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#2059367 Jerome Boger and the officials

Posted by hepcat on 23 December 2012 - 03:40 PM

lol when Brady gets up and yells at the ref, its always a roughing the passer. When Cam does it its immature

Well, 3 superbowl victories, 2 league MVPs, and countless NFL records will do that. Oh, and his wife is really hot. Cam is just a hot-shot wanna-be at this point...so yea he'll get flagged for that stuff.

#2009603 Bigger Problem: Offense or Defense?

Posted by hepcat on 20 November 2012 - 11:21 AM

It's a two way street.

The defense has directly lost the Panthers 3 games. Atlanta, Chicago, Tampa the second time. Yes the offense had an opportunity to run out the clock in each game and failed to do so. But with the game on the line, the defense had to make one final stop in each game, and failed to do it (twice against Tampa the second time).

I'll chalk losses to Tampa the first time, Seattle, and Dallas up to the offense not delivering. The losses to the Broncos and Giants were just a fail all around.

Both sides of the ball have been contributing to losses. You have to play well as a team to win, in all three phases of the game. Surprising were not sitting here saying special teams has lost the Panthers any games yet the ST coordinator got fired.

#2007902 4th Quarter Defense

Posted by hepcat on 19 November 2012 - 10:47 AM

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#2006501 Well at least we play the Eagles next week...

Posted by hepcat on 18 November 2012 - 06:24 PM

With how we are playing...... Eagles will find some new historic way to win that has never happened before!

Carolina is leading 24-0 with 5 minutes left in the 4th...Philadelphia wins after recovering 4 straight onside kicks.

#1999951 Can the Panther's organization really move forward if Chico is retained n...

Posted by hepcat on 14 November 2012 - 06:33 PM

Wouldn't mind holding onto Ricky Prohel

#1998552 I won!

Posted by hepcat on 13 November 2012 - 06:14 PM

not even a lifetime subscription to the WSJ? lame

#1998077 18-39

Posted by hepcat on 13 November 2012 - 12:27 PM

The Panthers record since the 2009 season. That's a win percentage of about 31%.

Some teams that compare to this W-L record in the same time frame:

St. Louis Rams: 13-44 (23%)
Cleveland Browns: 16-41 (28%)
Washington Redskins: 18-39 (31%)
Buffalo Bills: 19-38 (33%)
Jacksonville Jaguars: 21-36 (37%)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 22-35 (38%)
Detroit Lions: 22-35 (38%)

Hey, at least we aren't the Browns or Rams! The Rams have been historically bad since 2007, winning only 20% of their games in the past 6 seasons (including this incomplete one). This is a worse 6 year run than even Tampa Bay between 1983-1988, when Tampa won only 22% of their games. Tampa Bay had a stretch from 1983-1996 where they never finished better than 7-9 and won 28% of their games (winning 64 games out of a possible 223).

So hey guys, it could be worse!!!

#1997934 Falcons cut Ray Edwards

Posted by hepcat on 13 November 2012 - 10:43 AM

One of the best things Hurney did was keep Charles Johnson from signing with the Falcons...even if he had to overpay him.

#1992981 I thought the defense were the stars?

Posted by hepcat on 11 November 2012 - 03:27 PM

Peyton Manning

25-30, 249 yards, 1 TD, 0 INTs, he's been sacked ONCE.

Where is CJ? Where is Hardy? I thought these guys were "stars"? Potential pro bowlers.

Cam has been sacked 5 times today.


You call yourself a Panthers fan but you don't even watch the game and just read the box score. Man up and admit it. This thread is so retarded you should be banned.

#1989411 Former NY Giants GM Ernie Accorsi Hired To Search For Panthers GM

Posted by hepcat on 09 November 2012 - 01:30 PM

Panthers had pretty good luck with one former Giants coach...maybe we will have luck with a former GM. Anyone related to the Giants organization helping the Panthers is a step in the right direction.

#1973580 Louis Delmas on trading block

Posted by hepcat on 31 October 2012 - 11:17 AM

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#1973456 The key to beating the Redskins - Greg Olsen

Posted by hepcat on 31 October 2012 - 09:37 AM

I've been waiting for Greg Olsen to have a breakout game this season...and I hope I don't have to wait any longer than this Sunday. The Redskins defense overall is pretty bad but they are especially bad against the TE. They've allowed about a TD a game to the TE over the course of the season, including two to Heath Miller of the Steelers last week (a nice fantasy day).

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What happened to featuring the TE in this offense? Get back to your roots Chud, feed the ball to Greg Olsen.

#1973444 deangelo williams will not be traded

Posted by hepcat on 31 October 2012 - 09:27 AM

I stopped reading at "i don't have any proof whatsoever"

#1973442 The 2010 San Francisco 49ers season

Posted by hepcat on 31 October 2012 - 09:26 AM

I said the priority should be hiring a QB guru as a head coach. (Green Bay's Tom Clements is a guy worth looking at). Panthers need a head coach that can handle Cam Newton and all the baggage he comes with. That's priority #1. Period.

It's clear Ron Rivera and Cam Newton do not have a good relationship, or a relationship at all. Rivera was clear he'd be primarily working with the defense when he was hired. And behind closed doors we have no idea what kind of rapport they have. Hire a guy that can turn Cam into a consistent QB and help him grow from a sulking little boy into a man that leads the team. The head coach needs to be able to corral his players and get them in line and as this season goes from bad to worse, we've seen Rivera is unable to do that.

#1973142 The 2010 San Francisco 49ers season

Posted by hepcat on 30 October 2012 - 10:32 PM


The first half of it looks very similar to Carolina's 2012 season. Four losses by a field goal or less, started 1-6. The 6th loss being to Matt Moore and the Panthers - the first win for Carolina that season. To their defense, Alex Smith played pretty well that game but was injured and the inept David Carr replaced him. After that loss they to rebounded finish the season 6-10.

It was the second full year for Ron Rivera's former teammate Mike Singletary, who was fired after the season.

Their season gives me hope that Carolina can turn it around. Things couldn't have gotten any lower for the 49ers at that point during Week 7 after losing a close game to winless Carolina. They were a talented team with the wrong head coach so the losses piled up. The Panthers hung with the 5-1 Bears last week but lost a close one. Losing to good teams, however you do it, it's as bad as losing to winless ones. Good teams are good for a reason and usually that means they can pull out the close games - something the Panthers have yet to figure out.

What Carolina needs is a head coach that says "I can win with Cam". The 49ers had perennial under-acheiver Alex Smith, picked #1 overall in 2005 but never really put it together until he had a guy like Jim Harbaugh coaching him. With a QB guru head coach that can mentor Cam and get him on the straight and narrow, Carolina could easily go 13-3 in 2013, as the 49ers did in 2011.

Since I've been so negative lately I thought I post something positive. The 49ers turned it around after years of mediocrity...so can the Panthers.

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