rayzor

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    shula is no longer who i thought he was.

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  1. Reminds me of a comment made by a Seahawks fan after the playoff game "if they didn't score so much in the first half we would have won." Only the Seahawks fan was serious.  
  2. Utterly ridiculous. Super Bowl should never be played there.
  3. Haven't listened to it yet but that question does sound like a something person would do. Funny that there are others who thought the same thing.
  4. It's NOT about race!

    Make her famous, boys and girls. Make her famous.  
  5. Well this explains a lot...

    Wilson is Carlton without rhythm. Pretty spot on otherwise.  
  6. Madden Predicts Super Bowl 50

    This video is private. thanks.      
  7. Calvin Johnson to retire

    They killed Barry Sanders desire. Now Megatron. Detroit: where the soul goes to die.      
  8. I saw him play in the iron bowl and I was hooked. Auburn was behind at the half and he rallied them to a big and spectacular win. I watched how he was with the team and the effect on the people in the spectacular ands and I knew this was a guy I wanted. I was cool with either him or luck but when luck didn't come out I was 100% for cam. Imo there was no other way to go.
  9. The 12s just won't let it go...

    What's this modeling ourselves after the Seahawks poo?we made some changes for sure after losing to them but the changes weren't to be like them, it was to beat them...which we did. And all we did was change what we were looking for in our secondary. As far as scheme and philosophy on defens we have been consistent from the beginning only getting better. On offense it was always going to be built around cam....you know,  the guy we took with the first pick overall, well before wilson was drafted.                  
  10. Next week is gonna be nuts

    Panthers are far more interesting than the Broncos.  could you imagine the snooze fest it would be had it been the cards in the superbowl? People are just now really sering the Panthers and realizing just how cool a team this is. There will be a good few loud mouth and opiniated detractors,  but for the most part I see this as just the beginning of the Panthers takeover of the nation. The more I think about it I don't really see the Seahawks losing a lot of their bandwagon, I just see two large bandwagons emerging and taking over, us and the Seahawks. People are going to be either team seahawks or team Panther. The AFC is just going to be that other group that sends teams to play either the Panthers or Seahawks in the superbowl (which will usually mean us).    
  11. Gil Brandt does it again

    I was heavily leaning towards cam after  the iron bowl, but it was brant's write up on and endorsement of cam that completely sold me on him. the man knows. that said. ..after the Panthers at 1 and  Seattle at 2 it's all just grasping at straws. Really those two teams are the class of the league and it will be likely those two teams at the top of the league for years.    
  12. Doesn't matter.  by the end most will be yellng "keep pounding". anyone that hates the number of bandwagon fans we have right now is really going to be hating it after the game. Panthers  are getting ready to be the most popular team in the NFL.  
  13. The Broncos heading heading into the superbowl is essentially the same type team Rivera coached against Peyton and the Colts in the superbowl almost 10 years ago. What I mean by that Is the bears had the best defense in the league that year but a horrible offense, but they still kept  managing to win. What I said all that year was that the bears has to keep their opponents to less than 20 because they couldn't win in a shootout.  Also, if they ever fell behind by 2 or more TDs at any point in the game they were going to lose because they weren't a team capable of making a sizeable comeback.  the defense won their battle enough that a weak offense capable of only scoring 2 or 3 times a game could pull it off. If for some reason the defense faltered they were done. i see that same situation in Denver.  The Colts were,  on the other hand,  an unusually (for them anyway) balanced team with a defense solid enough to keep a weak offense like the bears down, but an offense capable of exploiting the few weak spots the bears D had.  Now I think we are stronger than that colts team on all fronts, but I also think that the Broncos aren't too far off from where the bears were that year. It's just interesting to me how the tables have turned since then for that Rivera vs Peyton rematch.
  14. And the analytics say.....

    people put too much stock in history as an indicator or future events. this year the panthers have done nothing but prove history means poo.