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Jon Beason gaurantees superbowl win in 2012


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#91 chef17

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Posted 05 January 2012 - 08:52 PM

why not strive for perfection than just being good enough? why not shoot for 4 out of 4 games. why not have as your goal to win every time you step on that field?

the bar was set too low. you aim higher and even if you miss your goal you still stand the chance of achieving more than if you had with a lower goal. if you underachieve by a little, the results look better.

we lost to a team in the superbowl striving for perfection. we were a team that was satisfied with just being good enough to get into the playoffs or just being better than average.

we need to have that mentality that losing is not acceptable regardless of the situation. it's not okay to lose one game out of four. it's not okay to lose period.


I wasn't saying you shouldn't want to be perfect. But 12-4 isn't a bad goal.

Edited by chef17, 05 January 2012 - 08:56 PM.


#92 beastson

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Posted 05 January 2012 - 11:20 PM

Someone shut this guy up. Might fly at U of Miami, but not in NFL


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Posted 06 January 2012 - 10:55 AM

Guarantees of a Super Bowl win heading into the offseason isn't something a team leader does. It's something Terrell Owens does.

But he didn't guarantee a Super Bowl win...he believes they're capable of winning it it with the proper focus and dedication through all 16 games and the playoffs. That's a statement about potential that could apply to a lot of teams in the NFL.

He's as far away from being a T.O. type player as you can get, and saying he's anything like T.O. is a huge insult to someone who is essentially one of the most valued leaders on this team. Terrell Owens? Really????

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:22 AM

But he didn't guarantee a Super Bowl win...he believes they're capable of winning it it with the proper focus and dedication through all 16 games and the playoffs. That's a statement about potential that could apply to a lot of teams in the NFL.

He's as far away from being a T.O. type player as you can get, and saying he's anything like T.O. is a huge insult to someone who is essentially one of the most valued leaders on this team. Terrell Owens? Really????


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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:31 AM

Guarantees of a Super Bowl win heading into the offseason isn't something a team leader does. It's something Terrell Owens does.

you're talking out of your ass.

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:44 AM

Technically Jon Beason retweeted this which says he said it:

Sports Night @Sports_Night 21h
Panthers LB @jonbeason just predicted a Super Bowl win for the #Panthers. Next season! News14.com
Retweeted by Jon Beason


So while in the interview he didn't say it, by retweeting the tweet that says it, he is saying it in on twitter.

predicting ≠ guarantee

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:54 AM

predicting ≠ guarantee


Just splitting hairs there.

I'm predicting he's right. :D

predicting ≠ saying "could not would".