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In Topic: DAL beat reporter for ESPN explains why 6-4 Cowboys beat Panthers by 10 en ro...

23 April 2015 - 12:51 AM

They're making up for that blown call in the post season with the Cowboys schedule this year

The fact that People dont understand the Rule doesnt make it a blown Call. Dez did clearly not have pocession throughout the process and the Call Was absolutely right.

In Topic: Which prospect was deemed as almost a certainty to be drafted by Carolina in...

23 April 2015 - 12:32 AM

Morgan Moses

In Topic: 'Below average' is plenty good for Panthers

21 April 2015 - 11:36 AM

How can there be only 14 teams below average in a 32 team league? Lol


The NFL earned 1.15 billion dollars in sponsorships. That divided by 32 is roughly 36 million dollars. Every team that earns less than this is below average and that is apparently 14 teams.

In Topic: Guess the Panthers primetime games

19 April 2015 - 02:21 PM


First of all, 100% chance that at least one of the Seahawks/Cowboys games is SNF/MNF... 75% chance that they both are. I'd guess Seahawks on MNF and Cowboys on SNF (because of NBC's obsession with the NFC East). I mentioned this before, but I honestly think we would've been in the season kickoff game had Pete Carroll not epically derped. There's just no logical way they DON'T make this a primetime game... Panthers-Seahawks is about to be the big rivalry in the NFC. They're already at elite status, and we're well on our way... we're going to be one of their big threats. Plus we're super similar to them, like that one dude on the Seahawks said. It's a highly-intriguing matchup that simply cannot be passed up for primetime. The Cowboys game is a huge primetime candidate too... two NFC contenders, and oh by the way a certain #76.
Inside the division, I think one of the Bucs games is a candidate for TNF because OMG CAM VS. JAMEIS. Falcons, slight shot (but I doubt it). Saints, no way... their run is over.
As for the others...
Redskins, Jaguars, Titans: Not a chance.
Eagles: Been done too many times in the past decade... I'd go with not happening.
Giants: Doubt it.
Texans: This is one that randomly strikes me as a primetime possibility (most likely TNF, but who knows?). Keep an eye out for it.
Colts: Of course it's possible since the Colts are good, but I'm actually doubting it gets picked for primetime.
Packers: After our stinker at Lambeau last season, we may well have scared away TPTB. I know our D was in a funk at that time, but still.



It's not a rivalry when they are winning every time. The Panthers will first have to change that, before the national media will see it as one.

In Topic: Philly Brown 200 pounds?

17 April 2015 - 04:14 AM

Eh, Philly has looked pretty fast on the field to me.  He's not like top end Ted Ginn/Desean Jackson/etc. speed or anything... but fast nonetheless.


I've read that he's ran around the late 4.2 and 4.3 range multiple times (even recorded a 4.3 or something at his pro day)... just had a rough day at the combine.


4.5 is probably average or slightly above average for a WR.  Philly definitely looks faster than "average" on the field IMO.  Honestly, I'm really high on the guy going forward... probably more so than most.


Philly stood on his combine numbers at his pro day, so he most certainly did not run a 4.3 at his pro day.

The fact that he decided to not run at his pro day tells me that he probably didnt expect to run faster than a 4.5