Archived

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

top dawg

NFC South Lead Writer for Bleacher Report, Knox Bardeen, has tidbits

52 posts in this topic

Jean-Baptiste is an intriguing prospect. I'd like him in the second round but I don't think he's first round material. Stanley appears to be limited in the speed and agility department. Based on the few YouTube clips I've seen, if a RB or WR manages to get around the corner Jean-Baptiste becomes a non-factor.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I know one thing: After all that work, at least one of y'all need to give me some pie. Thank you!

Pretty mediocre article full of regurgitated content. Lacking analysis on your part. Everyone with two good plays at the senior bowl now we need to pick in the first to get them. Four meetings and of course that tells us what gettleman is after.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

One note about Abbrederis, who constantly gets critiqued regarding his speed (which is comparable to Jordy Nelson's and faster than Fitzgerald's.) Take a look at how badly he burns Courtney Roby, a speedy, highly-touted corner, based purely on his excellent route technique. This is how you generate separation in the NFL, not just "go that way, really fast." The nice thing is that good route running is much more reproducible than simply running away from another world-class athlete. Just food for thought.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5Pa3S_rQQo

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Pretty mediocre article full of regurgitated content. Lacking analysis on your part. Everyone with two good plays at the senior bowl now we need to pick in the first to get them. Four meetings and of course that tells us what gettleman is after.

 

It's not an article. It's a post in a forum that gives Huddlers food for though at worst, and insight at best, as to who the Panthers FO may be---or perhaps should be---interested in drafting. As such, it doesn't require any analysis on my part as it is mostly "regurgitated content", as you say, but still took time and effort to quote, link with other "regurgitated content", and present with a few general observations in a thoughtful manner that hopefully makes it more entertaining and/or provocative for the reader.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

hmmmm bet we wouldn't draft a LB in the first three rounds, OT and WR - even CB are too pressing of needs - Klein filled in fine last year and Blackburn wasn't bad either 

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Abbrederis is a beast.  He reminds me a lot of Eric Decker.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

 

I thought that hit was legal. I don't view that as targeting. This, however,...

 

http://youtu.be/EDZZfIiWFWg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Perhaps Victor Cruz 2.0 with a higher ceiling (literally and figuratively)? I'm asking.

 

 

Why is he only being compared to white WRs?

 

 

Well, I thought of Cruz.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites



  • Topics

  • Posts

    • @Panthro Proving Medical Malpractice Based on Diagnostic Errors The law does not hold doctors legally responsible for all diagnostic errors. Instead, patients usually must prove three things in order to prevail in a medical malpractice lawsuit based on a wrong diagnosis: A doctor-patient relationship existed. The doctor was negligent -- that is, did not provide treatment in a reasonably skillful and competent manner. The doctor's negligence caused actual injury to the patient. Most medical malpractice cases hinge on either the second or third element (or both) -- was the doctor negligent and did that negligence harm the patient?   Easily provable  1. ER dr saw mom and had all the records. Mom was healthy prior, no issues besides a murmur she was born with. 2. Motrin does dot fix the flu especially if you one has A and B. Greenville drs from ICU would testify against New Bern ER doc. No tamiflu prescribed nor any other treatment besides Motrin. (Anybody can take Tylenol/asprin but tamiflu is prescribed) 3. Without x raying or running further test, mom went from early caught flu to both pneumonia that now developed 3rd stage ARDS and now pulmonary fibrosis is setting in. Due this negligence, mom will live at most 5 years in poor quality will my dad ends bankrupt. I just proved how not properly treating mom has lead to a snowball effect due to incompetence which lead to where we are now. Dad was not given a course of action, he does not have a M.D. at the end of his name, and the hippocratic oath has been tarnished. I am in the settle or I will find out how he will lose his license. I will file a complaint with the hospital and board. Publish in the newspaper about his care and online. My mom will never be the same. 
    • Grigson put in a lot of effort to try and stack the receiving corps. Not all of it was smart effort, but it was effort. O-Line, on the other hand...