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#3036984 My biggest worry about Gettleman

Posted by top dawg on 22 October 2014 - 11:22 AM

Rivera has basically had various degrees of mediocre talent since he has been here, and he has had a modicum of success.  It's also arguable that he has done a pretty fair job making the transition from a DC to an HC.  The only real finger pointing I do at Rivera is his decision to keep Shula at the expense of Hue Jackson.

As for the way that this season has gone, at the end of the day we are 3-3-1 with the division lead (ugly as it has been).  With the dearth of talent, which is squarely on G-man's shoulders, if he's going to pull the plug on Rivera because of this crap, then he needs to pull the plug on himself.  

 

If you are suggesting that maybe Rivera had a lucky season last year, then I could easily say the same thing about G-man.  This offseason, including the draft, up until now has not looked pretty.  It just bespeaks of gambling with the risk of possibly tanking because of deficiencies on both sides of the ball that were outright neglected.




#3030409 the official "Dave Gettleman fuging sucks" thread

Posted by top dawg on 19 October 2014 - 03:36 PM

Look! I still have faith in G-man because he has brought some good talent here, and he has had to do it within the constricts of a terrible cap situation. But G-man gets some major blame for not addressing obvious needs. He has rolled the dice and crapped out this season.  

 

Sure, I think that he deserves at least a couple of more seasons to right the ship, but I am not going to start calling fans stupid for pointing out obvious problems.




#3025745 Going to enemy territory!

Posted by top dawg on 18 October 2014 - 10:44 AM

It's the Midwest.  Civility shines unless you are outside the stadium lawfully protesting killings of unarmed black men at a St. Louis Cardinals game.  

 

Oops. I guess that's for another forum.  Carry on.

 

Green Bay is a pretty good place in the grand scheme of things.




#3025181 Bill Barnwell sees it too.

Posted by top dawg on 17 October 2014 - 04:41 PM

This isn't necessarily directed at anyone in this thread, but fug all the Johhny-come-lately Benedict Arnold motherfugers:

 

Perhaps it's bad of me, but I would gladly accept some Cowboy or Falcon fans on Cam's bandwagon, and smash the fingers of some Huddlers with a hammer as they reach to finally get on, and kick them in the face back down to the ground as the wagon rolls along (and hope they get run over by the wheels).




#3023662 QB Index: Cam Newton breaks into the top five

Posted by top dawg on 16 October 2014 - 12:51 PM

Well, my opinion is that it's a darned shame that on the Huddle...this season...where the stats are so close...and Cam actually equal to or better than Luck in a couple of areas, people still basically talk Cam down and talk Luck up.  This, notwithstanding that Luck is in a far better situation with arguably three WR1s---or at the very least a 1 and two 2s---two notable pass catching TEs, and a top 10 O-line.




#3023616 The key to beating Aaron Rodgers and the Packers...

Posted by top dawg on 16 October 2014 - 12:14 PM

Keep the fuger of the field is the best way.  

 

Of course that would probably ruin my fantasy day (plus, I am going versus Cam). SMH

 

If I had to bet though, It's probably going to have to be a high scoring affair.




#3023464 After 6 Games, Panthers can throw it and not much else

Posted by top dawg on 16 October 2014 - 10:46 AM

Who'd o' thunk it? The Cowgirls D is better than ours. SMDH

 

I've spent many hours trying to figure out why the D-line has fallen off a cliff, and even though it really doesn't make any sense intellectually or mathematically there is only one answer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hardy really fuged us and himself over this year (and believe me, he ultimately will lose money notwithstanding this lucrative vacation).  

 

I have some pearls of wisdom for Hardy and other young guys still trying to figure life out---something that an old man once told me:

 

 

Don't let a woman's ass or a whiskey glass get you into trouble.




#3021143 PFF's Top Graded QBs so Far?

Posted by top dawg on 14 October 2014 - 04:37 PM

Cam does more with less.




#3020206 Free Agents

Posted by top dawg on 14 October 2014 - 02:42 AM

Drayton Florence would be more like it.




#3019323 You are Gettleman: knowing what you know now do you sign hardy to a big ass d...

Posted by top dawg on 13 October 2014 - 04:04 PM

If Hardy gives us a bad boy discount that is overall cheaper, plus a deal laden with incentives for staying out of trouble AND doing your job on the field, then I am all for it.




#3019268 ESPN Article on the ankle twisting/Olsen Getting Real

Posted by top dawg on 13 October 2014 - 03:41 PM

Burfict didn't want to talk to reporters after the game due to concussion protocol...

 

Get ready for the blame-the-concussion defense.




#3019243 1. KB 2. ? 3. Avant 4. Bersin 5. Brown

Posted by top dawg on 13 October 2014 - 03:27 PM

One position is not mutually exclusive to the other.  Here is how needs work: when you get the opportunity to take care of a need on the cheap, then you do it.  If someone else becomes available, then we can address that need in the future.  

 

Now if the question is whether or not Mike Williams can adequately address the need, then that's a valid argument, otherwise why talk about the O-line when there are no O-lineman available that can address that need? The same goes with corner. 

 

Just because we put up 37 points does not erase the need for a field-stretching threat at WR that can provide Cam another legitimate target. It just doesn't.

Lastly, Olsen is not a WR2, he is a TE.  We are not able to use his skills effectively because he is playing as the de facto WR1. He shouldn't have to do this, much less be a WR2.  




#3016343 All of this outrage over a tie. This is what you should be outraged over.

Posted by top dawg on 12 October 2014 - 04:41 PM

Yeah, Can't defend that.  




#3016215 You Don't Go For It?

Posted by top dawg on 12 October 2014 - 04:31 PM

Why the fug do people keep saying he was playing for a tie? If our defense holds up, we get the ball again and go for the win.

 

What is sooooo hard to understand about that? It's not rocket science.




#3015735 Fire Ron Rivera

Posted by top dawg on 12 October 2014 - 04:03 PM

Bant






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