Posted 11 January 2013 - 10:53 PM
*shamelessly stolen from this thread: http://www.carolinah...th-consistency/ thanks for posting this fieryprophet*
Posted 11 January 2013 - 11:27 PM
1) How do you know that? Oh yeah, the same media who is painting Cam as having not so good work ethics, and maturity in the locker-room, said so..SMH
2) Could be exactly what the media wants. Both QBs images have been based on society's stereotyping of both men and not reality.
Ya gotta love it. According to the media Cam is lazy, but The Golden Calf of Bristol, who cannot grasp a NFL offense and is a bad practice player, is a hard worker and good teammate. LOL!
Posted 11 January 2013 - 11:49 PM
Posted 11 January 2013 - 11:53 PM
It is unfortunate that he is so high profile and a polarizing figure. More unfortunate is those that hate him just for being a Christian or popular or what ever reason morons on here have a stick up their **** for The Golden Calf of Bristol.
No, he isn't the greatest passer out there but he ain't the worse either, and I've seen plenty of teams win with mediocre qbs. He is more of a leader than Cam ever thought about being, or will be. I hope the latter doesn't become true, of course.
He won't be out of football, to the horror of all the haters, sorry. Keep dreamin.
Now, bring on the haters. Lets see how much hate you got.
Hey look, a delusional The Golden Calf of Bristol fan on the Huddle!
Posted 12 January 2013 - 03:00 AM
As for The Golden Calf of Bristol becoming a Panther, I say hell no. However, it would make for an interesting media experiment. If The Golden Calf of Bristol were to come to the small-market Panthers, irrelevant to the entire world except for the Carolinas and the small extended fanbase nationally, my thought is that the media circus surrounding him would come to a screeching halt as if he no longer played in the NFL.
He would be back page news and the media frenzy would shift its attention elsewhere. No way that they heap that much focus on Charlotte and the Panthers.
If The Golden Calf of Bristol came here and was on the same team as Cam then ESPN might as well set up shop in Charlotte because they will be here non stop until The Golden Calf of Bristol was out of town.
Posted 12 January 2013 - 05:09 AM
Posted 12 January 2013 - 05:11 AM
cam may be a diva...so what who cares. you know what's worse than being a diva?
a religious, holier than thou diva. -----> aka The Golden Calf of Bristol
would not fit here in carolina at all. we have enough drama with cam for christ sake. let's not add fuel to the fire
Posted 12 January 2013 - 09:25 AM
no, everyone knew he couldn't play QB when he left college, if you are still ripping him for it today what are you accomplishing? Nothing, it's like the stories about him being a bad teammate that he got ripped for recently, he's irrelevant as a NFL QB so why should anyone care? If the media stopped talking about him nobody would care
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