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We just met, and this might sound crazy...but here's my number, so call me...maybe.

is it sad that i'm in my 40s and got that?

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Also Cap'n has been playing inside, where he belongs.

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lafell is a stub.

i read it on the huddle so it must be true.

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-Hatin on Hardy threads in a while (5 months)

-Hatin on Lafell threads in awhile

-Hatin on Kuechly threads in awhile

-Hatin on Bell threads in awhile

-Hatin on McDermott

-Hatin on Captain threads in awhile

-Rivera is stoic threads I have seen.. although I didn't see any of those last season (isn't that odd?)

It has been awhile (5 months) since I've seen some

-Lovin on Rivera threads

-Lovin on Chud threads (don't lie, you were one of them too)

Does anybody really think they could build a successful sports team by pulling complete 180's every 5 months?

Be thankful that you and the huddle have no input over this team, or else we would be much, much worse.

I am warning you now.. Rivera will be back next year and you will be on his nuts. Better practice stuffing your cheeks now cuz those suckers are big.

1.) That is because for the first time Greg Hardy is actually being productive and not wrecking motorcycles or driving `125 mph and tweeting about it.

2.) I personally have never hated on Lafell but I am also not convinced he is a long term #2 WR and am almost positive he isn't a long term #1 WR.

3.) Kuechly is a beast and I never hated on him, so others can respond to that one.

4.) Bell is adequate but I won't cry a river if we upgrade through the draft this year and get a future replacement to Gross. He has been a liability in the run game at times this year

5.) McDermott had his first 4th quarter shutout in 23 games against Philly, keeping us from going down in history as the worst 4th quarter defense over a 2 years span in the 93 year HISTORY of the NFL. But credit where credit is due, he did keep an already bad Philly team that didn't have it Pro Bowl QB, Pro Bowl RB, and Pro Bowl WR, and held them to 22 points and made a household name out of a RB that hadn't really played since high school.

It marks only the second time this season that a rookie RB that rarely played has made a name for himself against us on national TV. Remember when Andre Brown also took us to the woodshed? McDermott should get a percentage of their next contracts bc he has probably done more for their value than their agents have.

6.) Captain is playing well lately. I was never as down on him as everyone else was.

7.) Rivera is learning how to become a head football coach. Unfortunately, the team is suffering from his growing pains. I am convinced he could be a good coach someday. Just not sure if that will be in Carolina.

8.) Chud is only about 50% of the problem with our offense. And in my opinion the read option is 0% of the problem.

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It never fails, someone always has to be 'that guy' that brings poo like this up.

-Yeah, it was Rivera's first season as a head coach last year and we went from 2-14 to 6-10, an improvement. Sorry for perhaps getting too excited about that.

- The offense went from dead last to a top 5 unit, another improvement. Once again, I apologize on behalf of everyone for getting fuging excited about this as well.

-Hardy wasn't bad, but people had high expectations for him.

-I might be wrong, but I don't really ever remember seeing anyone hating on Kuechly, maybe just upset that we used the pick on him (guess what, it turned out to be the right fuging pick).

Now onto this season:

-Rivera has looked like a clueless statue most of the season and hasn't seemed to have improved his time management and coaching decisions in the slightest (so no, it isn't odd that you are seeing the 'Ron is stoic' threads).

-The team has shown up and looked completely unprepared at times.

-Chud completely changed the offense and took him over half the season to finally start phasing out the read option (yet he still throws it in way too much) and has come off as a stubborn idiot playing Madden in a skybox.

-Hardy has been beasting.

-Bell has vastly improved.

-Captain has been money for the most part. Promote this man to Major Munnerlyn or something.

-Lafell has proven to be a decent receiver.

If you don't want to see fan feedback then don't visit a fan discussion board.

So please, STFU.

You completely missed the point of my OP, and "If you don't want to see fan feedback then don't visit a fan discussion board." I could say the same thing about you.

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Yeah, except your feedback is condescending feedback on the feedback from the fans. That's like feedbackception or something.

I guess if you wanted you could say the same about me, but hey, I'm just responding to 'your' thread.

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1.) That is because for the first time Greg Hardy is actually being productive and not wrecking motorcycles or driving `125 mph and tweeting about it.

8.) Chud is only about 50% of the problem with our offense. And in my opinion the read option is 0% of the problem.

That's the most intelligent thing I have ever heard from you Teeray.

