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jungleking

Member Since 29 Jan 2012
Last Active Jan 19 2015 09:55 PM
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#2793689 Panthers wave Travis Bond and sign the Big Maple Leaf

Posted by jungleking on 19 May 2014 - 10:25 PM

Don't we have three night games this year? What are we going to do with a tackle that's scared of the dark?




#2669909 WR Micahel Campanaro

Posted by jungleking on 28 February 2014 - 01:41 PM

Reminds me a lot of Pilares. But if we don't use a pick on him, he'd be a good guy to have in camp.




#2669903 Michael Campanaro

Posted by jungleking on 28 February 2014 - 01:40 PM

http://www.carolinah...ahel-campanaro/




#2669874 Panthers, Hardy talking long-term deal

Posted by jungleking on 28 February 2014 - 01:28 PM

Do your homework and get back with me.  William's cap is 6 million which is not a huge number,  Stewart is 4.6 million.  Their salaries are even smaller.  Sure they could be smaller but 10.6 million is much less than Johnson's counts himself and together only 8% of the cap combined.

And no we were not on our heels against good teams, we actually won the time of possession battle against most teams and we played against more top 15 defenses and top 15 offenses than any other team in the league.

 

Too many drama queens around here with their doom and gloom prophesies.

They're not huge hits, but they are two of the ten biggest hits in the NFL for running backs. We spend more on running backs than any team in the NFL except for the Vikings. That represents a massive opportunity cost.




#2669859 Panthers Sign K Graham Gano to Four-Year Deal

Posted by jungleking on 28 February 2014 - 01:23 PM

Hate it. Hate it. Hate it.

 

Kickers aren't consistent from year to year. That's just math, and you can view the evidence in the chart in this link. Since kickers aren't consistent from year to year, it's almost impossible for a kicker to live up to a long-term contract that pays above the league average. So now we're locked into a four year contract that will probably only be worth it for two of those years, and the Panthers current cap situation is a case study for how those deals can screw teams over.