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#3082330 Addiction to offensive language

Posted by Cage on 11 November 2014 - 04:42 PM

In b4 I'll stop saying it when rappers stop saying it. Too late?

#3080952 Anyone Else Catch The Aftermath Of The Ninth Sack?

Posted by Cage on 11 November 2014 - 09:09 AM

As fans we all want and the Panthers to be successful. And we can assume his team mates would feel the same way of course. There is something that on the surface you just want to like about him as a fan.

But I will be frank. This goes all the way back to the first days of training camp. Cam is simply an attention hound. Every day when fans and media were there to watch he constantly ran, skipped and jumped 4 steps behind all the other players. And no, this was not because of his bum ankle. He can't stand the possibility of being lost in the crowd. He screams "LOOK AT ME, LOOK AT ME" in everything he does.

Another example of this came across loud an clear in the game he did not play. His actions on the sidelines were explained as being exuberant for his teams success. I think it could better be explained as he couldn't stand that he was not the star at the moment. es knew exactly what he was doing when he ran out on the field to join the huddle dressed in his street clothes.

So imagine you were a team mate around these antics day in and day out. When your winning, Cam's personality is easy to deal with. When your losing not so much. I could see how it would be Cam losing his team mates best efforts. This, coupled with his obvious gimpy injuries, is a reason to bench him right now.

The towel head hanging losses he had the first few years were a concern about his leadership early on. He took the losses then as his personnal responsibility. The losses the last few weeks have been different. You can really see the disconnect between him and his team mates.

You think because the team is struggling you can find safe haven for this type of pseudologic? GTFO.

#3069165 Cam Newton has lost the desire to play football?

Posted by Cage on 05 November 2014 - 12:22 PM

Always wondered what it was like to be a teenage girl enslaved to estrogen. Thanks to fellow Panthers fans, now I know.

#3032226 Therapy

Posted by Cage on 19 October 2014 - 11:37 PM

Screw fat girls


Hey man, fat girls are like scooters.  They're cool and fun, just don't let your friends catch you on one.  Thankfully, I drank so much today that I passed out during half time.

#3007777 Would Seattle take Watt & Kuechly for Sherman?

Posted by Cage on 09 October 2014 - 06:50 PM

.....edited drunk post caused by misunderstanding of op.

I'm sure Seattle would but neither of the other teams in question would agree to that because the value of the two players in question (taken together or as individuals) vastly exceeds the value of Sherman. In vino veritas.

#3004830 Richard Sherman after MNF @ Redskins: “Pierre (Garcon) doesn’t matter in this...

Posted by Cage on 07 October 2014 - 07:40 PM

I love Richard Sherman. Thank god it's not always boring canned responses.


Haha yeah same here.  I never understood why people get so upset with the "cocky athlete".  To me, it says more about the people complaining than about the athletes themselves.  While we are all equal as human beings, people need to accept the fact that skills are not evenly distributed.  There will always be people that are more intelligent, better looking, more athletic, and also more wealthy.  Everyone is a king in his own mind so people hate to be reminded of their perceived inadequacies.  I love when athletes are honest.  It's hard to be in the top 99.999% of men and not have a bit of an attitude (even if it is very well hidden).  Props to Sherm.

#3003667 MNF: Seattle (2-1) @ Washington (1-3) Game Thread

Posted by Cage on 06 October 2014 - 11:03 PM

The takeover is scary right?  The paradigm has been shifting for a while and frankly this is only the beginning.  Pretty much all of the next generation of top quarterbacks are dual threats (legitimate dual threats whose elite passing skills complement superb athletic mobility). This includes both college and high school. And like it or not, Luck is a dual threat quarterback as well. It's ok though.  Change is the only constant in life.

#3003528 EJ Manuel benched. Kyle Orton will start Week 5 for the Bills

Posted by Cage on 06 October 2014 - 09:20 PM

And you assuming is how you have gotten to your conclusion.
Let me ask a better question since you know you cant quantify.
How long and what age group have you coached? The sport isn't that big a deal but if you want to share you can.


