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#37 The_Mango55

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 06:02 PM

The fact the coaching staff doesn't have enough faith in him to give him more playing time...

Armanti fans just need to come to terms with it. This is his farewell tour, he's a small receiver on a roster full of small receivers. The new regime will need to make room for some new talent, and the fact that is his second career catch in 3 years speaks volumes.

Just because a guy goes to work and busts his tail all week, doesn't mean he's the best man for the job. Dwayne Jarrett was more productive than Armanti Edwards and off the field problems or not, he was cut.


Now all of a sudden our coaching staff always makes the right decisions? Maybe I'm just imagining things but it seems like most people think they suck and couldn't make the right personnel decisions and coaching adjustments if Bill Belichick himself came in and circled them all with a sharpie.

What I have seen of him on the field tells me he can be productive, and I would rather have him out there than Murphy.

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 06:17 PM

Now all of a sudden our coaching staff always makes the right decisions? Maybe I'm just imagining things but it seems like most people think they suck and couldn't make the right personnel decisions and coaching adjustments if Bill Belichick himself came in and circled them all with a sharpie.

What I have seen of him on the field tells me he can be productive, and I would rather have him out there than Murphy.


If two plays makes someone productive, then why did we cut McClain? It's pointless to argue about this really, the guy never gets on the field...yet he is good enough now after making two catches to get sufficient playing time over someone who will more than likely be better equipped and skilled to make an impact in this league.

He's a depth player, and a terrible one at that. Will never be more than a depth player...and boy do I hope I'm wrong.

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 06:24 PM

When you watch the play from another angle, like I did with NFL rewind, you can see that the corner had upfield inside position on AE. All you people calling for him to have "cut back inside" don't really know what you're looking at. Unless the player whiffed on the tackle, cutting back inside would have done nothing but made AE get tackled earlier than he did.

Point being - he didn't really get "run down". The corner had the angle on him.

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 06:36 PM

When you watch the play from another angle, like I did with NFL rewind, you can see that the corner had upfield inside position on AE. All you people calling for him to have "cut back inside" don't really know what you're looking at. Unless the player whiffed on the tackle, cutting back inside would have done nothing but made AE get tackled earlier than he did.

Point being - he didn't really get "run down". The corner had the angle on him.



It doesn't matter. It makes no difference what he does to the pathetic sniveling bitches on this forum who constantly complain about Armanti Edwards. The team finally won, the dude made a big play and they spend their time complaining about an 80 yard reception that was huge because it was him.. It's incomprehensible coming from Panther "fans".

Pretty telling that the threads about the play were not started by Armanti homers praising his holy name but by trolls and immature losers who can't deal with the fact that he made the play.

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 07:01 PM

Yeah, helping the Panthers finally win a 2nd game this late in the year is really a sin. If everyone, including you couch coach pontiff's could do any better, they you would be playing.
The longest offensive play this year for the Panthers and you try to throw crap around about it. Armanti has learned everything the Panthers have asked him to
The Panthers took years to get Steve Smith built into the receiver that he is. He mainly returned kicks in college and with us; guess because he is not the biggest receiver, we should have kicked him to the curb years ago.
If he can do well at receiver, play the heck out of him. If he doesn't, cut him; pretty simple.

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Posted 05 November 2012 - 07:04 PM

seriously guys, Armanti was left open because get this, the defense didnt think carolina would throw to him. I dont think anyone watching the game at hoem thought they would either. He was completely left alone and wide open. Of course he caught the pass. Do I think Armanti can make that catch going over the middle and about to be popped by a safety. Absolutly not. Hes still garbage imo until he shows otherwise. Carolina still needs to find another wr in the offseason.


Carolina ran that same play and the Skins ran the same coverage earlier in the game......

Think Pilares was the WR the first time and they gave us the pass we just didn't take it.

So it wasn't really Aramnti specific, they were just not going to worry about guys not named Smith and Olsen.