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#61 C47

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:39 PM

It was on their on 20 yard line too.

Truth is Rivera has 0 balls and is a moron.

Did you say that we would stop them if we punted? Because I KNEW we were going to lose when we punted it, and said so in the chat.

Some people just know their team, sorry you don't.


You didn't know anything, you assumed and shitty coverage on what should have been a prevent play made you right. There's a big difference in that and KNOWNG we were going to lose. I'm sure you also said Nakamura would give up a 60 yard completion on first down to Roddy White since you KNEW what was going to happen....

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:41 PM

Exactly that fumble was recovered by the panthers its the same as if we didn't convert the 3rd down and pick up the 1st and had to punt it. If ATL had picked up the fumble I would understand people's gripe about the fumble but they didn't. As said time and time again if cam doesn't play perfect, no ints, no fumbles we don't w

That is not a good team or a decent team.


wow...ur so insightful ahole...

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:44 PM

It was at least a full yard after they moved it back. When it was on the fourth and six inch line I said you go for it no doubt, and it truly looked like Rivera would have. When they moved it back everything changed.


A field goal would have done it for this team because the other team would then need a TD to win. You folks seem to build this team around your QB in the worst way instead of demand the team as a whole to step up. You put so much pressure on your QB to win every game for you. While the rest of your team show up when they feel like it.

As usual, the opposing team play like a team wanting to win. While the Panthers play like a team hoping to win.

#64 SuperMan

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:44 PM

Are you retarded atl didn't recover the football, how is that any different from any other qb not converting that 3rd down?



Lets see maybe because if he hadn't fumbled he had gained enough yards to get the first down effectively ending the game?

#65 Fox007

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:48 PM

You didn't know anything, you assumed and shitty coverage on what should have been a prevent play made you right. There's a big difference in that and KNOWNG we were going to lose. I'm sure you also said Nakamura would give up a 60 yard completion on first down to Roddy White since you KNEW what was going to happen....



I said I knew we were going to lose, not how that was to come about. poo this team can formulate all sorts of creative ways to lose football games.

Still makes it true.

#66 NCScout

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:50 PM

Lots of problems and near misses throughout the game. Tolbert dropped a couple of potential big gainers, Josh Norman had a very MIXED BAG of results today, Beason is currently a dismal shell of his prior self and Nakamura was woefully bad today. But know he was signed after being nothing more than a solid backup to Reed in B'more. Having said that, we had a number of 1st and 2nd year players that demonstrated they deserve seriously more field time. The move to expand Pilares, Captain, Armanti and Alexander's role produced quite a number of impact plays by each of them. So, if you pick up the Observer in the coming days and see that Nakamura has been released and Norman benched it could easily be understood. But, maybe it is just the coach in me but when you have command of possession and the lead, you close out the game. The Panthers entire backfield are millionaires (Cam, Jonathan, DeAngelo and Mike). So I expect them to be difference makers! Today the defense bent a number of times and even flirted with danger before they ultimately caved. Now, if I am Rivera, Chud and especially Rivera, there is no way in hell that the cats give an ounce of oxygen to the Birds with control of the ball and the birds out of timeouts. Cam left it on the ground! You learn in friggin pee wee ball to cover the ball with both hands, especially in most crucial of situations. He was stripped (no shock that the falcons would attempt to strip him, it was their last chance). They were successful with the strip. And had they recovered the fumble right there the same results were staring at the defense. My point is Cam, you had the frigging game won and you are the franchise QB. CLOSE IT OUT! Do not leave the outcome in the hands of anyone else. I am amazed at Cam's talent but as an old FB guy, we allowed the subsequent events to bite us in the duff. Falcons were dead to rights! We gave them life. Cam's talent is undeniable but aside from college I see nothing to suggest he has mastered WINNING 101 at least in the NFL.

#67 SmokeScreen

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:51 PM

Cam has natural talent and is a freakish athlete. Sadly it doesn't work well all the time with this option offense Rivera want us to believe in

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:52 PM

I like your post NCScout, but to be fair, no QB has mastered WINNING in the NFL by the 2nd year save Big Ben. It takes time and experience.

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:53 PM

wow...ur so insightful ahole...



truth hurts huh...

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:57 PM

Exactly that fumble was recovered by the panthers its the same as if we didn't convert the 3rd down and pick up the 1st and had to punt it. If ATL had picked up the fumble I would understand people's gripe about the fumble but they didn't. As said time and time again if cam doesn't play perfect, no ints, no fumbles we don't win.

That is not a good team or a decent team.


Name one QB who this kind of BS is being asked of? Not even the chosen QBs is demanded to be as perfect as you folks and the media is expecting of Cam. Yet, those who are putting so much unrealistic pressure on Cam, are endlessly praised the chosen QBs while sreaming at teams to step up their games so they can HELP them win. And these are the QBs who are endlessly praised as being NFL ready and some even HOF before they even throw a ball. But it's only Cam perfection that will give this team wins. Not the better defense, O-line and coaching...GTFOH

Way to much ESPN and NFLN feeding for you.

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:57 PM

Everybody is saying that we recovered the ball. We know that but Cam had the first down before the fumble. Even with the play calling being sh***y you always ALWAYS protect the ball as a player. The difference between the fumble is first down ATL no timeouts 1:41 left of the clock and take some kneels.

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:58 PM

I like your post NCScout, but to be fair, no QB has mastered WINNING in the NFL by the 2nd year save Big Ben. It takes time and experience.


While Rapeburger played well early in his career the Steelers defense was totally out of this world as well. This helps the confidence of the offense tremendously.

#73 KillerKat

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:58 PM

Newton is the man. If we had 53 Newtons, we would be undefeated.

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 04:58 PM

Newton played overall a great game.

Today was like many last year....give him a middle of the road D and most of his losses would be wins.


Cam had a decent game today. He was still barely over 50% in completions and fumbled with the game on the line.

He was not the reason we lost but he does deserve some if the blame.

This was a team and coaching effort in the loss.

Defense mad some great plays....7 Sacks and an int. yet, they blew some coverages.

Offense made some plays and did not throw an int. yet, they short yardage running game was underwhelming and Cam did fumble when the game would have been over.

Rivera made the right call on the punt, but the last series if the first half was a comple clusterfug.

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Posted 30 September 2012 - 05:01 PM

And plus we all know ATL is going to get there points but I think our defense played at B-. They had picks had good three and outs when we needed them. Our defense did what they were supposed to do when they had to do it til the Nakumura screw up at the end. Atlanta is a great offense with great talent.


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