Haha ok man, I'll play.  Back in my younger years, I was a pretty decent soccer player.  I represented my age group consistently at the state level in ODP.  I have been coaching soccer on and off since I was 14.  I've coached kids from 6-14 years old.  On topic, the black pro qb is a relatively recent thing.  It may be impossible to accurately quantify my assertion, but the recent nature of this "phenomenon" can serve as a kind of proof.  Thirty years ago there were virtually no black qbs.  Even as recently as ten years ago, there were barely a handful.  Opportunity was not there.  There are still a lot of idiotic attitudes entrenched in the minds of front offices, coaches, and fans.  In ten or twenty years, I am sure it will be a non-issue because there will be so many in the league by that point.  


It's a positive that guys are at least getting the chance to compete; with some rare exceptions like Cunningham and Moon, that wouldn't have happened "back in the day".  But at this point, I firmly believe that the margin of error for black qbs is smaller than their white counterparts.  It may be impossible to accurately quantify my assertion, but I can gauge the responses and comments of fans and commentators.  Those responses and comments still indicate that fans in particular are more patient and comfortable with white quarterbacks.  Of course all fans want to win, and winning cures everything.  My point is that fans bail more quickly on black qb's who struggle.  Earlier in the season a sizable chunk of the fan base wanted Anderson to start; not because Cam was injured, but because they felt Anderson was a better quarterback (despite the obvious fact that an injured Cam is miles ahead of Anderson as a qb).  The gritty truth of this issue is probably hidden behind closed doors at NFL facilities, but that's what it looks like on my end.  Keep in mind those same facilities are manned by guys who came up in an era when blacks playing qb was not even considered.  That notion was dismissed out of hand because they didn't think we had the mental chops to get the job done.  That attitude is still present.

#3002339 NFL QB rankings for 1st quarter

Posted by Cage on 06 October 2014 - 09:19 AM

Lol @ the guy who made the comments about black players. So Cam has to do what he did in his rookie season in every season in order to be on that list.

Talk about spoon-fed by our media. Also, it shows the difference in the playing field for the white QBs vs. blacks.

They are worried that's all. It makes them feel insecure about their life prospects when blacks succeed at anything (especially in spheres traditionally dominated by white males) because, in their underdeveloped minds, it means that the societal trend of them being guaranteed things because of their appearance is on the decline.

Black men in leadership positions just scares some people. You can play second fiddle (ie wo, rb, pretty much any other position besides qb) and they will praise you and be ok with that. But the moment you want to lift your gaze and attempt to take a leadership position, the narrative changes completely.

#3000181 Official Panthers - Bears Gameday Thread

Posted by Cage on 05 October 2014 - 03:03 PM

Ladies and gentlemen....Greg "White Snake" Olsen.  Yeah, he's got a big dick.

#2996106 Greg hardy working on rap career while on exempt list

Posted by Cage on 03 October 2014 - 05:20 PM

Just saying that if he starts rapping about bitches and hoes, it could cast him in a negative light seeing what he is up against.

Ok. There's more to hip hop and rap than bitches and hoes but I can concede that most of the commercialized bs that gets put out tends to include the aforementioned topics. I doubt his legal team would let him do something so stupid.

#2996081 Greg hardy working on rap career while on exempt list

Posted by Cage on 03 October 2014 - 04:51 PM

That should help his trial

Considering how most NC "good ol boys" feel about that hippity hop maybe you are right. Or it could have absolutely zero bearing on his trial....since jurors are supposed to be fair, impartial, and unbiased while only examining facts that pertain to the case.

#2993818 I Sure Hope Frank Alexander Lives Up To

Posted by Cage on 02 October 2014 - 01:16 AM

I doubt it


Came into this thread to make a joke about Frank Alexander and weed.  Saw your sig again.  Forgot who Frank Alexander was, forgot my name, forgot a lot of important stuff and lost a good 5, 10 minutes watching that poo.  Assquake.  Don't let that woman anywhere near Japan, Haiti, or the Philippines.  None of those countries need another tsunami.  If ol' Frank had her around....he wouldn't have smoked weed at all.

#2990020 No, this isn't Panthers related...

Posted by Cage on 30 September 2014 - 06:27 AM

I thought he got ejected for the hit and Trent Williams and Jason Peters for fighting.


You could be right.  I'm not sure because I was drunk.

#2985758 Along the Sidelines - Ravens Edition

Posted by Cage on 28 September 2014 - 06:13 PM

Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.  fug this weak poo.  Keep Pounding.

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