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Lt Pinkerton

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#2371307 Fans in the Charleston area

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 11 September 2013 - 11:33 PM

I love the Alley. Your Po-Boy is awesome. I live on Line street right down the road

#2312658 FO Almanac's Panthers write-up

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 06 August 2013 - 01:57 AM

To be fair the odds of atlanta moving the ball from the 1 to the 40 were less probable than us converting the 4th and 1.  Cards were against us and if we failed the 4th and 1 we'd be hearing about how bad a decision that was.


Absolutely, but at the time of the punt it was not known that the ball would have been downed at the one.

#2301114 7-26-13 Camp Thread

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 27 July 2013 - 12:07 AM

Everyone here is retarded

#2258040 6/13 camp tweets

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 14 June 2013 - 02:37 AM

My girlfriend gave Armanti a hand job at app state

#2235201 PFF Secret Superstar: Captain Munnerlyn

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 17 May 2013 - 03:54 PM

Remember who last year's PFF "Secret Superstar" was?


The one and only Greg Hardy.

#1705994 Got A Chance To Talk To A Player On The D-Line About The Draft

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 27 March 2012 - 02:20 PM

I don't want to say who it was because I know these athletes google themselves, but we talked for a moment about the draft and what vibes he was getting on who he liked/who would be available.

I brought up D. Poe and the player said that he would always take up two blockers, and that you can't single-team such a guy. He said he would be very happy with Poe. I then asked him about Claiborne and we talked about what a beast he is, he said no way he falls that far because he just ran a 4.37 at the LSU pro day and someone will take him before the Panthers select. (we already knew that though)

I then said that I hoped we pick a defensive player to help the D-line out, and he said "I think we will probably take an offensive guy because of people leaving and people getting old". What I gain from this is that we will take an OT to ensure Cam's protection due to Gross getting up there in age and Wharton leaving.

Of course this is all just hearsay but in this time pre-draft all we get is speculation, and it's doubtful that the player really knows what the FO is going to do during the draft. However, word gets around between the players and it seems the vibes are that the first pick will be a lineman. Take it how you will.

#1315926 Michael Smith has Carolina pegged as the NFL's worst team

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 08 August 2011 - 07:47 PM

I don't give a shit

#1058342 "If it were up to me to fix the QB spot, I would..."

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 21 February 2011 - 11:57 PM

1.) Draft Cam Newton with the first overall pick. Just because we missed on Andrew Luck doesn't mean that we shouldn't address our biggest need, and there aren't too many players that are worth the number one. Fairley reminds me of Albert Haynesworth. If however we can trade down and pick up a second rounder, I wouldn't mind waiting a year to draft our guy and giving Clausen another year at the helm.

2.) Have Jimmy start the year. It is impossible to tell who Clausen really is from last year alone. He was awful, but I feel like we learned nothing about him and coming into this year he will essentially be a rookie. If he's really as bad as he looked then we will find out very quickly.

3.) Sign a veteran? I suppose this would be a good thing to do in case Jimmy falters hard and if we don't think Cam is ready yet. Someone like Jon Kitna or Shaun Hill would be ideal.

Whether or not we spend our first on a QB this year on Cam Newton, or next year on different guy, Jimmy should continue playing and we should pick up a serviceable veteran/backup.

#768896 Huddle Most Valuable Poster of the year.....

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 23 September 2010 - 01:38 PM

I love dick-sucking fests

#719768 Sports Network Write-up

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 30 August 2010 - 10:30 AM

good article!

#693164 Anyone else worried for Beason...

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 13 August 2010 - 08:50 PM

I think he only looked lost on one play, maybe two tops. Everyone is overreacting I think. There was one play in particular where he was held for like three seconds, and STILL ran five yards up the field to make the tackle. He is just as nuts as he has always been, it doesn't matter if he stands three yards to the left/right/whatever of where he did last year.

#659020 Carolina Panthers Close to Signing Terrell Owens????

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 21 July 2010 - 12:38 PM

I think it would be awesome

#625859 The Top 50 Quarterbacks in the NFL Today

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 17 June 2010 - 12:53 PM

Damn fine list I think.

#617368 Davis...The News...Heard Here 1st...

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 09 June 2010 - 09:35 AM

With Diggs, Peppers, Lewis, and Thomas all seeing considerable amount of PT and attention...

Tell me, how have we replaced ANY of those guys...

You are basing your optimism on the potential success of unproven guys to replace proven guys...

I'm basing my realism on the recognition that there are unknown variables, and in the case of unknown variables, it is better to be safe than sorry... (as will be indicated by our lack of depth and talent at LB if Davis is done and we don't bring someone else in)...

I could easily make the argument that Diggs, Lewis and Thomas are worse than the players replacing them, even if they are young and unproven. They were all mediocre at best, and even if the young guys have a few setbacks they should be able to match the production from them. Anderson played very well in relief for Davis last season, Connor is a great talent that hasn't seen the field because of our wealth of talent at Linebacker, J Williams played behind Lance Briggs his entire career but in relief the two games last year he had like 38 tackles or some poo. (which at least means he has huge upside) And our rookie Eric Norwood was apparently one of the better pass rushers in the 2010 draft.

Don't get me wrong, I'm upset that we loss Davis (if we did indeed lose him) but I don't see any reason to be doom and gloom about it, LB is our strongest position on the team.

#617351 Aaron Rodgers: Still unimpressed with ESPN

Posted by Lt Pinkerton on 09 June 2010 - 09:28 AM

The only reason we all like Gruden so much (I do too) is because he gives the Panthers a fair shout, and slurps all of our players.

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