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  1. Yeah? How could you tell Smitty was going to be Smitty coming out of Utah? College highlight reels hold very little value. I am more confident in the coaching staff's ability, particularly Norv Turner's, to evaluate DJ Moore's receiving skills during his pro day.
  2. The no-consecutive-winning-seasons curse has been broken with the change of ownership.
  3. NFL instagram just posted this. Is it just me, or does this look terrible and like someone who is about to tear his ACL. We dodged a bullet.
  4. The inverse of that is it often means he's not getting enough separation which is why it was contested.
  5. That's fine, I hope you'll also come on here to admit if you're wrong.
  6. Fair point. I just think it's premature for him to start bragging about him when he hasn't even seen the full training camp or played a preseason game.
  7. Hurney falls in love with "what could be" sometimes that he doesn't see the obvious. there's a reason this guy wasn't drafted.
  8. I am not a Ridley hater and didn't have strong feelings about him either way coming up to the draft. I honestly wasn't impressed by what I saw on this slow motion video. He was very jerky and not fluid. To be fair, I don't think we've seen this type of footage of DJ Moore but he seems to be a lot more smooth and athletic to me.
  9. According to Wikipedia, it's already done. David Tepper From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia David Tepper Born David Alan Tepper September 11, 1957 (age 60) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. Nationality American Alma mater University of Pittsburgh (A.B.) Carnegie Mellon University(M.B.A.) Occupation Investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist Known for Founding and managing the funds of Appaloosa Management Net worth US$11.7 billion (February 2017)[1] Spouse(s) Marlene Tepper (m. 1986; div. 2014) Children 3 David Alan Tepper (born September 11, 1957) is an American billionaire investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. He is the founder and president of Appaloosa Management, a global hedge fund based in Miami Beach, Florida. Tepper is the principal owner of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.
  10. Not really, it's moderated pretty extensively. I didn't realize Tepper was Jewish.
  11. The look on his face, wow. http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-draft/0ap3000000929112/Smith-on-Moore-pick-Panthers-never-been-able-to-replace-me-Until-today?videoId=10103061-7033-0000-0092-91126e4fdd5d
  12. NAS

    The Norv Factor

    Draft him!
  13. You can't buy chemistry or a Superbowl. Rams adding bad apples like Suh and Talib are about to find that out the hard way. Remember the Eagles team that was assembled a few years ago and ended up missing the playoffs?
  14. You can't have it both ways. You're mad when people get offended for racist, homophobic, xenophobic, or misogynistic comments by your president and his supporters, and talk about how free speech is under attack, even though, the right to protest, or boycott is part of free speech. I'm fine with people boycotting NFL or the games if they feel like it. Some of us are just pointing out the hypocrisy that you can't support free speech when it happens to disagree with your views. If you're OK with the NFL players losing their jobs because of free speech, then the same should hold true for any teacher, police officer, politician, or anyone else in the society. If you bring bad publicity then the company has the right to blackball you. End of story. Stop being a hypocrite.
  15. I love how the conservatives complain about the PC police and people being overly sensitive, calling them snowflakes,, but can't handle another man's decision to kneel. Talk about a meltdown LOL On the football side, the risk is worth the reward. If he can stay healthy, he would be a huge help in the secondary and would be successful working behind our front 7.
  16. NAS

    Ebron has our offer

    We're so cap restricted, we're probably not being competitive with our offers.
  17. I forgot this guy existed. I hope he can do something because our secondary has so many holes right now.
  18. He's an idiot if he doesn't sign with Panthers given our emphasis on using TEs in our offense, especially in Norv Turner's scheme.
  19. We better not cut him, but at the same time, he needs to retire soon.
  20. I am just glad he went to an AFC team and not a division or conference competitor.
  21. I can't say I'm surprised given their preference for power backs who can run between the tackles. I wish him the best and I'm sure he'd love to get back to the pacific northwest where he's from. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/03/08/jonathan-stewart-visiting-the-seahawks/
  22. Just when I thought he learned his lesson. SMDH
  23. NAS

    Remember kids....

    Kudos to Hurney for learning new tricks. He knows he made a mistake overpaying at the RB position in 2010 as well as other veterans who were already in decline. I think Hurney 2.0 may pleasantly surprise us, but he better knock it out of the park in the Draft.