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#85 Happy Panther

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:03 PM

And we will be offering him a long term lucrative extension at the first opportunity which is next year I think.

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:04 PM

The guy is right...The Jags talk about the team needing to step up and help Blaine and they win.

The Colts, demanding more from their receiver, and the Colts win.

The Panthers continue the same, let's blame everything on the QB and continue playing the same. They are now 1-5.

Change does need to be made.

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:04 PM

Dont fumble the ball against atlanta, we win. hit the wide open receiver against the sea hawks, we win. don't throw a pic in the endzone today, we win...so i think thats the kinda change I think hes talking about...

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:07 PM

we will all be better, when our QB plays better............. when it matters most.

learn how to close it out.

end of discussion.



yeah, you still crying the same song. Hasn't worked yet, but keep crying it.

Psst, between you and me, Most team that succeed, actually bail out their QBs when they get in a jam. Maybe it's something the Panthers should practice and master.

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:10 PM

Only difference is, this isnt Cleveland. The Panthers brand is one of the strongest in sports and our organization is highly respected. Losing another superstar like we lost Peppers would not hurt us at all. Fan support would remain strong, our merchandise would still fly off shelves, and players would still want to come here. Cam needs us a lot more than we need him. Who was he before he played for the Panthers?


A winner.....

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:11 PM

yeah, you still crying the same song. Hasn't worked yet, but keep crying it.

Psst, between you and me, Most team that succeed, actually bail out their QBs when they get in a jam. Maybe it's something the Panthers should practice and master.


maybe you haven't noticed but..................... they have bailed him out.

the NYG game is the only one they didn't.

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:12 PM

This is the NFL were the big boys play, and here he is 7-15.




What about the coaches calling a crappy game? What about the 43 million dollar running back that's been a non factor? But let's blame the only player on the team stepping up and making plays!! He can't take the snap then block then throw it to himself his supporting casts has made it to where he has to be perfect. being the quarterback. How many more dropped passes were there today?? How about Lafell stopping short of his route? What about Tolbert not being able to make that catch? What about smitty falling down after cam put the ball right on the money? What about the line not giving him enough time to block?

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:13 PM

Our QB does not play perfectly. He makes a lot of mistakes. But, if you watch any other games you'll see that every other QB does too. In the same game, Romo missed some plays today that could have sealed the game for them.

As second year QB with no running game, average defense, first time HC and extremely questionable play calling can't be expected to lead a franchise from the bottom of the league. There are other playmakers on the team. This offense doesn't allow them to make plays. You're not gonna teach DWill or JStew to run the read option at this point in their careers. They've had too much success doing it the right way to be all in with this gimmick offense.

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:13 PM

seam route to FB.................wide open


Very catchable ball a wide receiver would have caught that pass and turned up field

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:13 PM

What about the coaches calling a crappy game? What about the 43 million dollar running back that's been a non factor? But let's blame the only player on the team stepping up and making plays!! He can't take the snap then block then throw it to himself his supporting casts has made it to where he has to be perfect. being the quarterback. How many more dropped passes were there today?? How about Lafell stopping short of his route? What about Tolbert not being able to make that catch? What about smitty falling down after cam put the ball right on the money? What about the line not giving him enough time to block?


It's Cam fault. If he didnt put that towel on his head. None of those things would happen. If he just doesnt turn the ball over ever, we would always win!

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:15 PM

Dont fumble the ball against atlanta, we win. hit the wide open receiver against the sea hawks, we win. don't throw a pic in the endzone today, we win...so i think thats the kinda change I think hes talking about...


Receiver not trip over himself..Cam stays upright..Coach's make better decision, you win.

O-line stop breaking down so quick nad maybe he can hit the wide open receiver and you win. BY the way, what we see on TV is much easier than when you have hands and bodies in your face.

Amazing, yet, Receivers can fumble ball and have it returned for a td and that's okay with you?

I think he's talking about the change where the rest of the team and fans like you stop acting like him playing mistake free football will get you to the promise land.

I saw the Skins and Giants game today. Both QBs threw picks and their team bail them out. It came down to a great throw by Eli to win the game. That is how a REAL team is suppose to play.

Keep blaming Cam for your team's failures and see where that gets the team.

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:16 PM

It's Cam fault. If he didnt put that towel on his head. None of those things would happen. If he just doesnt turn the ball over ever, we would always win!


We have the only team in the league that can't survive an interception by a quarterback this is the nfl interceptions are going to happen especially if you get while trying to throw