Still don't see what's wrong with Hardy wrecking motorcycles or going 125mph...maybe the Twitter part. I mean where else was he supposed to get any excitement the past 2 years? Besides he's not the face of our franchise. He can screw Jerry's wife for all I care if he keeps playing like that. Saying he is "being productive" is like saying Brady is pretty good at throwing the football.

Hardy is a freaking beast. An underpaid beast too. He's giving us a lot this year and I doubt he'll stick around here in 2014 if he keeps playing like this because chances are, we'll probably sign some other running back to a 35 million dollar contract and let him walk.

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It never fails, someone always has to be 'that guy' that brings poo like this up.

-Yeah, it was Rivera's first season as a head coach last year and we went from 2-14 to 6-10, an improvement. Sorry for perhaps getting too excited about that.

- The offense went from dead last to a top 5 unit, another improvement. Once again, I apologize on behalf of everyone for getting fuging excited about this as well.

-Hardy wasn't bad, but people had high expectations for him.

-I might be wrong, but I don't really ever remember seeing anyone hating on Kuechly, maybe just upset that we used the pick on him (guess what, it turned out to be the right fuging pick).

Now onto this season:

-Rivera has looked like a clueless statue most of the season and hasn't seemed to have improved his time management and coaching decisions in the slightest (so no, it isn't odd that you are seeing the 'Ron is stoic' threads).

-The team has shown up and looked completely unprepared at times.

-Chud completely changed the offense and took him over half the season to finally start phasing out the read option (yet he still throws it in way too much) and has come off as a stubborn idiot playing Madden in a skybox.

-Hardy has been beasting.

-Bell has vastly improved.

-Captain has been money for the most part. Promote this man to Major Munnerlyn or something.

-Lafell has proven to be a decent receiver.

If you don't want to see fan feedback then don't visit a fan discussion board.

So please, STFU.

Although I do appreciate you agreeing with over 50% of my points then telling me to stfu...

Also back to your #1:

"Rivera has looked like a clueless statue most of the season and hasn't seemed to have improved his time management and coaching decisions in the slightest (so no, it isn't odd that you are seeing the 'Ron is stoic' threads)"

My point was that nobody said anything about his stoic nature being a problem last season.. again.. went straight over your head.

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1.) That is because for the first time Greg Hardy is actually being productive and not wrecking motorcycles or driving `125 mph and tweeting about it.

2.) I personally have never hated on Lafell but I am also not convinced he is a long term #2 WR and am almost positive he isn't a long term #1 WR.

3.) Kuechly is a beast and I never hated on him, so others can respond to that one.

4.) Bell is adequate but I won't cry a river if we upgrade through the draft this year and get a future replacement to Gross. He has been a liability in the run game at times this year

5.) McDermott had his first 4th quarter shutout in 23 games against Philly, keeping us from going down in history as the worst 4th quarter defense over a 2 years span in the 93 year HISTORY of the NFL. But credit where credit is due, he did keep an already bad Philly team that didn't have it Pro Bowl QB, Pro Bowl RB, and Pro Bowl WR, and held them to 22 points and made a household name out of a RB that hadn't really played since high school.

It marks only the second time this season that a rookie RB that rarely played has made a name for himself against us on national TV. Remember when Andre Brown also took us to the woodshed? McDermott should get a percentage of their next contracts bc he has probably done more for their value than their agents have.

6.) Captain is playing well lately. I was never as down on him as everyone else was.

7.) Rivera is learning how to become a head football coach. Unfortunately, the team is suffering from his growing pains. I am convinced he could be a good coach someday. Just not sure if that will be in Carolina.

8.) Chud is only about 50% of the problem with our offense. And in my opinion the read option is 0% of the problem.

1) You do realize that happened this season?? How can you say "Greg is actually being productive and not driving 125" when he did that this season?!?!?!?!?

2) Ok but the rest of the huddle was proven wrong (which was my original point)

3) Tell that to the rest of the huddle..

4) And?? Still doesn't change the fact that everyone was wrong about him.

5) Have you seen the huddle posts about McD from last year v.s. this year?? Do I need to show them to you?? (I won't b/c I don't care enough to take the time).

6) Yea.. sure you weren't big guy.

7) Again missed the point.. no complaints last season... lots this season.. where shall the pendulum swing next season??

8)...agreed?

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