're a dick. he doesn't play for my favorite team anymore. i'm a panthers fan first and foremost so i see everything through my fan goggles in much the same way that, say, a steve smith or julius peppers fanboy sees everything through his SS/JP homer goggles. if you want to do it then have fun with that but it's just two sides of the same coin to me.
  15. selects Panther's best and worst historical draft picks

    ask anybody if they were starting a team and could choose between a first team all pro quarterback and league MVP (an award won over the course of a season) and first team all pro pass rusher and super bowl MVP (award won over the course of one game) you could make a case for either but push comes to shove most anyone wouldn't try to get too cute and would take the quarterback