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top ten stupid reasons some panther fans don't want us to draft cam newton


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#1 Frash Brastard

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 02:56 AM

1. Andrew Luck will be available next year. "we should wait a year and address the QB position next year! Even though we ranked 32nd in passing offense we should really wait"

2. Preconceived misconceptions about making reads and progressions. "well if nobody taught him that at the college level, he'll never learn, because apparently, QB coaches in the nfl are just fuging stupid and pooty at teaching guys to go through those reads and progressions compared to the college QB coaches"

3. 3 year project. Really? Where'd you come up with this specific timetable? "uh, well, you know, most qbs need x amount of yrs to be able to lead an offense. I mean there's a pooload of contradictions in recent history, but you know, just believe me because i know QBs i'm a QB guy"

4. Carson Palmer doesn't want to play in Cincinnati, or they have another QB from the island of misfit toys, AKA QB free agency, that they've got their dick dripping for. "HEY! Guess what that means! That means we can swap picks and get a veteran QB. He had good stats in Cincy, so that automatically means he'll come in and play good here immediately without a hitch! Right? ....Right? Right?! Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right? Right?"

5. Non-success of mobile black QBs to win a superbowl automatically means that he will end up training himself to read and run and make the same mistakes they did at the pro level as well. You know, because there's no fuging chance in hell he'll use his mobility to extend plays behind the LOS while still looking downfield, no he's just going to dart into linebackers for 4 yard gains and hurt himself.

6. We should go in next season with Matt Moore as the starter. Because guys that have enough talent to assist people looking for plumbing supplies in home depot make great QBs that stabilize the position for years.

7. Inherited obsession with compiling raw talent on defense because you think that's the way no.1 defenses are built. "NO, we need to go BOWERS, PHIL TAYLOR in the third and then address offense no earlier than the 6th round, and if not Bowers than Patrick Peterson, Nick Fairley, or Patrick Peterson no.1. DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS and and and it starts and ends in the trenches PPLZZ"

8. Vicarious conservatism on the part of their underlying OCD-causing fear of failure. "WHATIFITDOESNTWORKWHATAREWEGOINGTODOWENEEDTOMAKETHESAFEPICKBECAUSEITSTHESAFEPICKANDWEWONTFAILTHATWAYANDWELLENDUPWINNINGIFWEMAKETHESAFEPICKBECAUSETHATSHOWYOUWIN!!"

9. Retarded assumption that all good QBs are genuflecting cub scout leaders with the personality of a washboard. "This guy's got some charisma. No way we should draft him he's gonna whip his dick out on the field and give one of the topcats a roman war helmet"

10. Infatuation with picking lesser talented QBs in the middle-late rounds and then bringing up tom brady whenever someone argues the infeasibility of a QB picked in those rounds becoming successful. "Well you know it's not impossible so we're automatically better off doing it there"

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"Because he looks like Jamarcus in physical form"- yes, people actually think this is a good point

"because he's black"- Now I agree with everyone that thinks KT is stupid because he thinks anybody who disagrees with him is a racist by default and fires his prejudiced sticker gun at someone whenever they make a good point about not wanting a QB who happens to be black, but hunt and peck and you'll see some people inadvertently post racist bullpoo about Cam

"he had a bad combine that doesn't look good"- If he had a good combine they'd say "pffffftt, it's just the combine it really doesn't matter this one player i'm bringing up that had a good combine and became a bust also had a good combine so there"

Some people will suggest the "smoke screen" argument, but that usually comes as a propaganda push after they've given their reasoning. They could be making a smoke screen, or they could actually be genuinely interested in the guy because they're not anonymous recluses who've had only one moment in their life they worked hard on something which was when they built their C3PO suit for the Star Wars con.

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Edited by Raging Bull, 10 March 2011 - 02:58 AM.


