Cam Newton. If he isn't considered as a top MVP candidate then................................ He is carrying this team offensively like no other player in the league. He looked great against the Saints. I agree with the rankings for the most part, if anything, we might be a little too high with a couple of them. But hell, what does any of it mean anyway?
By the way I am doing this after working a double shift at my job. Currently working the 3pm to 7am shift. I am a nurse Not sure how the lack of sleep and beer combo are gonna work? Haha, I might be the bad influence. Seriously look forward to meeting some of you guys.
This might be a very, VERY BAD idea, but I am thinking of stopping by the tailgate with my 2 boys aged 20 and 17. It's not often that you guys are down in my area. Guess I will pick up a few beers some hot dogs and borrow someone's grill.
I have loved the hiring of the "G-man" from the very beginning. I knew that we needed a football smart guy to run the show and not another "cap expert". This guy is a master scout with years and years of experience and success in previous roles. I sure hope he doesn't decided to retire down here in Florida anytime soon.
Semaj and his two sons will be there. We are making the 1 hour drive up from our home in Palm Coast. We are not with the Roaring Riot but we look forward to seeing all the Panther's fans in attendance!
It's impossible to choose just one. As a fan since the second year I have been pissed off way too much. I do remember being pretty angry about the Roman Harper cheap shot on Smitty in the end zone. Nakamura. John Fox employing foxball at times that we needed to open it up. The inability to change the snap count against Seattle last year on the blocked fg. The prevent defense against the Bears that led to a loss a few years ago under riveras watch. They just continued to play off the ball and the Bears calmly moved 10 yards at a time to beat us. It's all the stupid coaching decisions/strategies that make me most angry. Why God? Why?!!!!
I just wanted to first of all say that I am sorry for your misfortune. As a former sales rep, I went thru this 3 times in 10 years. It's not easy and very stressful, especially if you have a family to support. Long term look into getting a degree or license in something that is in demand that would be more stable. Short term, contact your creditors and explain your situation. They may have forbearances or deferments to help you out and prevent you from damaging your credit or getting too far behind. Also be aware of local organizations and churches that are able to help and have the resources to do so. There are food pantries at churches, and places that can help you keep the lights on and help with utilities. Try to look at this as a positive. I know you are saying, WHAT?! But sometimes it takes something bad to happen to bring us a greater blessing. Ultimately the insecurity of sales led me to pursue and get a nursing license this year. If you can get a career in something in great demand, ie nursing, you won't have to worry about being layed off again and you will make more money than than you probably have ever made before. Lastly make looking for a new job your full time job right now. I know it's going to be a challenge and will require some big time sacrifices but you can be better for it. Keep your chin up and don't waste any time. Last time I got laid off I was making phone calls seeking new employment on my way home from being laid off and even before I had told my wife or anyone at all. Use this as a means to better yourself. May God Bless you in your new endeavors.