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#16 SCpanther

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:25 AM

Yup...I couldn't believe it either. The guy next to me and I were talking and we both heard it and looked at each other like "WTF?!" It went on for most of the game..


I'm just going to hope that the guy had too much to drink and wasn't really that clueless.

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:27 AM

why are people so dumb, it amazes me.

Delhomme's stats in 2003: 3219 yards 19 TD 16 INT 80.6 QB Rating

This year Delhomme is on on pace for very similair numbers and has a better QB rating, and guess what he went to the dam Super Bowl in 2003. This guy has one of the best QB rating of all time in the playoffs and is as good as anyone in the league at the two minute drill. Steve Smith even said today he would take Jake number 1 in a fantasy draft, his teammates love him and the coaches and ownership have all the confidence in the world in him. They guy is one year removed from Tommy John Surgery, something no QB has EVER come back from.

Some idiots on this board are talking about benching him and I am talking about him as a candidate for MVP. The MVP is not the player with the best stats but the player most important to his team. Look at this team last year without Jake, and this year with him. The most important stat is he has ten wins, TEN WINS. That is the third best record in football and some people want to bench him?!?

I remember the darks days of Kerry Collins rather retiring than playing in Carolina, Rae Carruth, the unfortunate murdering of Fred Lane, the Sean Gilbert trade that set us back years, and the 1-15 season. The Panthers were a joke of a franchise, no one wanted to play here it was a curse to play in Carolina. Then all of a sudden a undrafted, third string QB pops on to the scene and leads the team I love to a Super Bowl, I had never seen anything like it and I am so thankful for Jake. He almost led us to a second one in 2005 if our running game was crushed with injuries and Jamal Robertson was getting the carries against the Seahawks. He also did it with Drew Carter and Keary Colbert as his 2 and 3 receivers. Jake Delhomme can be the least unproductive QB for the next few seasons and I could care less, Jake is my QB until he decides to hang em up.

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:27 AM

but my question to the board is, " can moore make all the throws that jake can???" i believe he can, with half the mistake and 3 times the potential.


start weinke!

#19 chbright

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:27 AM

f*ck it get Armanti Edwards outa app state to come out in the draft, that way he can scramble better and still make all the throws!!1111!!.
/dumbass off

moore maybe in 2 years? even then idk. jake looked great minus 3 throws. esp the quick reads to smitty, and the slants to moose. the throw to jarrett was almost a td (good play by D). the cross to jarrett was nice. is he perfect hell no. other than those 3, his best performance, hell the offenses best all year. defense did ok, still not playoff ready imo. offense is very close (couple mistakes away, factoring in we dont run for 175 again this year). the oline needs a but wooping imo, keep them angry and playing like this. they played their best game, and need to keep it at this level. some of the yards were due to the rbs, alot missed tackles, but even so, they were paving wide running lanes and getting 4-5 yards down field (esp vincent, best pickup of offseason, including draft). vincent and otah are playing very well together. so are gross and wharton.

that said jake to smitty still worked, as did jake to moose. both were effective targets tonight. if he chucks the ball over dante's head, or out of bounds over a recivers head on the other int, nothing would be amiss. intrestingly enough, both were when he had time, and both no one was really that open. the kicker was the 2nd one that wasnt close to stewie, and was 1 hell of a play. 1st wasnt off target, but wrong matchup (barber on dante? adv bucs).

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:28 AM

NO

#21 Delhomeboy

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:34 AM

why are people so dumb, it amazes me.

Delhomme's stats in 2003: 3219 yards 19 TD 16 INT 80.6 QB Rating

This year Delhomme is on on pace for very similair numbers and has a better QB rating, and guess what he went to the dam Super Bowl in 2003. This guy has one of the best QB rating of all time in the playoffs and is as good as anyone in the league at the two minute drill. Steve Smith even said today he would take Jake number 1 in a fantasy draft, his teammates love him and the coaches and ownership have all the confidence in the world in him. They guy is one year removed from Tommy John Surgery, something no QB has EVER come back from.

Some idiots on this board are talking about benching him and I am talking about him as a candidate for MVP. The MVP is not the player with the best stats but the player most important to his team. Look at this team last year without Jake, and this year with him. The most important stat is he has ten wins, TEN WINS. That is the third best record in football and some people want to bench him?!?

I remember the darks days of Kerry Collins rather retiring than playing in Carolina, Rae Carruth, the unfortunate murdering of Fred Lane, the Sean Gilbert trade that set us back years, and the 1-15 season. The Panthers were a joke of a franchise, no one wanted to play here it was a curse to play in Carolina. Then all of a sudden a undrafted, third string QB pops on to the scene and leads the team I love to a Super Bowl, I had never seen anything like it and I am so thankful for Jake. He almost led us to a second one in 2005 if our running game was crushed with injuries and Jamal Robertson was getting the carries against the Seahawks. He also did it with Drew Carter and Keary Colbert as his 2 and 3 receivers. Jake Delhomme can be the least unproductive QB for the next few seasons and I could care less, Jake is my QB until he decides to hang em up.


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#22 neverlosethefeeling

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 01:38 AM

Listening to Mixon on the car ride home, his final thoughts were all about Jake. He said "people want to talk about Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees...well, I'll take Jake. People want to talk about Matt Cassell, Ben Roethisberger, Jeff Garcia...well, I'll take Jake."

I couldn't have said it better myself. Jake means so much to this franchise.


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