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#121 SCP

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 04:00 PM

I started watching the Panthers in 2000. The worst Panther to start I've had the displeasure of seeing is easily Jimmy Clausen. 2010 was just bad...the worst football I've ever seen and it was that way because of the one ya'll call Pickles. I hate working at my current job, but if anybody at my job needed a shift picked up on football sundays, I always took it because I had no interest in watching a Clausen led team play. Most games were over after the 1st quarter. You knew once the other team scored, the lead was already too big and we were not coming back.


Just more proof here.

Jimmy is the worst ever dating back to '95.

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 05:18 PM

Matt Willig is hilarious. Great actor

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 06:20 PM

DeShaun Foster the worst player? No



5 years on the team = less than 3 minutes of highlights (even in slow motion)
And actually under two minutes. the last minute+ were his 2003/2004 playoff touchdowns repeated and slowed down.

Do we have a lowlights clip of his redzone fumbles?

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 06:36 PM

David Carr no question. Clausen was a rookie being coached by a staff that didn't give a fug.
Carr had no reason to be that bad.

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 09:11 PM

Funny part about David Carr was fans were screaming that season for us to bench Delhomme and start Carr because jake looked bad in the preseason in a few games.

Jake goes off to start the season 8-1 TD-Int I think it was only Brady was better at 9-1 or 10 -1 over the first 3 games of the season before his elbow popped. And then Carr comes in and we see how good he really was making all the Jake Haters look stupid.

#126 Nicks To The Colts

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 09:31 PM

Funny part about David Carr was fans were screaming that season for us to bench Delhomme and start Carr because jake looked bad in the preseason in a few games.

Jake goes off to start the season 8-1 TD-Int I think it was only Brady was better at 9-1 or 10 -1 over the first 3 games of the season before his elbow popped. And then Carr comes in and we see how good he really was making all the Jake Haters look stupid.


yeah it seems insane now but truth is carr was considered one of the top acquisitions in free agency that year. all through camp and the preseason there was a dedicated faction on this board who thought he would land the starting job in addition to the media working overitme to promote the notion of a qb controversy.

i remember talking to a guy at work who was a hardcore delhomme hater after the first falcons game about it. he was adamant that carr "made less mistakes" than jake when he had only attempted 4 passes in relief after delhomme had passed for 2 TDs and almost 200 yards with no turnovers after 3 quarters.

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 10:06 PM

Clausen

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 10:29 PM

yeah it seems insane now but truth is carr was considered one of the top acquisitions in free agency that year. all through camp and the preseason there was a dedicated faction on this board who thought he would land the starting job in addition to the media working overitme to promote the notion of a qb controversy.

i remember talking to a guy at work who was a hardcore delhomme hater after the first falcons game about it. he was adamant that carr "made less mistakes" than jake when he had only attempted 4 passes in relief after delhomme had passed for 2 TDs and almost 200 yards with no turnovers after 3 quarters.


Jake barely had over 109 yards with those two touchdowns. ...add in about 60 phantom passing yards due to that one drive where Smith just got into DeAngelo Hall's head and kept causing him to commit penalties. He also barely completed almost half his passes by the time he went out of the game. His arm probably was bothering him the entire game up to that point, but Carr barely had to do anything when he left because lol 2007 Falcons offense

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 10:33 PM

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 09:20 AM

Jake barely had over 109 yards with those two touchdowns. ...add in about 60 phantom passing yards due to that one drive where Smith just got into DeAngelo Hall's head and kept causing him to commit penalties. He also barely completed almost half his passes by the time he went out of the game. His arm probably was bothering him the entire game up to that point, but Carr barely had to do anything when he left because lol 2007 Falcons offense


yeah our most dangerous weapon on offense that day was deangelo hall.

and yeah you were right. i had pulled the stats last night and read 109 as 190 for some reason

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 11:34 AM

I really don't understand how people say Jake was the worst. Really? The guy who was known as mr clutch? I am not saying he put up Brady like numbers but he got us to our first ever superbowl and showed his ass.. Dude had the best QB rating in the superbowl and would have definitely won superbowl mvp if we won. Sadly we didn't and I still will not blame Kasay for the lost. If I am not mistaken, even after he kicked the ball out of bounds, the Patriots received an holding penalty or personal foul which brought them back some. Truthfully, it came down to who had the ball last. No one could stop anyone.

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 11:53 AM

Greg Favors. Not Clausen terrible of course, but was just not good at all and was a big reason for the superbowl loss IMO. Clausen yielded the first overall pic so he was useful in a way.

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 12:47 PM

game posted, scroll up


Can't stream @ work

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:05 PM

Lotta anger towards Willig here, why the hate?!

Willig was pretty damn annoying. Steussie was the most frustrating for me. Every offensive penalty I knew for a fact would be him. Every false start, every holding call during the play, everyone I watched with would yell out "Fuggin Steussie!". Not a shocker at all when he was included on the list of players juicing in that '03 run.

Pickles was just..... awful. All of these Delhomme posts are ridiculous.

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 02:20 PM

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