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#3025524 Are my sorry ass Falcons still in division title contention?

Posted by saints4life25 on 17 October 2014 - 10:20 PM

Before the season started, I had Ryan ranked ahead of Newton. I felt like he was a better QB, despite the extra stuff that Newton was able to bring to the table.

So far, I'd say Newton has passed him. The progressions he's made as a passer have got to give Panthers fans something to really be hopeful for. I've always thought Newton was one of the most talented QBs to ever step on a football field. We all know it takes more to play QB than talent. He seems to be putting it all together.

#3003883 Byrd Out For The Year

Posted by saints4life25 on 07 October 2014 - 07:58 AM

This guy really fails to understand my amusement. It's like when something bad happens to someone you don't like. And if you claim you don't do that you're a god damn liar. Just because they're a football player has nothing to do with if they deserve my sympathy or not

I do fail to understand your amusement.

I also fail to understand how you don't like a Saints player on more than a football level. I don't like Cam. I would hate to see him injured. Hell, every time he scrambles this year I cringe.

There are seriously zero people in my life that I wish something bad would happen to. The only way I could imagine that is if someone wanted to do harm to someone I loved.

I never said he deserved your sympathy. He doesn't deserve anything from anyone. I was simply pointing out that you made a sad statement. I don't know if it has any bearing on you as a person, because I don't know you.

#3002752 Byrd Out For The Year

Posted by saints4life25 on 06 October 2014 - 12:57 PM

I felt pretty good when Vacarro broke his ankle

Sad. Very sad.

#2978998 Panthers offense is LOL

Posted by saints4life25 on 26 September 2014 - 11:42 AM

Saints Fans are running a Muck over here....
was the same way all offseason over at our Boards, they are pretty quite over there now, but dont really see why they are talking shyt over here, you guys are still 2-1 and they are 1-2 with a div loss....

Fan. Singular. Big A is the only one who talks a lot of poo here. And nobody is quiet on the Falcons board Shred lol.


Posted by saints4life25 on 14 September 2014 - 04:44 PM

Panthers look great. Saints look bad. It's a long season. Hopefully (for Saints fans) things turn around.

#2943692 Olsen leaves practice early

Posted by saints4life25 on 11 September 2014 - 01:24 PM

Being a parent, I can't imagine going through something like what he's going through. Hopefully this is much ado about nothing.

Greg, WhoDat Nations thoughts are with you.

#2937422 Official Kelvin Benjamin vs Brandon Cooks Thread

Posted by saints4life25 on 08 September 2014 - 02:50 PM

Just not as good as Benjamin.

I've said all offseason that Benjamin was the last receiver I wanted in the draft and it looked like he was proving me wrong. Well, after week 1 it really seems like I'm wrong. I was worried about his hands and his motivation issues. He's pretty much caught everything so far. Kids gonna be a good one.

So far, it looks like the 2 best receivers in the draft ended up in Carolina and New Orleans.

#2935469 Official Kelvin Benjamin vs Brandon Cooks Thread

Posted by saints4life25 on 07 September 2014 - 09:42 PM

Cooks also had 1 rush for 18 yards.

I like at the end of that Benjamin catch the DB just taps his head and walks off. Respect!

#2918062 Saints cut a WR many thought as a predraft sleeper

Posted by saints4life25 on 31 August 2014 - 08:46 AM

When they inked him as an UDFA, I was excited because I felt like he could have been drafted. His size and athleticsm combo excite you. However, outside of his body, nothing makes this guy an NFL receiver. He's stiff. I mean like robot stiff. Nothing he does is fluid. And he can't catch. He dropped everything thrown his way in games. He struggled with drops all throughout camp.

I'm not saying he will never be anything in the NFL because I don't like to speak in definitive terms, but he didn't look like a good prospect to me when I got to watch him in games.

#2901649 Cooks drawing double coverage already.

Posted by saints4life25 on 21 August 2014 - 07:11 PM

You can see the time and QTR in each picture, all from 1st half of game, further Cook catch was over Sensabaugh who is listed as their top corner. The 3rd string QB overthrew a 55+ yard TD to Cooks who had a couple feet of separation, but he couldn't pull it in and bounced off his fingertips. Brees to Cooks will be on display this weekend for first time in game,

Cooks dropped that pass man. Slightly overthrown? Maybe. But a catchable ball. Cooks dropped it.

