Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Add NBC Sports To the List of Hacks

38 posts in this topic

Posted

The media loves athletes who are humble. Cam isn't or at least comes off that way. It's his decision to act as he will and we're winning regardless, so I'd rather Cam be who he wants to. Though, I understand why he rubs people the wrong way sometimes. It is what it is. Could care less myself.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

Cam has always praised his teammates with his Camisms about "unbelievable effort" etc. The celebrations is just a weird generational gap. I say weird because guys like Deion really started it 20 years ago and now guys like Cam are acting like their idols. Some people will say QB double standard but Cam isn't the first QB to celebrate a big play. I call it the Cam Standard.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

Good thing Cam doesn't work for NASA, he'd miss Mars every time.

 

 

:sword:

 

Gotta dump it on the short route to the moon more often!.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

They are not even talking about the sport of football at this point. They are just saying poo to stir the pot and be controversial. You really shouldn't pay any attention to these rating whores or panthers/cam haters. They will ALWAYS be out there irregardless of how good the panthers or cam are doing. We could even go and win the superbowl but they would be waiting for a fug up. It's best not to waste your time thinking or watching these type of people.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

Yea everyone STILL thinks he's this immature whiny little kid I don't understand it the dude is like Brett Favre he's like a big kid out on the field because his job is professional football and it just so happens that he absolutely HATES losing because he is COMPETITIVE i can't fuging stand to lose at a video game much less lose a professional football game, and even though he admitted that he should change his demeanor in press conferences after a loss it's not like it was that big of a deal anyways it wasn't like he was throwing teammates and coaches under the bus he just hated to lose simple as that

but these idiots refuse to use logic and continue to just look at stats and say well this is how you should behave this is how you should act, everybody is different and matures differently these people are dumb that's why i refuse to even turn that junk on

Not to be a grammar nazi but punctuation is your friend. We are on a message board and have to read your post.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

NBC guys troll and don't do their homework. Why do you think Gantt works for them? NBC - Nothin But Catholics.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

NBC guys troll and don't do their homework. Why do you think Gantt works for them? NBC - Nothin But Catholics.

Seems legit...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

Saw something similar on ESPN NFL Live. One of their newer analyst said " the defenses won them all their games so far, and Cam had nothing to with any of their recent wins". When he said that I just thought it was pathetic on his part.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

During Deangelo's post game interview at his locker someone asked him about cam's maturity. Deangelo is a well spoken guy and comes across smart IMO. He said that he thought Cam was mature from day 1 and that if people think he's matured even more then that's great for the team.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

The media loves athletes who are humble. Cam isn't or at least comes off that way. It's his decision to act as he will and we're winning regardless, so I'd rather Cam be who he wants to. Though, I understand why he rubs people the wrong way sometimes. It is what it is. Could care less myself.

 

I disagree!!

 

Cam is very humble. This is a misnomer (emanating from the Peter King, "Icon" statement, Nolan Nowaracki, and the fact Cam didn't do many 1st year interviews) way back when. They have never let it go 

 

It's guys like Kaepernick and RG3 that are actually the arrogant, dismissive and combative ones (on many occasions I may add), based off the evidence. 

 

Cam rarely, if ever gets angry (at his teammates or the media), and never says selfish things, or gets in the slightest trouble. He's handled criticism (so much of it unjust) very well with class and aplomb I'd like to add. 

 

His first down celebration, is pale (whether you like it or not) in comparison/in light of the silly things that Kaep and RG3 (for example) say and do to this day, both on and off the field. 

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

Cam has some legitimate things he needs to solve in his passing game.  I want to see him progress there or we will be hampered as a team in the long run.

 

Footwork is still horrible, take a look at where his feet were pointed when he threw the INT.

He needs more trash can practice also as the "fastball" is his most effective weapon and it works primarily on comeback routes.  He has shown little touch on screen passes, crossing patterns and even long balls oddly enough.

 

His receivers can obviously help by concentrating better, but the bottom line is that he needs to continue to progress.

 

I think when the offense is having a horrible day, but Cam jumps up to "pose" with his first down pose, not only does it rub me the wrong way, but sportscasters like the NBC guys see it as about him still and not the team.  This type thing that most of you adore, face it, makes him look less than a seasoned vet, especially when we put up the whopping offensive numbers we did this past Sunday.

 

He has some incredible gifts, but to be great, he needs to fill in all the holes in his game and not worry so much about getting out front to celebrate.  Winning will give him plenty of a stage.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted

Cam has some legitimate things he needs to solve in his passing game.  I want to see him progress there or we will be hampered as a team in the long run.

 

Footwork is still horrible, take a look at where his feet were pointed when he threw the INT.

He needs more trash can practice also as the "fastball" is his most effective weapon and it works primarily on comeback routes.  He has shown little touch on screen passes, crossing patterns and even long balls oddly enough.

 

His receivers can obviously help by concentrating better, but the bottom line is that he needs to continue to progress.

 

I think when the offense is having a horrible day, but Cam jumps up to "pose" with his first down pose, not only does it rub me the wrong way, but sportscasters like the NBC guys see it as about him still and not the team.  This type thing that most of you adore, face it, makes him look less than a seasoned vet, especially when we put up the whopping offensive numbers we did this past Sunday.

 

He has some incredible gifts, but to be great, he needs to fill in all the holes in his game and not worry so much about getting out front to celebrate.  Winning will give him plenty of a stage.

 

Have you actually watched a Panthers game this year (especially the second half last year, and the previous 4)?

 

This sounds like something someone in the national media would write, not someone with 7000+ Huddle Post. 

 

I think you're being very general, dated and simple here. I'm too lazy to highlight your points, cause after the 9 games, if you see no progress/so much negative in Cam's development since he got to Carolina (you made Absolute, not measured, timely or nuanced statements and critiques), what else is there to say to you? You can say this about any young QB, including the good ones. Seasons have an ebb and flow (and different opponents, locales and situations/circumstances) you know? 

 

Oh well. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites