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#2734396 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 12:04 PM

I even bolded it to make it easier for you smh. Numbers don't lie people, as much as you wish they did.


Steve Smith $9MM for < 800 yards

Deangelo Williams $6MM < 900 yards

Jonathan Stewart $6MM < 400 yards

You are absolutely right, numbers don't ever lie, unless of course they don't mesh well with your preconceived narrative, in which case numbers do lie and it's the offensive lines fault or the scheme or the trainers or the strength and conditioning staff or...


#2734379 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 11:57 AM

I was all for signing double trouble at all costs. Now not so much.


And I was against drafting Kuechly at all costs because we had All-Pro Beason.

The difference is some of us learn from the stupid poo we do and others just dig in even deeper in spite of overwhelming evidence that contradicts their initial stance on something.


#2734323 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 11:39 AM

You honestly don't think the guys playing in front of him have anything to do with that? Or the carries that Tolbert and Cam take from him? This is what I've been preaching to you guys about Cam. If you take Cam and pay him 100 million, then he needs to produce like it and he can't if he's not allowed to.

Deangelo was 22nd in Attempts and 18th in yards. You want him to be more productive? Give him the damn ball


You still haven't answered the question.

You said it's ok for Williams to say this because he's already been paid and he no longer cares about anything. Do you honestly believe that?

Also, you can't cherry pick your favorite players like Williams and Smitty and excuse their shitty production with scheme or play calling or poor supporting cast, but then immediately write off the production of the guys we brought in to replace them by saying they are awful. Who is to say the scheme they were in before didn't favor them stats wise? Underwood could take it to the house every time but maybe he wasn't used in a scheme properly?

It has to go both ways.


#2734296 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 11:22 AM

Dwill had almost 900 yards himself and he missed a game, stop grouping them together. Ya'll really hate Stewart and are just blaming Dwill.


Therein lies the point everyone is trying to make AceBoogie.

He almost had 900 yards, and he's being paid like he should have had over 1,200 as a workhorse back.

Smitty almost had 800 yards and was being paid like he should have had 1,200 or more.

I don't blame either man for getting his money. That's fine and I respect it. But then when you aren't worth a poo anymore don't be mad when you get cut.

Williams contract is a microcosm of this teams problems, which is why he should keep his fuging mouth shut, but you have no problem with what he said because it's honest? So if Tolbert came out and said Williams is old and shitty, and Stewart can't get off a bike, and I'm contributing way more than either of those two bums and yet I'm the one making peanuts would you have no problem with that because it's 100% fact?


#2734281 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 11:14 AM

How come nobody accused Hurney of sabotaging the team?


because fan favorites bajillion dollarz FTW !


#2734272 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 11:10 AM

It has finally dawned on me that some of you are so affected by the cutting of Steve Smith that it doesn't matter what Gettleman does, you hate him and will always distort reality to fit your narrative that everything in your world that is wrong is Dave Gettleman's fault.


#2734255 Gettlemagic: Slicing the fat off the cap with WR salaries.

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 11:02 AM

The less talented your team is, the more chemistry you need. Talented teams can get away with less chemistry, by simply being better.


You are absolutely right.

The Dream Team Eagles agree with you as well.


#2734246 D-Will in shock over loss of receiving corp

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 10:57 AM

Having his money means he doesn't give a fug what you, Gettleman, Rivera, or JR thinks about his comments. People keep their mouth shut because they still need to get paid. Dwill knows this is probably his last contract, and he's going to get his money regardless.


Wait so what exactly is your argument? We have no money to spend on a good oline because it's tied up in albatross Hurney contracts like the one Williams signed, so Williams can't be productive because we have no oline or receivers to stretch the field and it's ok that Williams bitches about it in the media because he already got his paycheck so he doesn't care anymore?


#2733835 Gettlemagic: Slicing the fat off the cap with WR salaries.

Posted by Montsta on 10 April 2014 - 01:02 AM

We can't put the whole "this team won the Super Bowl with or without a true #1 receiver" argument in a vacuum because not all teams are built the same.

Baltimore won because Joe Flacco picked a good time to throw like 10 TD's with zero picks. Seattle just won because of their defense. We need to look at teams with success that we most closely resemble, and that would be teams like Seattle and SF.

Our team, not the NFL in a vacuum, does not need a "true #1" because we will win a lot of games 17-10. That's how we're built and I'm fine with that. The Broncos were built to score 50 a game and they got their asses handed to them badly.

Look at Detroit. Stafford throws for 5,000K every year like its nothing and he has the best WR in the game, and yet they still want to go out and trade up to get Sammy Watkins. That's fine because that's how they have built their team. Score 50 and try to prevent the other guys from scoring 51. But reality is that's not us. We need an efficient offense that has long, sustained drives that eat clock and keep the defense fresh. And if you look at the people we have picked up or visited with, they fit that mold.

So arguing on whether or not teams need a #1 is irrelevant, it's not the way this particular team has been constructed.


#2733408 Josh Norris will be on WFNZ at 910

Posted by Montsta on 09 April 2014 - 07:21 PM

Thanks Monsta--high praise coming from you. Everyone wants to make it concrete and black and white so they can defend their ignorant shallow positions.

I blame:

Public school low standards
Experimental vaccinations
Childhood homes built on Indian burial grounds
Affordable, second-hand laptop computers and free WiFi at McDonalds


That last line is just asking for a Cam Newton Florida joke...


#2733363 Gettlemagic: Slicing the fat off the cap with WR salaries.

Posted by Montsta on 09 April 2014 - 06:47 PM

I think Cam would probably just like to be able to throw to a legit #1 receiver.

I'm sure Cam would LOVE a Julio Jones or AJ Green or Megatron.

That being said, how many times over the last 3 years have you seen Cam miss a wide open target because he was staring at Steve Smith and forced it?

I've witnessed it personally enough times to at least give it a second thought, and it's happened A LOT.

Maybe it will truly be addition by subtraction. We'll only know when the season is underway, but it's something to consider in an offseason discussion at least.


#2733353 Ed Dickson visiting the Panthers

Posted by Montsta on 09 April 2014 - 06:43 PM

I just tweeted Joe:

@josephperson you should follow @RavensInsider, he tweeted this out two hours ago.


I finally found and followed SCP on twitter.


#2733336 Gettlemagic: Slicing the fat off the cap with WR salaries.

Posted by Montsta on 09 April 2014 - 06:34 PM

I don't want to turn this into yet another Steve Smith thread, but it's been noted that at this point in his career, Smitty is chasing numbers. It's possible that even though we may miss his production and fire, Cam may very well turn into the surgeon The Huddler mentioned if he truly leads the offense and has the freedom to throw it equally to all his targets, and isn't being constantly reminded by Smitty that he is open every play and should "get him the damn ball".


#2733225 Josh Norris will be on WFNZ at 910

Posted by Montsta on 09 April 2014 - 05:26 PM

Many of you are assuming that you know what "best" in BPA means. I think it is VERY complex.

For example, Ealy, Matthews, and Moses are on the board when we pick.

Who is the best player? Probably Ealy
Who is the best fit? Probably Moses. We have DEs and WRs , but we have little at T. Moses becomes an instant starter--the other 2, maybe not.
Who is the best financial decision? Ealy. What? Ealy allows you to shop a big contract this year and he frees up the cap drain on DE for the next 3 years. That is huge. If you draft Matthews, you are not eliminating a huge contract. Same with Moses. Even if Hardy and Johnson stay, Ealy rotates in and gets experience and will transition to DE after CJ is traded or released. Gotta think about the future.
Who has the best upside? Ealy, but you could argue Matthews. Moses is probably peaking.
Who was the best value? Ealy. Ealy is probably rated around 20 overall, Moses and Matthews around 40.
Who is the best find? Ealy. Solid 4-3 pass rushing DEs are harder to find than WRs or RTs.


Cheezus Crust is it refreshing to know there is at least a few other people that get it.


#2732813 Ed Dickson visiting the Panthers

Posted by Montsta on 09 April 2014 - 01:15 PM

Honest question given our ramshackle offensive line.

Is he a decent blocker if we run base two TE sets like we did in Cam's rookie year?




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