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  1. 2003 or 2015.... which one hurt more?

    For me, this one by far. In 2003 I felt like we were the scrappy underdogs.  I was proud of that team and we kept finding way to win. This year however, I feel like we were the best team in the NFL, and I still feel we were the better team last Sunday, and just let it slip through our fingertips with self inflicted wounds. Knowing we could have won the Super Bowl and not is one thing.  But knowing we should have won a Super Bowl and not taking advantage is infinitely more frustrating.  Because I don't know if we will ever have a better chance or better team than this season. But I am confident this team is set up for a sustained run of being in the Super Bowl picture.  But getting back is no guarantee by a long shot.  Just ask Dan Marino.
  2. Fair points but there is a difference between saying a guy should have made a play, and getting on him for not making one play. I can say someone made a mistake, and be grateful for what he has done. But if people what to get pissed at Cam, or say he doesn't have the heart of a Thomas Davis because of one play contrary to 5 years of evidence and him playing with an injured ankle, broken ribs, and broken back last season. That is remarkably small minded, petty, and ungrateful.  Not to mention uninformed and contrary to all other evidence. If people want to say, "meh maybe he made a mistake not diving".  OK.  No problem. But to post pictures of Thomas Davis' arm and say Cam doesn't have the  same heart, toughness, commitment, or willingness to win is flatly absurd.  And should be called out accordingly.    
  3. Cam made a split second decision.  If you look at the way his knee indeed was contorted it really was very close to being a Daunte Culpepper type injury. For years we have heard "Cam needs to protect himself."  "Cam needs to protect himself" "Cam needs to protect himself".  Now we are wondering "Why did he protect himself?"  It was indeed the Super Bowl but he made a snap decision probably on instinct.  We can say he made the wrong decision, but to question his commitment to winning, heart, and toughness is absolutely laughable.  If you are fixating on one play and not his entire body of work, you are fixating on one thing because....  reasons.  People bringing up Thomas Davis are not being fair.  Cam played with a broken back, broken ribs, and seriously injured ankle last season and was still running over people. If Cam broke his arm in NFC Championship game and could have bolted up his arm and played he would have also. As far as Cam playing well or not, the whole offense played poorly.  To fixate on Cam is nothing more than fixating on Cam for.... again reasons. To me it is like a basketball player makes 10 threes and misses one, and we are complaining about the one he missed, but ignoring the ten he made, because "We should be able to criticize him and not be 'homers'" The good he has done on the football field outweighs the negative by a large margin.  It isnt so much as not being critical as it is being appreciative for what he has done for this team overall. It is hard to view someone as being critical to a guy who got us to the Super Bowl anything but incredibly ungrateful and petty.
  4. IT HAS STARTED

    The guy who answers the phone I believe is Hayes Permar.  He blocked me on twitter recently because we disagreed on whether a play in an ACC gane was a walk or not.  Mind you I did not cuss, and was not abusive.  Just told him the rule and why the play was a walk. They have no room to talk about people not wanting to answer questions or acting like babies. If they dont want to answer for being incorrect they block you.  But if someone else doesnt "face the music" they get bent out of shape.
  5. IT HAS STARTED

    It started 5 years ago.  This is nothing new
  6. I posted this earlier, but article has a good point. http://www.carolinahuddle.com/boards/topic/125780-tom-brady-the-winner/?page=1  
  7. Most of the media are acting like babies because things aren't going their way by expecting Cam to apologize to the almighty media while trying to humble him and tell him how he is supposed to act. 
  8. Is WFNZ in trouble?

    I stream it sometimes here in Raleigh, but dont know everyone's names, maybe u guys can help me out. I like the early morning guys, but the guys on 10-12 today I just had to turn it off.  I think one of the guys is a Patriots fan
  9. Tom Brady: The Winner

    I put this in another thread but might as well put it here to.  This is the double standard that is hard for some of us to reconcile. This quote is from the segment, which was entitled “Tom Brady: The Winner.” Brady was asked about how competitive he is with everything, even with silly things like backgammon: Context is obviously the key difference here. They both acted the same way, but Cam did it on the biggest stage when everybody was watching him, and immediately after the most substantial loss of his career. Brady recalled his story fondly in a light-hearted television profile. But in some ways that actually makes it more excusable on Cam Newton’s part. After all, he’s 26 and HE HAD JUST LOST THE SUPER BOWL. As Brady shows, being an NFL quarterback requires a ultra-competitive mindset, so don’t hold Newton to a double standard. Oh and by the way: Tom Brady has walked out of a press conference, too.   http://ftw.usatoday.com/2016/02/tom-brady-cam-newton-super-bowl-admits-sore-loser?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&dlvrit=206567
  10. This is crazy

    That looks like when the animation temporarily freezes on a video game and guys are just moving motionless.   Crazy
  11. Dameshek defends Cam

    And Tom Brady said the exact same thing about being a sore loser http://ftw.usatoday.com/2016/02/tom-brady-cam-newton-super-bowl-admits-sore-loser?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&dlvrit=206567   This quote is from the segment, which was entitled “Tom Brady: The Winner.” Brady was asked about how competitive he is with everything, even with silly things like backgammon: Context is obviously the key difference here. They both acted the same way, but Cam did it on the biggest stage when everybody was watching him, and immediately after the most substantial loss of his career. Brady recalled his story fondly in a light-hearted television profile. But in some ways that actually makes it more excusable on Cam Newton’s part. After all, he’s 26 and HE HAD JUST LOST THE SUPER BOWL. As Brady shows, being an NFL quarterback requires a ultra-competitive mindset, so don’t hold Newton to a double standard. Oh and by the way: Tom Brady has walked out of a press conference, too.    
  12. I dont trust the NFL, but there is no way players and coaches are in on any type of "fix".
  13. God Damn theirs a lot of pent up Cam hate

    Cam takes the heat off of everyone else because he believes he can handle it. No one in the media is talking about Remmers, or Tolbert, or the WRs Whether that is by design or a byproduct of Cam being Cam, i truly dont think Cam cares if all the heat is on him
  14. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    I don't really care if I am a homer.  But lets talk the number of times he has run into the teeth of a defense or ran over a safety or linebacker to get a first down or TD. Lets discuss how he plays every game and every play. To question his toughness, heart, or willingness to put body in harm's way is laughable. He made a snap judgment.  Maybe he was wrong in that decision, but to question his toughness and heart is dumb and beneath anyone who has watched him play for 5 seasons
  15. If Cam Newton wasn't a Panther...

    I would probably hate him when we played him.  Other than that I dont really care about other players until it has something to do with my Panthers.