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Still dont get the Hurney firing..


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#46 broseidon

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 06:53 PM

Is this OP serious with the Hurney stuff???

Hahahaha

You must live under a rock thats underneath a nuclear missile silo buried 200 feet under the outer most layer of the earth's crust. So that means you're like 300 feet underground dude...


This guy must be a former player that got a fat multimillion $$ contract that he didn't deserve

Sounds like Charles Johnson- " Marty was the realest GM I know" O hose me down and dress me up with a zillion $$ contract and I'll blow u too

Marty lovers make me sick!!

#47 FastNFurious

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 07:12 PM

Memory loss can be a wonderful thing sometimes

#48 charlotte49er

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 10:32 PM

clausen?

everette brown?

jake delhomme extension?

most expensive backfield in the league?

cap mess?


This might explain it better:

Players who will probably change teams next year!

Carolina: Captain Munnerlyn, CB/PR

What he’s meant for the Panthers: Munnerlyn has returned two interceptions for touchdowns this season and started the past seven games in place of the injured Chris Gamble. Munnerlyn also handles Carolina’s punt returns.


Why he may leave: The Panthers probably will have no salary-cap room to sign him or many of their other free agents (although it’s a relatively small class). Ex-Carolina general manager Marty Hurney poured so much money into a block of veterans in recent years that it actually would result in a cap charge or a nominal savings by releasing many of them. And if you do cut players like running back DeAngelo Williams or linebacker Jon Beason, who do you sign to replace them without cap space?

What’s next: At 5 feet 8, Munnerlyn won’t be receiving starter’s money. But he should score a nice deal as a nickel cornerback and special-teams ace. With head coach Ron Rivera a goner, the best-case scenario for the Panthers would be hiring a replacement who believes he can get much more out of the current roster.

#49 MadHatter

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 10:35 PM

clausen?

everette brown?

jake delhomme extension?

most expensive backfield in the league?

cap mess?


Clausen was actually a value pick where we took him. He just did not work out.

#50 SCP

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 11:04 PM

Our next GM will have both hands tied behind his back. This team has some huge financial issues.


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#51 Rubi

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:08 AM

Our next GM will have both hands tied behind his back. This team has some huge financial issues.


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You can bob for apples though...

Glass half full

#52 Zaximus

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 03:57 PM

I can't fault him for the Clausen pick or the Otah pick. Even though I read articles saying Otah can't play through pain before the draft, he was a spud (hehe). But there was some bad picks. Brown, Armanti so early, and trading away our picks. He just couldn't get value in later rounds either. The DT's we picked (Fua/McClain) was a total miss. I think later round drafting is what makes or breaks your team from becoming a contender each year, that combined with smart FA pickups and value signings of your drafted players. Example is the Patriots. I can't lie Hurney was gold for a lot of our first round talent though.

Then like others mentioned, the signings to DWill, Beason after the injury, Godfrey, etc. Anderson and Kalil signings weren't too bad, definitely not Kalil..

Sometimes it's just time for a change, period.

#53 run1stdownrun2nddown

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 04:00 PM

You can bob for apples though...

Glass half full


Not sure if this would be a #1 or #2.. perhaps both?

And since I know you will have some weird retort let me explain..

i.e. 1) painfully obvious and 2) some sort of weird college-type-thingie

Again, thanks for managing to fill this space and contribute absolutely nothing.

#54 Khaki Lackey

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 04:26 PM

I think this group is being coached down. We are one good draft away from being badass.

#55 run1stdownrun2nddown

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 04:29 PM

I think this group is being coached down. We are one good draft away from being badass.


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