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#16 raleigh-panther

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 04:09 PM

I think I'm approaching the place of JoDee Messina's country song:

'My gave a damn is broken'

There are always reasons and excuses why the Panthers don't win.

#17 ladypanther

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 04:35 PM

It is not coaching when vets like Johnson and Olsen let us down, they know better.

But the rest of it. Why was out Oline owned the entire game?

ST...nothing all year...that coach needs to go.

Mare and Baker have lost their touch.

This game made me very sad.


#18 bleys

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 04:41 PM

Rivera coaching like a dud
McDerpit IS a dud

Hurneys terrible trades and the selection of EB and AE have crippled this teams depth.

He made good moves this year, but how far did his egregious mistakes from a couple of years ago set us back?


Fox was going to be fired, which is solely why those moves were made.. He and Fox made those egregious mistakes.. Fox built the team around his philosophy and system, Hurney signed off and they both had to agree on a player..

call Hurney a dumbass for trusting Fox I guess...

#19 rico6

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 04:43 PM

Hurney's pretty terrible too.

#20 Shlomo

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 04:46 PM

wish I had the $50 bucks back I wasted at the bar. Could have bought Skyrim with that cash

#21 ladypanther

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 06:37 PM

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 06:44 PM

At least we didn't have an extra week to practice and get ready!!! Lol

In all seriousness, I feel sorry for Cam. I think this season is wearing on him. I know loosing wears on everyone. But being somebody who is so focused on winning and determined to do so, it has to be excruciating.

#23 boo7382

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 06:49 PM

Im in a glass case of emotion


best post in this thread, by far :lol:

#24 Marguide

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 06:50 PM

I had to watch the game on a bad feed so I am holding off on some of my more extreme reactions until I can watch a good copy.

However, if I have to see one more 1st or 2nd down run by DWill right up the gut and especially early in games, I may break something.

Get the ball to DWill in space or set up runs to the edges. That is all. Thanks.

#25 raleigh-panther

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 06:51 PM

The thing that is troubling is this team is regressing.

Forget about injuries, at this time in the NFL every team has injuries.The Steelers had massive injuries, the Cowboys, massive injuires, the Giants worst of all, and guess what, they are still contending.

There is no leadership on this team amongst the players.

...and when I say leadership, I don't mean talk, I mean action.

There is not one playmaker on the defense or special teams and apparently, even with all the money paid to a lot of veterans, there is only one play maker on offense.

Shut him down, and it's over.

That's the problem.

What is more troubling, a whole helluva lot of money was spent on the same people for this year's team that helped make last year's losing team.

A sane person would have to ? the logic of that move.

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 06:55 PM

It is not coaching when vets like Johnson and Olsen let us down, they know better.

But the rest of it. Why was out Oline owned the entire game?

ST...nothing all year...that coach needs to go.

Mare and Baker have lost their touch.

This game made me very sad.


It is coaching when the oposition defense reads the play by the formation all fukin day funkin long!

#27 rico6

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 07:14 PM

The thing that is troubling is this team is regressing.

Forget about injuries, at this time in the NFL every team has injuries.The Steelers had massive injuries, the Cowboys, massive injuires, the Giants worst of all, and guess what, they are still contending.

There is no leadership on this team amongst the players.

...and when I say leadership, I don't mean talk, I mean action.

There is not one playmaker on the defense or special teams and apparently, even with all the money paid to a lot of veterans, there is only one play maker on offense.

Shut him down, and it's over.

That's the problem.

What is more troubling, a whole helluva lot of money was spent on the same people for this year's team that helped make last year's losing team.

A sane person would have to ? the logic of that move.


fuging reps, man.

We've regressed as a young team, with an entirely new staff. The losses I don't mind. It's how we're losing which is the issue.

- We lose one game because of poor redzone playcalling, next week. We lose another game because of more poor redzone calling. *shocker*

- We get a killer punt return TD *The second of the year at this point* by Hester. This week, we give up another killer punt return TD. *shocker*

- Defense loses its starters. We don't substitute with more talent, we band-aid with cheap replacements.

-A few weeks ago we nearly broke a record for penalties called in a game. After this week, we're the leaders in penalties.

The fuging list goes on and on.

This team has its work cut out for them.

Edited by rico6, 13 November 2011 - 07:22 PM.


#28 raleigh-panther

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 07:33 PM

It is just so hard with this team, so very hard. Over the years, a few moments of competency; but, they are fleeting.

...and can I just say I'm sick of Rivera saying 'we shot ourselves in the foot'. Thank you, Captain Obvious. Fix it.

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 07:53 PM

I had to watch the game on a bad feed so I am holding off on some of my more extreme reactions until I can watch a good copy.

However, if I have to see one more 1st or 2nd down run by DWill right up the gut and especially early in games, I may break something.

Get the ball to DWill in space or set up runs to the edges. That is all. Thanks.


Sorry Marguide...there is not a better copy of this game. Hope we got the worst behind us. Certainly do not want to see this again.

#30 Proudiddy

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Posted 13 November 2011 - 08:04 PM

LP, with all respect, why is it okay to say this stuff now? I did it several weeks ago and got flamed for being negative. I believe it was after the Falcons game, which was almost as demoralizing as today, today was just icing on the demoralized cake.

And there isn't really any difference from then to now, other than the same problems are becoming more evident and more pronounced.


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