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Panthers have acquired Greg Olsen!(Update For #3rd Round Pick in 2012)


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#1186 Dex

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:43 PM

I'm in another forum and of course the Falcon's fans are already trashing us... ATL fans are class.... CAR fans got swag.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:44 PM

Steve Smith was a great receiver and I have a lot of respect for him but his best days are behind him now. And with another rookie QB throwing to him, he's going to get very frustrated. And you know what happens when he gets mad!


Remeber this guy... http://www.nfl.com/p.../497290/profile


You will hear a lot about him in few months.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:44 PM

I like you so I'm not going to poo on you but you never heard of Steve Smith? STFU! LOL


The last decade we have been in the bottom?

In 2002, Fox's defense-first philosophy worked well as the Panthers improved to 7–9 (a six-game improvement over the previous year) and posted the second-best overall defense in the league after having the second-worst the previous season. In the 2003 season opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Panthers were losing 17–0. Jake Delhomme replaced Rodney Peete at quarterback by halftime, then led the Panthers to a fourth quarter comeback, thus winning the starting job. Delhomme eventually led the team to an 11–5 record, the NFC South Division title and a playoff berth.
In the playoffs, they easily defeated the Cowboys in the wild-card round before facing the St. Louis Rams in the divisional round. Carolina had an 11-point lead in the last 3 minutes of play, but a the Rams tied the game and sent it to overtime. In the first play of the 2nd overtime, Jake Delhomme hit Wide receiver Steve Smith with a 69-yard touchdown pass to win the game 29–23. In the NFC Championship game, the Panthers faced off against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Panthers shut down the Eagles offense and, with a victory, headed to their first Super Bowl against the New England Patriots. The multiple close games, won either in overtime or with a slim margin, gave way to a new nickname for the Panthers: the "Cardiac Cats." In the end the Panthers fell 32–29 to the Patriots in the Super Bowl XXXVIII
In 2004, the Panthers suffered major injuries early on, and the Panthers finished the season 7–9. In 2005, however, the Panthers finished 11–5, securing themselves the NFC's #5 seed. They began their post-season play by shutting out the Giants 23–0. They then defeated the Bears 29–21 in the Divisional playoffs, before falling to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship, losing 34–14.
After finishing the 2006 and 2007 seasons with records of 8–8 and 7–9, respectively, the Panthers rebounded in the 2008 season, finishing the season with a 12–4 record, claiming the NFC South title and a first round bye in the playoffs. However, on the Panthers' season came to a disappointing end, as they lost to the Arizona Cardinals 33–13 at Bank of America Stadium in the NFC Divisional playoff game. The Panthers' offense was plagued by Quarterback Jake Delhomme's six turnovers (five interceptions and a fumble).
In 2009, the Panthers finished with an 8–8 record, before finishing 2010 with a disappointing record of 2–14; following the 2010 season, Jerry Richardson decided not to re-sign John Fox, whose contract had expired. After nine seasons with the Panthers, Fox finished with a record of 78–74 (including the playoffs), two division titles, and one Conference Championship.



Seriously if you want to talk poo do a little research on the team 1st ....wiki is real easy.


I was saying that the Panthers have a long way to go and are getting all of these optimistic feelings when the Lions feel the same way yet HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO..... Not talking about past decade, just saying how the morale compares to each other.......

Sorry I dont care how the Panthers did 6 years ago against the Bears.... Never mentioned the Bears making it to the Superbowl....

All I care about is the stats from last year and your team's glaring weaknesses... You can talk bad about Clausen but when I see him passing for under 150 yards in almost every game and the other Qb's doing nothing much better, I am going to assume the WR's aren't amazing either.....

Again, I wished you luck and said that the trade was legit and that Olsen would fare well in Carolina, but simply said not to get your hopes up so soon because you guys have glaring weaknesses. That's all I was mentioning....

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:44 PM

Steve Smith was a great receiver and I have a lot of respect for him but his best days are behind him now. And with another rookie QB throwing to him, he's going to get very frustrated. And you know what happens when he gets mad!


Smith>>>>>Hester+Roy Williams....keep going though this is amusing...

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:45 PM

Yeah Steve Smith. We have plenty of 5'10 recievers... He also was hurt for most of the season. Again im not trying to be a dick just saying you guys still have a long way to go.

I bet Olsen will be as good if not better than last season, but it honestly is hilarious to hear about Carolina fans to act like they are contenders after being the worst team in the NFL last season


Liar. Smith is 5'9".

We are a QB away. If we get that fixed, 2-14 goes away. We were injured (RT, LG, WLB, RB, RB, QB, FB last season, and we had rookies playing 2 WR spots, QB, CB. How can you compare us to that team?

If we improve our QB play, this team-with the toughest schedule in the NFL--will be the story of the NFL. We will be better than the Bears. If our QB play still sucks, you will be better than us. Do not beleive me? Our teams are very similar. Match them, player for player. If you are honest, you lose.

#1191 YoungPanthers89

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:45 PM

Steve Smith was a great receiver and I have a lot of respect for him but his best days are behind him now. And with another rookie QB throwing to him, he's going to get very frustrated. And you know what happens when he gets mad!


he kicks the poo out of defense's?

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:46 PM

I'm quite aware of David Gettis. I like him. Wish we could have traded for him.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:46 PM

Always amused when peeps that don't follow Panthers come to the Huddle to try and talk Panthers. The mafia is gonna rip these newbs apart.

#1194 OneBadassCat

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:47 PM

I was saying that the Panthers have a long way to go and are getting all of these optimistic feelings when the Lions feel the same way yet HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO..... Not talking about past decade, just saying how the morale compares to each other.......

Sorry I dont care how the Panthers did 6 years ago against the Bears.... Never mentioned the Bears making it to the Superbowl....

All I care about is the stats from last year and your team's glaring weaknesses... You can talk bad about Clausen but when I see him passing for under 150 yards in almost every game and the other Qb's doing nothing much better, I am going to assume the WR's aren't amazing either.....

Again, I wished you luck and said that the trade was legit and that Olsen would fare well in Carolina, but simply said not to get your hopes up so soon because you guys have glaring weaknesses. That's all I was mentioning....

Don't assume anything. Clausen was chucking it out of bounds like a pee wee football QB. Smith still gets open. You have no idea how frustrating it was to watch.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:47 PM

lol i officially forgive hurney for the delhomme extension now


Late to the party, but wanted to say this for me as well :cam:

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:48 PM

Always amused when peeps that don't follow Panthers come to the Huddle to try and talk Panthers. The mafia is gonna rip these newbs apart.


are we officially the mafia now?

#1197 Jangler

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:49 PM

Steve Smith was a great receiver and I have a lot of respect for him but his best days are behind him now. And with another rookie QB throwing to him, he's going to get very frustrated. And you know what happens when he gets mad!


Tiny Hulk smash!

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:50 PM

I'm quite aware of David Gettis. I like him. Wish we could have traded for him.


The guy is about to explode... He's a Sidney Rice but bigger with blazzing speed. If we traded him for Olsen, I would not be happy.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:51 PM

I was saying that the Panthers have a long way to go


please turn off the ESPN.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 08:52 PM

quick comment on the bears hater

The Panthers can no doubt be a contender, those that know football have heard the term "worst to first" the NFC South had practically invented that term.


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