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#136 Third Degree

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 05:37 PM

Man, I agree with that whole part, that's crazy.

Hopefully one day he'll get his REAL shot somewhere but I'm not sure he will.


Well, you also guaranteed that Moore would start next season for the Panthers. Then you backtracked and said he will excel at Denver. Jesus, stop being Glenn Beck.

#137 TheRealDeal

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 05:53 PM

Well, you also guaranteed that Moore would start next season for the Panthers. Then you backtracked and said he will excel at Denver. Jesus, stop being Glenn Beck.


Facts change over time.

I still think if he is here, he will start. But from what I'm gathering lately, I don't think he'll be here.

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 09:03 PM

You guys need to come harder with the hate. Your lame jokes about the Bills don't cut it. Hate Matt Moore and wish he's gone so Cam has no competition next season. Do it, but be careful, if he beats out Cam on the slim chance he decides to sign with Carolina, it will be a sad day for you homers.

So I ask you again, come harder with the hate for one of your own. Impress me with your hate. I dare you.

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 09:28 PM

It's one thing to have JImmy Clausen to beat out in camp to prove you're worth a damn, but in some ways, no matter what Moore does here, his time would be limited. =|

I wouldn't blame him for going somewhere that he could compete for a legit, long-term starting gig. At the same time, I think there are advantages to showing the NFL what he can do as a quarterback here. From how it looks he is VERY likely to start the season in a system that should be very friendly to how he plays ball, and even if he will be replaced in time no matter what, it may be a good way to show 2010 was just a shitty situation on every level.

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Posted 13 May 2011 - 11:13 PM

Where you been Mav, haven't seen you lately.

But I agree, he could come back this year but know it's basically his audition for other teams or he could go somewhere else for a chance to make a career.

Or he could decide that he loves Charlotte and he's okay being a backup in the league, which isn't a bad gig.

It'll be interesting to see, to me at least. I'm also very interested to see what happens with Palmer.

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 11:56 AM

Where you been Mav, haven't seen you lately.

But I agree, he could come back this year but know it's basically his audition for other teams or he could go somewhere else for a chance to make a career.

Or he could decide that he loves Charlotte and he's okay being a backup in the league, which isn't a bad gig.

It'll be interesting to see, to me at least. I'm also very interested to see what happens with Palmer.


I've had a hell of a last couple weeks between finals, grading finals of undergraduates, going to northern VA to look at a law school with my gf (looking good... may end up moving there in a few years, would be good to get out of the northeast). Went to 6 flags on Friday. Honestly though I just am a bit bored and just generally have little to say that isn't the same poo I've been saying for months.

I'll be back once the lockouts lifted, it's just hard for me to get excited about poo right now. Too much I don't know.

I wouldn't blame Moore for checking out another gig and I'd wish him well, but I don't think he should go to Denver. I know what Fox thinks and I believe Fox would give him a good shot but I honestly think Elway is going to push them to really get a big name QB at some point and I don't think Moore will last there either. But hey, you probably know more on that situation than I do :)

Moore's likely to have a few other options too once FA starts. Lots of teams still need QBs.

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 03:04 PM

I've had a hell of a last couple weeks between finals, grading finals of undergraduates, going to northern VA to look at a law school with my gf (looking good... may end up moving there in a few years, would be good to get out of the northeast). Went to 6 flags on Friday. Honestly though I just am a bit bored and just generally have little to say that isn't the same poo I've been saying for months.

I'll be back once the lockouts lifted, it's just hard for me to get excited about poo right now. Too much I don't know.

I wouldn't blame Moore for checking out another gig and I'd wish him well, but I don't think he should go to Denver. I know what Fox thinks and I believe Fox would give him a good shot but I honestly think Elway is going to push them to really get a big name QB at some point and I don't think Moore will last there either. But hey, you probably know more on that situation than I do :)

Moore's likely to have a few other options too once FA starts. Lots of teams still need QBs.




Yeah, the Huddle is pretty boring for me because the draft is over and the lockout is still on, so that just leaves us to speculate about the same things over and over and over again. I check in every day to see if there's anything new, but not much beyond that..:(

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 03:14 PM

kill it with fire

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 10:07 PM

The only thing Matt has going for him, is that he's proven that he CAN WIN. The Panthers did great when he was thrown in by Coach Fox, late in 2005.

Obviously, Matt sucked a** in 2006 (a concussion on day one didn't help either!), but so did the entire team! We were pathetic in every aspect. Putting all the blame on Matt though is just silly. Fox pretty much had his bags packed before the Giants game! haha The whole year was a mess!

Clausen, on the other hand, has shown ZERO signs of greatness. He came in for Matt during game one and showed no promise! Cam is also a huge question mark, as he was just drafted and has yet to throw a ball in any game, even a preseason game. I hope Cam is amazing because we certainly need help and I'm pulling for him, but only time will tell how he works out in Carolina!

The thing that both Clausen and Newton have going for themselves, is that they were drafted early (well, Cam especially) and the team obviously has more invested in either of them than Matt! Matt is just the odd man out.

I'm not saying Matt is any good because 2006 was dreadful to watch and he played a big part of it, but the team has invested too much in other players now, for him to really get a fair shot at this point. His real shot was last year and he blew it. With Newton in the mix and Clausen's time running out, the team doesn't have any patience for Matt.

I look for the Panthers to cut Matt soon and bring in a veteran to touter two very immature Qbs.

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Posted 14 May 2011 - 10:12 PM

The only thing Matt has going for him, is that he's proven that he CAN WIN. The Panthers did great when he was thrown in by Coach Fox, late in 2005.

Obviously, Matt sucked a** in 2006 (a concussion on day one didn't help either!), but so did the entire team! We were pathetic in every aspect. Putting all the blame on Matt though is just silly. Fox pretty much had his bags packed before the Giants game! haha The whole year was a mess!

Clausen, on the other hand, has shown ZERO signs of greatness. He came in for Matt during game one and showed no promise! Cam is also a huge question mark, as he was just drafted and has yet to throw a ball in any game, even a preseason game. I hope Cam is amazing because we certainly need help and I'm pulling for him, but only time will tell how he works out in Carolina!

The thing that both Clausen and Newton have going for themselves, is that they were drafted early (well, Cam especially) and the team obviously has more invested in either of them than Matt! Matt is just the odd man out.

I'm not saying Matt is any good because 2006 was dreadful to watch and he played a big part of it, but the team has invested too much in other players now, for him to really get a fair shot at this point. His real shot was last year and he blew it. With Newton in the mix and Clausen's time running out, the team doesn't have any patience for Matt.

I look for the Panthers to cut Matt soon and bring in a veteran to touter two very immature Qbs.


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