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who said we had a decent D last year?  Our D blew chow, but I guess it was the greatest defense of all time when compared to that steaming pile of poo that the Taints put on the field every Sunday.

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Cam in his usual form

However if you want a snapshot of everything that is wrong with the NFL the do yourself a favor and watch pro football’s biggest brat play every week. What I saw from Newton today was an absolute insult to the sacrifice every man in the NFL makes on a weekly basis.

Newton has clearly been enabled by a contingency of yes men during the course of his football career. He has all the tact of a three year old who doesn’t want to share his toy car with the other kids.

Today Newton exposed the NFL and its protect-the-star-QB at all costs policies.

On two separate occasions today Newton committed acts that 99.99% of NFL players would have been ejected for. In one instance he kicked Tommy Kelly and in another he bumped an official.

What provoked Cam to act in such a manner?

Well, simply put, he was sacked. That is all. Nobody spit in his face. Nobody poked him in the eye. Newton was hit hard and likely heard a few unsavory insults hurled his way. That’s about it. It’s about what every other NFL QB deals with on a weekly basis.

So is the NFL saying it’s OK for a star QB to violate very clearly written rules if he sees fit? That would seem to be the message.

Never mind what provoked Cam to act in such childish fashion. This isn’t a court trial. If you kick another player or bump an official then its time to go. See ya!

Not the case for Newton and his false sense of self-entitlement.

As if it weren’t bad enough Newton has a stable of enablers on the payroll he also has the league office giving him the green light to be a diva.

And for good measure Cam managed to sulk his way through a win too. Stay classy, Cam. You do realize you haven’t proven anything in this league right? Oh sure, stats are nice and all but wins are what truly matters. Another season of losing football and Newton will find himself with one foot in the league and another in the JaMarcus Russell pile. Good luck with that, Panthers fans.

now i have two things i can revert to in case i need something funny.  That and this play:

http://www.nfl.com/v...mith-66-yd-pass

 

Truly comedic!

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The spirit of your bullshit posting all summer was that the suspensions didn't matter and the saints would be in the playoffs if not division champions regardless. All of us remember and that wasn't necessarily a direct reference to that other shithead.

So now it's not what I said but "the spirit" of what I said!? It's only 5 pages back if you want to read, I said I thought the team would be fine without Payton specifically bc Carmichael was still around and between him and Brees they should get the offense performing close to normal. The biggest concern with Payton missing was Offense because he play calls and wouldn't you know that we ended up with almost 30 points a game, #1 pass offense, #2 overall offense, so basically I was right. The unknown and overlooked was defense because we never needed a great defense to win it all, but nobody ever expected it would be so bad on defense, but Spags scheme was completely wrong for team.

I did also speak of a Sophomore slump for Cam I got crucified for, sure didn't have any problems getting Panther fans agree with me 2/3 of way into season.

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So now it's not what I said but "the spirit" of what I said!? It's only 5 pages back if you want to read, I said I thought the team would be fine without Payton specifically bc Carmichael was still around and between him and Brees they should get the offense performing close to normal. The biggest concern with Payton missing was Offense because he play calls and wouldn't you know that we ended up with almost 30 points a game, #1 pass offense, #2 overall offense, so basically I was right. The unknown and overlooked was defense because we never needed a great defense to win it all, but nobody ever expected it would be so bad on defense, but Spags scheme was completely wrong for team.

I did also speak of a Sophomore slump for Cam I got crucified for, sure didn't have any problems getting Panther fans agree with me 2/3 of way into season.

 

you ended up being wrong about cam too by the end of the year anyway.  he cut down on his turnovers and had the longest streak without an interception in the entire league at one point.  when he's actually treated like an NFL quarterback by his OC he's proven up to the task.  also i'm not going back and looking through hundreds of your shitty posts across multiple accounts to point out things that you were wrong about.  we could write books about your failed predictions.

 

speaking of wrong schemes, i'm really looking forward to lining up against that shitcan rob ryan defense twice this year.  passing for 5000 yards didn't amount to a hill of poo in 2008 or 2012 and nobody is arguing that brees sucks or that payton can't coach.

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i was going to say i could drop a cheeseburger on my keyboard and come out with better football commentary than alejandro but then i realized that's probably what he actually does

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I'd be more prepared to see this.

 

Greg+Hardy+New+Orleans+Saints+v+Carolina

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i was going to say i could drop a cheeseburger on my keyboard and come out with better football commentary than alejandro but then i realized that's probably what he actually does

I can drop broken pottery shards on my keyboard and come up with a better travel book than you. I like the part where you haven't visited any of the top travel destinations, yet think you're going to write a book and get it published!? LMFAO

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i was going to say i could drop a cheeseburger on my keyboard and come out with better football commentary than alejandro but then i realized that's probably what he actually does

Naturally, you'd then tip your keyboard 35% for handling your food.

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I look forward to seeing a lot of this

 

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and this

 

 

 

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