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top dawg

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#2991877 PFT: Bears might rather face Newton

Posted by top dawg on Today, 10:37 AM

The only way DA is better than Cam as a pocket passer or otherwise is as a sacrificial offering behind our O-line.

#2986323 Releasing Smith had the opposite of the desired effects

Posted by top dawg on 28 September 2014 - 08:11 PM

According to nfl.com, the Panthers release Smith BECAUSE HE ASKED THEM TO.


If it's true, he asked them to because he was being treated like a red-headed stepchild.  Stop with this tired red herring of a story.

#2986215 Rivera and Cam post game presser

Posted by top dawg on 28 September 2014 - 07:44 PM

I am just miffed why our front 7 has gone to poo after being so dominant last year.  



#2984561 Hurst Starting at LT

Posted by top dawg on 28 September 2014 - 03:17 PM

Just another obvious move that wasn't so obvious. 


I remember that old stale argument about how 31 other GMs passed on him, and how if he was all that then why wasn't he drafted.  Just like I said then:


He was hurt, and I don't give a poo what 31 other GMs did.  Our situation arguably warranted that flier, but it is what it is.

#2979805 All of a sudden, 89 getting all the love....

Posted by top dawg on 27 September 2014 - 08:57 AM

Boy! What hypocrisy and revisionist history!


Flipping the script, and then supporting it by some nebulous weak ass opinions that you try and pass off as fact because you want to frame the conversation to support your tired story line. Sure, 89 lost a step, but you intimate that 89's tank is fully depleted. You say we shouldn't have paid the man, not realizing that we are mostly paying him anyway.  You suggest that 89 wasn't giving a 100 percent, apparently not being able to distinguish between not giving a 100 percent because of injury, but giving a 100 percent of what you got.  You were mostly silent throughout his career here, turning your head or hypocritically putting up with his antics with a smile, but now that he was unceremoniously dumped you feel compelled to open your pie hole and add to the growing pile of feces about how horrible the guy is who admittedly was never perfect or an angel.  You say he wasn't worth the money, obviously not realizing that he gets most of his money anyway.  And then you cry about him not being a mentor, which isn't even in his job description. And after all that bashing you have the audacity to say that you will cheer him on the day that he retires a Panther. 


This is a weak and immature fan base that can't distinguish between life and football, or football and business, and contains assholes probably bigger than Smitty was ever purported to be. You defame the play of the best two players in franchise history (two probable HOFERS) and expect the football community to think that you're more knowledgeable, credible, and reasonable and rational than most other fan bases. 


You expect Smitty...Smitty....to not respond to being cut after giving his heart and soul to the franchise for more than a decade?  If you think that, you're crazier than you say that he is.


Shut your damn pie hole like it was shut before, or give the man his credit and hope that he doesn't get the revenge that we all know that he desperately wants on Sunday.

#2979721 Why Can't Brandon Williams be our Larry Donnell?

Posted by top dawg on 27 September 2014 - 04:52 AM

We don't use our 2nd TE, how are we going to use our 3rd?


Jay Gruden and Chip Kelly do it.



Longer answer: 


Mike Shula




Maybe: Mike Shuuuuuuuuula

#2978963 9/26 Practice Tweets - Stew, Davis in Pads

Posted by top dawg on 26 September 2014 - 11:21 AM

Garry Williams "advanced to the bike" 


That's some whimsical stuff right there. Ha!

#2978576 Why Can't Brandon Williams be our Larry Donnell?

Posted by top dawg on 25 September 2014 - 11:13 PM

Short answer: Shula.

#2977506 89 Conference Call

Posted by top dawg on 25 September 2014 - 10:27 AM

Bullpoo back to you, the lack of help 89 did or didn't have in say 2005 has nothing to do with why he is a Panther today.

89 is a grumpy diva. That is why the old man version who isn't a big playmaker isn't here. Bc he isn't the ultimate team player.....and that trait is how old WRs stay on rosters instead of being rented guns


Look, man, I don't give a poo why Steve Smith is not a Panther today. That's already been discussed.  My opinion is that he still should be a Panther today because he is as tough and competitive a football player as you will ever see, and he still has enough left in the tank where he would have helped our offense this year.  Like 89, that's the bottom line. 


We put up with Smitty for 13 years, and we could have put up with it a couple of more.  When he was on the team, people loved him on the field. Now that he's gone, people are talking about him like he is an old, broke down demon.  I don't like it, and I don't buy it.  Simple as that.


We can agree to disagree all we want about general preferences of the disposition of personnel, but don't try to piss on me and tell me it's raining about Steve Smith's ability, competitive nature, or the way that he was axed from the team, because I am gonna call "Bullshit!" everytime.  In my opinion, Smitty deserved more than that, and deserves more than that now. And, like I have alluded to in multiple threads that have come up this offseason, I think that it's shameful and not befitting of an intelligent or mature fan base.

#2976840 89 Conference Call

Posted by top dawg on 24 September 2014 - 07:22 PM

It's so damned hypocritical in a way.  

#2976203 Stephen Hill "Before and After?"

Posted by top dawg on 24 September 2014 - 11:41 AM

I'll believe it when I see it in a game.  I think that not looking the ball in was half his problem.

#2976040 Are we a passing offense?

Posted by top dawg on 24 September 2014 - 09:59 AM

Now that Cam is not running all over the yard, we have a clearer picture of our rushing ability.  I got tired of hearing Rivera say all offseason how effective our rushing was when the stats were skewed by our all-purpose QB.  Now the chickens are coming home to roost.


The thing is, I don't know what comes first, the chicken or the bad O-line.

#2975192 Panthers sign Willie Snead to PS

Posted by top dawg on 23 September 2014 - 04:25 PM

The thing that nobody is mentioning is that he is a kick returner.

#2973790 So... About that extra day off for veterans...

Posted by top dawg on 22 September 2014 - 06:24 PM

A rough hit on Stew and a fractured leg don't have anything to do with a missed practice.  A hammy shouldn't either.

#2973768 OK, was the Mike Mitchell play dirty?

Posted by top dawg on 22 September 2014 - 06:15 PM

worrilds hit wasn't intentional. instant replay showed it wasn't, and he immediately went to newton to apologize and make sure newton knew he wasn't deliberately trying to hurt him.

as far as Mitchell's hit on stewart...i have my suspicions.



Yeah, I know what his mouth was saying, but it's not like he tried to stop himself.  I'm sure there may be some homerism in that sentiment, but it did look mighty suspicious, even after replay to me.

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