#2901221 #1 in the South again

Posted by saints4life25 on 21 August 2014 - 01:45 PM

You are here in this thread to show how strrrrong willed your Saints fans are and how classy you are. You wouldnt have responded with something meaningless like " I dont care derpy derp" otherwise right? The point of the article was to show how fan bases are forming and dissipating. You took that as fighting words and decided to let those Panther's fans that youre gonna stick your chest out with pride.

Youre a loyal Saints fan and by golly all the Panthers fans need to know that. . unfortunately, it was a pointless comment for the reasons I said before.

Whats funny is your obvious lame attempt to look strong made you look weak and defensive.

All I said was I don't care how much our owners make! Holy poo! Get worked up much? I'm not being defensive, if anyone is it's you. I never said, or implied anything you wrote in your post lol.

Jesus Christ man, lighten up.

#2899997 Never seen This Much Talent On A Panther team.

Posted by saints4life25 on 20 August 2014 - 02:02 PM

To each his own. I personally don't think anything should be censored other than maybe derogatory terms towards a race. (no not "redskin" lol)

Because a derogatory name towards a Native American is much less hurtful than a derogatory name towards an African American. That's silly.

#2892358 Lil Cookie's Stat Line

Posted by saints4life25 on 16 August 2014 - 01:05 AM

excuses, excuses


Saying he dropped a ball that he should have caught is an excuse?

Saying he was badly underthrown on another is an excuse?

No, just giving some insight for people who might not have been able to catch the game. He made a mistake on one pass, and the QB made a mistake on another. If I was trying to make it seem like he had a better game than his stat line suggests, I could see your point. But I'm not. He caught one ball and dropped one.

#2887857 OROY will be one of these rookies.

Posted by saints4life25 on 12 August 2014 - 01:58 PM

Yeah Megatron is way faster and is proven

I'm not even talking about the proven point. College players get compared to proven players all the time. It's part of it. Just compare them to players with similar athletic ability. CJ is probably the most athletically gifted receiver to ever step on a football field, so not being in his class is not a knock on a player.

If you want a favorable match up numbers wise for Benjamin, look no further than Jimmy Graham. Graham actually put up slightly better numbers in most categories at the combine, but they're very close. And Jimmy is no CJ.

#2887813 OROY will be one of these rookies.

Posted by saints4life25 on 12 August 2014 - 01:02 PM

No offense to CJ, I remember desperately hoping he wouldn't fall to the Bucs at 3 or 4 that year in the draft as the name, size, skill, and body of work speak for itself. But yes, KB is larger, weighs more, longer arms, bigger hands (ie potential bigger red zone threat). In his first preseason game in 2007 CJ had 2 catches for 45 yards and no TD's. KB obviously had the TD over a former top 10 pick at corner. CJ is obviously dubbed Megatron for a reason and is a freak athletically, but KB is a former basketball player and is clearly a BIG TIME (literally and figuratively) athlete. Both have been studs for a long time and were similarly rated out of high school (ie 4 or 5 stars, among the top 10 WRs, top 50 overall, etc. depending on the recruiting service, CJ from the Atlanta area and KB from the talent rich Belle Glade area). CJ may be the greatest Georgia Tech player of all time and KB obviously won the crystal football with the biggest play of the year so their stars couldn't be brighter. It's not homerish however to objectively look at these facts and say that KB's potential, measurables, and total body of work take a back seat to no one (even Megatron) at this stage of their respective football careers.

He's not "larger" and he doesn't "weigh more". They measured in at the exact same size at the combine. 6'5" 240 lbs. Kelvin does have an inch longer arms and hands but Johnson has a whopping 11" on him in the vertical department. He's also one of the fastest receivers in the league, which is something Benjamin can't say.

Benjamin isn't close to Johnson's athletic ability and the only people who would argue he is, are Panthers fans. They're both big, that's where the comparisons stop.

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