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TheMaulClaw

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#3032177 Soon, Very Soon

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 11:03 PM

That's not anyone's fault other than Hardy. Hopefully his conscience will give him the ability to sign a fair 3 year deal with us

 

Well we can all pretty much assume that he's not getting max money his next contract.  His fug up might help us retain him cheaper.




#3031893 Can we ever become a great team with Rivera at the helm

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 09:33 PM

Nope. He's a Fox clone. Need to clean house.

 

I wish we still had Fox.
 




#3031033 the official "Dave Gettleman fuging sucks" thread

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 05:31 PM

Gettleman is responsible for putting players on this team that give this team it's best chance at winning. Can't say he's done that.

 

We're 3-3-1 leading our division with a complete patchwork team other then 5 players...Cam, KB, Luke, CJ, and TD.  We've had the worst cap issues in the league the past two seasons.  Yet still, despite our lack of talent/cap space and our reliance on one year rental players have gone 15-7 over that time.

 

Yeah fire everyone.




#3030948 get on the gus bus

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 05:09 PM

???

Gene Chizik won the 2010 Nat'l title with Cam.

 

I think they're referring to the fact that Gus Malzahn was the OC of their national championship team and the real brains behind the offense.  Once Malzahn left Auburn they sucked with Chizik.  They fired Chizik and brought back Malzahn and they're in the national championship again.




#3030343 Still in 1st Place

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 03:28 PM

If the team doesn't fix these issues, the playoffs won't matter. We'll just get blown out in the first game. Who cares?

 

I won't feel better until they stop consistently playing like poo.

 

I care because it's at least one more week of Panther football.




#3029031 the official "ron fuging sucks" thread

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 01:52 PM

Marty Hurney hasn't been here for some time now. It's time to stop blaming him. For some reason we are the inky team in the league that has to scrape the absolute bottom of the barrel in spite of the fact that most teams in the league are facing some kind of cap dilemma

 

 

No it's not.  As long as his bad contracts continue to haunt this team he's to be blamed.  It's not like DG and Rivera looked at FA's in the off season and said "no, fug that guy."  They were like, "we have literally no money to sign you."
 




#3028793 Secondary sucks but you know who else does? CJ, TD, Star, and even Luke

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 19 October 2014 - 01:36 PM

If only we had a time machine and could go back and stop Luke from jumping on the first drive, I wonder what the score would be right now. That legitimately singlehandedly ripped this game open.

 

If the rest of the defense has such a delicate psyche as to allow a neutral zone infraction be the cause of giving up 28 points in a half.....then we have much bigger problems.




#3026252 What's the win statistics when we were the blue uniforms?

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 18 October 2014 - 08:09 PM

My most memorable game was week 2 in '03 against the Bucs. We wore the blue then.

 

Best Panther game of all time.




#3024909 KB In Pads

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 17 October 2014 - 12:37 PM

I honestly care more about him not sustaining concussions on back to back weeks.




#3024585 Practice Photos and Notes

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 17 October 2014 - 08:37 AM

Sucks to hear about Hill being the same WR the jets released and not progressing as we huddlers had hoped.

 

I don't think that was said. 

 

Stephen Hill would be better served to stay on the practice squad this year.  A full season of learning from Proehl, will do him wonders long term.  He'll be more valuable when Avant signs somewhere else next year. 

 

There's not really another active receiver I'd replace with him at this point.  If Webb is active it's just because he doubles as a qb.




#3023963 Today's practice tweets

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 16 October 2014 - 04:41 PM

I think Stew is gonna carry the load for a while, hopefully through the season.... Lots of healing time, now its time to produce.....

 

If I had a nickel.....




#3023207 After 6 Games, Panthers can throw it and not much else

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 16 October 2014 - 01:37 AM

Ive been doing some thinking and I think this team will be at a crossroads in the off season. If your Gettleman do you A. Focus on retooling the D and adding more defensive pieces to make our D dominant again but in the process neglect the offense (again) or B. Do you go all in, improve the O line and offense and just let our D stay mediocre..

My opinion, in today's NFL, I say focus on cam and the offense, Draft and sign key offensive players and just let the D go. Too much parity when it comes to defenses and with the new practice rules and just the new rules in general, defenses just have too much of an uphill battle. Look at the Saints, Chiefs and Seahawks, all three had dominat Ds last year while this year the D is faltering.

If this was the early 2000s I would be thinking the oppositie, but this is Cam's team and its time to make this a offense first team

 

I respectfully disagree.  The offense has been performing well enough to win, and they'll only get better with a healthy Cam and some more experience.  Admittedly, while I think it would be awesome to draft Todd Gurley, we might need to focus on the D again.  Right now if the D was performing up to last year's standard we'd probably be Super Bowl favorites. 




#3022879 Carl Jung- Archetypes of Collective Unconscious.

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 15 October 2014 - 06:47 PM

      Pretty interesting psychological theory this guy laid out there long ago.  He basically describes that laying beneath the surface of the conscious and sub-conscious mind there exist another conscious that's composed collectively with everyone past or present.  He describes it as the collective unconscious. 

 

Analysis of his Theory:

 

     He contends that at birth, a newborn's mind is solely under the power of the collective unconscious and as the child gains more experience the collective unconscious begins to recess as the (sub)conscious form stronger.  He goes on to say that since children are more influenced by the collective unconscious mind it results in children being highly imaginative.  He says that the collective unconscious becomes more prevalent when a person is dreaming. He adds that while sleeping our (sub)conscious is more at rest allowing the collective unconscious to be more at the forefront.  So dreaming in essence is a hyper collaborative effort utilizing all three consciences. 

 

     He goes on to say that at birth that not only are the basic survival instincts  instilled, but also an instinctual idealism and perspective nature of the child.  Each set of ideals a child is born with is called an Archetype.  So for instance, a young child might already have an opinion on how his mother and father should treat him even before he should know how a parent is supposed to behave in society. How a mother (or father) treats their child creates certain emotional responses within the child based on the child's collective unconscious. This conscious battleground and how he copes is more specifically what an Archetype is described as.  Another archetype would be the voice we use inside our head to talk to ourselves about how we can improve and become a better people. The Ego, he contends, is what forms as a coping mechanism to close the gap between our ideals gathered in the collective unconscious and the contradictory information given to us through our experience. He says that healing is what takes place when we begin to closer merge the collective unconscious with the (sub)conscious.

 

 

     The implications of this theory is pretty astounding.  To think that collectively we all share part of our minds.  It also has huge implications in the field of sociology.   Just curious if any of you have read this guys stuff and what you think about it.

 

 

Stay classy huddle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




#3020578 So on to Greenbay

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 14 October 2014 - 11:08 AM

Riverboat Ron died when he signed his extension

 

All things considered, I think Ron is doing a hell of a job with what he has to work with and all the early distraction.

 

We're lucky to have him.




#3020566 So on to Greenbay

Posted by TheMaulClaw on 14 October 2014 - 10:59 AM

- run Cam early, put their defense on their heels.
- don't settle for FGs
- pass rush has to be there
- physical corner play at the line
- LET CAM BE CAM NEWTON!!!

 

Ron needs to be Riverboat this week.






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