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Out of the WR's on the roster who aren't 89.

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That makes two of us. Lafell as a decent # 3 is one of those things that has been repeated so many times people just accept is fact.

 

I think Lafell can be a #1.

The only thing Lafell lacks is top end speed. He knows the Offense, runs great routes, blocks well, and catches everything, almost. Very under rated in my opinion. Even by some of his fans.

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well he disappears for large chunks of time so i wouldn't say he runs great routes. he can't consistently get open.

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D was benched because stew had a better 2011 season but williams started the following season with a higher yd/carries.  Those opinions without stats are just opinions and those remind of crap. 

 

Lets take a look at the past year.

 

D had 173 attemps and 737 yrds with a 4.3 yd avg 5 tds

 

Stewart gad 93 attempts with 336 yds and 3.6 yd avg 1 td

 

I can definitely see why you said stew was the more effective player this past season with stats like that he should start every year and get more touches.  Those are rushing stats.

 

Lets try receiving stats

 

D had 13 receptions for 187 yd 14.4 yd avg with 2 tds

 

Stew 17 receptions for 157 yds  9.9 yd avg and 1 td

 

Seems like stew is the no brainer to me.  You guys are so brilliant I can't stand it.  You sure know how to make some look stupid with your opinions backed by the weakest stat line but this is the huddle, where my favorite line is some of you are like pigs watching tv, all you see are pretty colors.

 

Here's a bonus since everyone wants to bring up 2011 like that was the deciding factor

 

RUSHING

PLAYER                  ATT YDS    YDS/ATT LONG TD

DeAngelo Williams  155    836         5.4         74     7

Jonathan Stewart    142    761         5.4         32     4

 

I don't see the more touches argument.  Well thanks for clearing things up for me.  You did an awesome job, I feel so much more smarter now.

 

 

 

i'm not following your thought process here m8

 

he was benched because stewart was unarguably the more effective back in 2011. this is not up for debate.

 

they didn't cut him because of the negative cap implications. instead, they restructed his contract to keep a playmaker on the roster and to aid our cap situation.

 

"benching" him doesn't mean he doesn't get any PT in this context. they simply gave more touches to stewart because he had proven to be more effective.

Stewart played a higher percentage of snaps in 11 than any RB in the NFCS. Result? Most productive O in Panther history and an all time great rush attack (top 3 per some breakdowns). Then Stewart got hurt in 12....not sure how those two are example of RR being bad.

 

CRA I guess your stat has been debunked, lol

 

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Personally I like Lafells production I would rather see more 3 wo sets with 2 backs rotated 1 back and te in the backfield as well as 3 wo and a te on the line.    Running out of those formations will make any d hestitate just enough to make them pay.

The only thing Lafell lacks is top end speed. He knows the Offense, runs great routes, blocks well, and catches everything, almost. Very under rated in my opinion. Even by some of his fans.

 

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D was benched because stew had a better 2011 season but williams started the following season with a higher yd/carries.  Those opinions without stats are just opinions and those remind of crap. 

 

Lets take a look at the past year.

 

D had 173 attemps and 737 yrds with a 4.3 yd avg 5 tds

 

Stewart gad 93 attempts with 336 yds and 3.6 yd avg 1 td

 

I can definitely see why you said stew was the more effective player this past season with stats like that he should start every year and get more touches.  Those are rushing stats.

 

Lets try receiving stats

 

D had 13 receptions for 187 yd 14.4 yd avg with 2 tds

 

Stew 17 receptions for 157 yds  9.9 yd avg and 1 td

 

Seems like stew is the no brainer to me.  You guys are so brilliant I can't stand it.  You sure know how to make some look stupid with your opinions backed by the weakest stat line but this is the huddle, where my favorite line is some of you are like pigs watching tv, all you see are pretty colors.

 

Here's a bonus since everyone wants to bring up 2011 like that was the deciding factor

 

RUSHING

PLAYER                  ATT YDS    YDS/ATT LONG TD

DeAngelo Williams  155    836         5.4         74     7

Jonathan Stewart    142    761         5.4         32     4

 

I don't see the more touches argument.  Well thanks for clearing things up for me.  You did an awesome job, I feel so much more smarter now.

 

point still stands. stewart was more effective in 2011. he was a superior blocker and a far superior receiver out of the backfield.

 

i wouldn't read too much in to 2012 either. stewart missed a lot of time and was injured when he did play. outside of 1-2 games d-will was pretty useless. i'm not saying that's completely on him... our run game was just flat out awful in 2012.

 

either way, these stats don't mean anything. you said d-will was benched because of money and that just doesn't make any sort of sense at all.

 

also not sure why you're getting so butthurt about this.

 

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How convenient, so you mean to tell me that rr would start an injured stewie over the all time leading rusher in franchise history, lmbo.  rr must be the dumbest ass in the league, i am petrified that he is still the coach now based off of your logic. And in 2011 far more superior with 1 receiving td much like last year.  

 

Williams had more all purpose tds both years.  You are making everyone that read your threads dumber the more you type.  Stop if you care about any of the huddlers.  They might believe.

point still stands. stewart was more effective in 2011. he was a superior blocker and a far superior receiver out of the backfield.

 

i wouldn't read too much in to 2012 either. stewart missed a lot of time and was injured when he did play.

 

either way, these stats don't mean anything. you said d-will was benched because of money and that just doesn't make any sort of sense at all.
 

 

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i'm starting to think something isn't working properly in your head.

 

and before you respond please go read every line of what i've said in this thread and make sure you understand every bit of it because it's clear you are comprehending things.

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your head is so thick that you want to dismiss stats just prove to yourself that you are right, and you refuse to retract your comments no matter how many stats prove you are flat out wrong.  If stew was such a superior blocker then show those stats, if seems like you are good at talking from your butt cheeks without the stats to back you up.

 

At least I came up with some half ass stats to back up what I am saying.  Man up and admit you don't know squat and that you are absolutely wrong, or do you have too much pride on a message board where no one will know who you are outside of here to call you out in front of your family and friends.

 

What a joke.

i'm starting to think something isn't working properly in your head.

 

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Is there such a thing a a smart dwill fan?

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its like watching a dog chase its tail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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