#2 OneBadassCat

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 03:23 AM

You mad

#3 Frash Brastard

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 03:53 AM

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#4 PhillyB

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 04:17 AM

the ronnie killed this

#5 Panthers69473

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 05:16 AM

People that don't want Cam can see that he's going to be a bust or take awhile for him to be an impact player that's why we dont want to draft him. Would rather have a player that can come in and make the team better right away. Yes I'm talking about going BPA with the #1 pick instead of wasting it on a project player.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 05:31 AM

I am no dumber for having read all that.

See above.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 06:41 AM

Any shred of credibility any of this might have had was washed away by the Jersey Shore poo...

#8 micnificent28

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 06:55 AM

People that don't want Cam can see that he's going to be a bust or take awhile for him to be an impact player that's why we dont want to draft him. Would rather have a player that can come in and make the team better right away. Yes I'm talking about going BPA with the #1 pick instead of wasting it on a project player.


I don't care if that impact is on defense. Fairley or insert defensive player here can have 60 sacks and we'd still be in the same position next year. Whats so hard about seeing that defense wasn't the problem last year. We don't have to take cam but it's insane to draft a defensive player and hope the leagues worst offense will improve.

While i am not a fan of gabbert,i have become more open to drafting him or green, and maybe pat petterson. I only include petterson because he can help put points on the board in the kick return game. The more i look at the situation the more impossible it looks to take a defensive player if your ron rivera and want to keep your job past year 2.

Its a awful year to have the number 1 pick,but when given lemons you have to make lemonade:rolleyes:

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:06 AM

People that don't want Cam can see that he's going to be a bust or take awhile for him to be an impact player that's why we dont want to draft him. Would rather have a player that can come in and make the team better right away. Yes I'm talking about going BPA with the #1 pick instead of wasting it on a project player.


Well then you should be okay with Newton.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:06 AM

How many heisman trophy winners had a successful NFL cereer? Statistic works against Cam.

Cam = a hybrid between Vince Young and Chris Weinke.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:09 AM

How many heisman trophy winners had a successful NFL cereer?


A shitload.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:11 AM

A shitload.


In recent 15 years. Throw me some names.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:15 AM

Well now that you've completely changed your argument, I'd still say Eddie George, Charles Woodson, Ricky Williams, Carson Palmer, Reggie Bush, and that's not counting The Golden Calf of Bristol, Bradford and Ingram who will be the first RB taken.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:17 AM

The Golden Calf of Bristol?

Lol.

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 07:20 AM

#10 Reason: He stole from teammates' lockers at Florida
#9 Reason: He had a stolen laptop
#8 Reason: He threw it away AFTER police took the serial number
#7 Reason: He was accused of cheating at UF 4 times
#6 Reason: We should not have to pay someone up to $50 million to see if they can read defenses
#5 Reason: NCAA investigation still on-going concerning severe violations
#4 Reason: 11 for 21 (52%) completion rate at Indy with no wind, no rush, no coverage.
#3 Reason: 50 for 60 at his own pro day. Timing was a little off, and he rehearsed.
#2 Reason: Running QBs don't last long in NFL. He will resort to running. Take his runs out of his highlight videos and see what you have left--above average, no more.
#1 Reason: All of the previos factors make giving this guy up to $50 million and the keys to the car a tremendous risk that is seen by people with average to high levels of intelligence.

Yes he has upside, we get it. But when risk outweighs reward, don't take the risk. Sorry for the fact that others' opinions do not agree with yours. Focus on what you want and not what others want, but respect the fact the we were all given indvidual brains and are entitled to an opinion. We see your points and have known them for some time. You choose to ignore the red flags and how these concerns have forshadowed problems and are not precursers to the Pro Bowl.

There is upside, we get it. But there are huge risks concerning character, mechanics, and football intelligence. The fact that you have not interviewed him, looked into his background, or seen him break down a defense and still want him tells me a lot.

Edited by MHS831, 10 March 2011 - 07:28 AM.



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