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SIGCHI222

Member Since 15 Feb 2012
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In Topic: Serious fugging question

19 October 2014 - 10:36 PM

There is only one reason Hardy wants to play for anyone. Money. 

 

And your point is?

 

Who cares what the motivation is?  Show me the bottom line.

 

My employer does not care why I work for them.  I perform their expected duties, regardless of motivation and assess my performance related to outcome.

 

This is kindergarten stuff.
 


In Topic: Can we ever become a great team with Rivera at the helm

19 October 2014 - 10:31 PM

I can live with that...and I have a notion at what your theory is, problably the same as mine.

 

By the way you answered, I can guarantee you that it is.

Immediate reinstatement is the only way the team buys in.  And even then the damage is done.  I think even Luke is pissed along with TD and Big Money.

 

If the Rice video would have been released when Roger got it and appropriate action taken, we would not be here lobbing messages back and forth.

 

Hardy should be on the field and Roger should be fired and at a Senate Committee hearing tomorrow.

 

Oh well, how did the Hornets do tonight?  :)
 


In Topic: Serious fugging question

19 October 2014 - 10:21 PM

After examining all the top defenses from last year (Seattle, Cincinnati, New York, St Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carolina, etc) through seven weeks, should our organization finally shift their philosophy? The old saying is: "Defenses win Championships" but with Goodell adding more restrictions against defenses across the NFL annually is it time to just forget about the defensive side of the ball?

 

They should have shifted their philosophy and backed one of their own until the legal process was finished.

Hardy plays all 7 weeks we are 5 and 2 with a commanding 2.5 game lead and a front seat for a 1st round bye.

Explain to me, when Hardy is found innocent, why he would want o play for us?

 

The next bigger question that is coming to fruition is, why would Cam or Luke want to play for us?

 

Today was a REALLY bad day from an organizational standpoint.

 

I love the Panthers but this shiitstrom may have multiple implications.
 


In Topic: Can we ever become a great team with Rivera at the helm

19 October 2014 - 09:55 PM

I think we would have been better off than we are now with Fox. Most likely, we would have a different defensive scheme and different offensive play....Fox would have done something different....anything different would be a good thing..not saying he is great and all but just something..please!!!

You're entitled to you opinion brother.  Just asking a question.  Not sure at this moment if I am positive on anything about this team except that I am confused as hell about the defense's apparent lack of even minimal performance/effort.

I have a theory but just don't want to believe it.

 

Carry on.


In Topic: Can we ever become a great team with Rivera at the helm

19 October 2014 - 09:35 PM

I take Fox more than Rivera any day.

 

For what it is worth, if Fox landed in...let's say Tampa Bay or Jacksonville, you think he would be having the same success?

 

Just askin'.


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