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  1. Is WFNZ in trouble?

    I just googled and Mark Washburn wrote just 2 weeks ago that ratings are up significantly at the station mainly due to the Panthers' playoff run.
  2. Is WFNZ in trouble?

    Again, that's only if you stream it. I have no idea why that is, but it's been like that at least since around 2010 or 2011 when I first started streaming them. They've surely grown their audience online since then, so I have no clue why it's remained like that. The actual radio ads are regular ads.
  3. Is WFNZ in trouble?

    I think most hosts ARE Panthers fans now. They all are on The Mac Attack, Colin is on The Call Up (Nate isn't and neither is Nata I think), Garcia is of course on Bustin' Loose (Mark Yarboro is a Redskins fan, but he's not annoying about it like Nate is), and Kroeger is a Panthers fan. It's way better than it used to be.
  4. Is WFNZ in trouble?

    That would be Colin and Nate. Colin is a Panthers fan, but Nathan Conley is annoying as hell during football season because of his Patriots love. At least Nate isn't as bad as Marc James or Brett Jensen though because he's only annoying during football season. MJ and BJ were annoying 365 days a year.
  5. Is WFNZ in trouble?

    Lol the app receives a different ad allotment than the live radio station gets. It's mainly PSAs and promos of their own shows on the app, but you get the regular ads if you listen to it through an actual radio. Why that is I have no idea, but it's always been like that. As far as I know, their ratings are fine, The Mac Attack just made some prestigious list a couple of months ago. I know Kroeger was dropped by a Winston-Salem affiliate many months back, but that's the only actual negative thing I know of.
  6. There's a weird Cam cult on the Huddle now and that leads to moronic thread titles like this.
  7.   Fess up, which one of you guys wrote this?
  8. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    All I know is that in that moment, he made a split second risk/reward decision and he decided what he decided. He said as much to us. Instead, we're trying to make excuses as to why he did what he did as if the man didn't tell us exactly why. 
  9. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    I'm asserting he didn't dive because he didn't want to get hurt which is exactly what he said. 
  10. Harper and Cotchery already gone?

    He's white and from Charlotte like a lot of people on the Huddle, so they want him to succeed. I get it, but he sucks and we can do better.
  11. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    I don't question his toughness as a player, I'm questioning it in that one play. Cam did a lot of other uncharacteristic things all game long that surprised me too: errant throws, played with no joy even in the first quarter when it was still close, ran like he was stuck in molasses, got up to the line of scrimmage very slowly.........these are all things that are not Cam Newton. Why all these things happened, I have no idea. I have no idea what happened to the offense period. Cam is tough, he's a good passer, he's fast and plays with joy...........he just didn't do those things in this game. That's all I'm saying.
  12. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    The film doesn't lie guys. It looks like he didn't want to dive and he literally told the media he didn't dive because he was afraid of injuring his leg. You can come up with all the homer reasons to excuse it all you want, but I suggest reading up on Occam's razor.
  13. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    Here's Cam's exact quote as to why he didn't dive. Not a single person on here believes we would have driven down and made it 17-16 if he recovers the ball, but there was still a CHANCE. If you're not willing to risk a leg injury needing a touchdown with not much time left in the 4th quarter of a Super Bowl, when are you? Not the end of the world, but it feels pretty homerish to excuse not diving:   I don’t dive on one fumble because the way my leg was, it could have been (contorted) in a way.”
  14. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    The biggest problem people understandably have with Cam not jumping on that ball for fear of hurting his leg is the following picture. You can't be on the same team as Thomas Davis and be afraid of hurting your leg when trying to still have a chance at a Super Bowl:      
  15. Harper and Cotchery already gone?

    Cotchery has played his last down in the NFL. You don't come through with that many drops in the Super Bowl and sign with another team if you're Jerricho Cotchery.