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#21 tiger7_88

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:25 PM

Forgive me years of losing have made me cynical.



What fun that must be.

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:27 PM

lol I really don't see a difference between them at least so far and I don't see how anyone could unless they are just fooling themselves.

Drafting based on running the ball and stopping the run is outdated especially in today's NFL. But hey at least he's not hurney!! derp




<----------this guys fooled, dang i hate when that happens

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:30 PM

Holy poo do people always look for something to be negative about?



You may have recognized before that I'm an Auburn guy.

But, being an Auburn guy, I have to admit that the thing I most admire about Bama fans is that no matter what, whether their team is up, whether their team is down, before the first ball is snapped in the first game of the season, in their opinion they are CHAMPIONS until proven differently.

They could have gone 5-7 the previous year, but when the next year comes around, they are CHAMPIONS until they lose a game (and sometimes not even then).

Many people (mostly cynics) call that being delusional. I call it being a FAN.

And the thing that irritates me worst about both my Carolina Panthers and my Auburn Tigers is that, in general, the fans would rather be cynical and pessimistic about their teams to protect their delicate feelings and sensibilities rather than to have hope and show confidence every damn year.

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:35 PM

April isn't even over yet and people are calling him Hurney 2.0 lol, gotta love this fanbase.


Is there anything you can point to that makes his philosophy different from his?

Not saying he is going to be Hurney 2.0 just that so far I don't see a difference. We drafted LB, RB, and linemen, despite other needs. So how is he different?

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:37 PM

You may have recognized before that I'm an Auburn guy.

But, being an Auburn guy, I have to admit that the thing I most admire about Bama fans is that no matter what, whether their team is up, whether their team is down, before the first ball is snapped in the first game of the season, in their opinion they are CHAMPIONS until proven differently.

They could have gone 5-7 the previous year, but when the next year comes around, they are CHAMPIONS until they lose a game (and sometimes not even then).

Many people (mostly cynics) call that being delusional. I call it being a FAN.

And the thing that irritates me worst about both my Carolina Panthers and my Auburn Tigers is that, in general, the fans would rather be cynical and pessimistic about their teams to protect their delicate feelings and sensibilities rather than to have hope and show confidence every damn year.


Your ignorant posts on this mb have no affect on how the panthers play.

Do you go into the game threads and think that if you type out your excitement it makes an impact?

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:46 PM

Name a Marty Hurney draft where the day after people overall here didn't think we nailed it?


This is true.

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 06:58 PM

Is there anything you can point to that makes his philosophy different from his?


Execution. Hurney had the same vision but executed poorly.

Gettleman has common sense. Teams calling him to see if they would be interested in a second round pick for next years first.. Gettleman tells them to fug off and asks if they are basically brain dead.. yeah Gettleman and Hurney are so alike..

If you can't see the difference between the then ignorance is truly bliss.

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 07:00 PM

Watch the pressers.

How anyone comes away with seeing Gettlemans breakdowns and general football knowledge as being in line with hurney is...shocking to say the least.

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 07:15 PM

If we are going by superficial bullshit like his arrogance in interviews and so on then we have a problem.

If we start losing, then that stuff will backfire.

See: people shitting on John Fox for being an gumchewing clapping tard and praising RR for being the polar opposite....

and then shitting on RR for being a stoic asshole to the point of making an advicedog meme

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 07:18 PM

You may have recognized before that I'm an Auburn guy.

But, being an Auburn guy, I have to admit that the thing I most admire about Bama fans is that no matter what, whether their team is up, whether their team is down, before the first ball is snapped in the first game of the season, in their opinion they are CHAMPIONS until proven differently.

They could have gone 5-7 the previous year, but when the next year comes around, they are CHAMPIONS until they lose a game (and sometimes not even then).

Many people (mostly cynics) call that being delusional. I call it being a FAN.

And the thing that irritates me worst about both my Carolina Panthers and my Auburn Tigers is that, in general, the fans would rather be cynical and pessimistic about their teams to protect their delicate feelings and sensibilities rather than to have hope and show confidence every damn year.


That may be because that is the definition of delusional


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