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top dawg

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#3061601 2 TE Formations?

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 06:08 PM

And to think that I had visions of three-TE sets...I must have gotten a whiff from the secondhand smoke of the good stuff.

#3061377 What kind of coach would've Gman brought in if he had the choice?

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 03:29 PM

Perry Fewell

#3061120 Do my eyes lie to me, or did Norman have another decent game?

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 01:09 PM

I am thinking that he had a good game---not perfect mind you, but solidly good nonetheless.  He made some nice tackles and seemed to be consistently somewhere near the play, which is good. I just hope that he doesn't begin to try and do too much, and make sure that his responsibility is well accounted for before cheating to try and take care of others'.


I dare say that it appeared as though Brees didn't throw his way too often.


I like Norman, and I hope that the development of Norman Island continues.

#3061077 Don't want to say it but...

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 12:42 PM

I'm going to end up having a heartattack if this poo dos'nt change.


Hopefully not a fatal one. LOL

#3061072 rivera presser tweets

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 12:40 PM

Figure it out mode in his fourth season as a head coach... Great.


Not really fair. Each season has a life of its own, especially when the talent on the team has been effectively downgraded due to the checkbook and the injury log.

#3060921 Stephen Hill needs to be in, or be out. Needs to belie the second overhaul,...

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 11:48 AM



He catches even worse than benjamin.


No...? No...? "In" or "out" would have been a more appropriate answer.  


I trust Proehl's evaluation more than yours on this matter. My problem is that he probably already has an answer that is effectively being delayed by Rivera running interference between Proel and G-man with his musings about loyalty.

#3060520 Don't want to say it but...

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 09:43 AM

Yes but we have help out hope for 20 years. We were promised a Ring in 10....I want a fugging Super Bowl W. Just like everyone here.



It will be a few more years (I hope).


I was a man in his twenties, full of vigor, life and strength when the Panthers came into existence.  Now I am middle-aged man, balding and greying, and ever so aware of a little strength dissipating with each year that passes.  I can only cheat age with proper exercise and diet. Yes, I do this for my well-being and delusions of carrying the strength and energy that I had twenty years ago to my grave. But I also do it because I want to be in right mind and body the day that the Panthers will be world champions.

#3060472 Body Language

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 09:29 AM

It's the body language of confusion and disbelief.  I believe that discouragement has settled upon the team like a black cloud.



#3060447 Don't want to say it but...

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 09:22 AM

Well, I must say that I started thinking about draft position and implications last night.  As always, I do hold out hope however. 

#3059927 Best free agent acquisition by Gettleman this offseason? Vote now!

Posted by top dawg on Yesterday, 12:05 AM

That list is an indictment.  What did Jamie Dukes call it?  GM malpractice.   LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

#3059455 Sorry to burst your bubble, but KB may not be a WR1

Posted by top dawg on 30 October 2014 - 10:52 PM

I didn't read ur long personal issue but this thread is 2 thumbs down...I would give u attention if it was at least his 2nd year


Well, then your response is pretty much useless.

#3059338 Sorry to burst your bubble, but KB may not be a WR1

Posted by top dawg on 30 October 2014 - 10:41 PM

This has just needed to be said...in a thread of its own.  I am not saying that KB will never develop into a virtual WR1, but at this point he is just not a WR1---and I am not even talking about even in the prototypical sense of the word---he is a WR1-2 hybrid. He is a big WR who is obviously more effective as a possession type WR, and if he doesn't develop more effective route running (which he may), then a big possession guy is all that he is going to be. And I don't necessarily think this is a bad thing (only being bad if G-man doesn't recognize that we need another guy who also has talent to be a WR1).


A WR1 just has to have way more consistency with his hands, and just can't drop passes in the end zone, much less anywhere else.  A WR1 has to be able to take over a game, and so far we have not witnessed Benjamin doing that, and the season is more than half over.  Sure some of it may be play calling, and some of it may be Cam, but Benjamin has had enough lost opportunities to warrant serious concern as to whether he can carry the offense on his back when necessary.


Now I am not saying that Benjamin won't develop better route running. Chances are he will. But his hands are not WR1 material right now, and that worries me (especially if G-man thinks that KB is the answer as our WR1 for the future).  But perhaps Benjamin has had too much pressure placed upon those big shoulders his rookie year.  I look forward to the time when he can get some help in the form of another potential WR1 or 1-2 hybrid, so that he doesn't have to worry about being double (and sometimes effectively triple) teamed as much so that his wing span can be more efficiently utilized.  All of our possession receivers are just not gonna cut it. 

#3058752 Cam is high

Posted by top dawg on 30 October 2014 - 10:02 PM

He has been throwing the ball too high for his whole NFL career.  When is it going to stop?  If there is one thing that Cam desperately needs to work on, it is getting the ball down to earth.  Otherwise we just need to get a bunch of 6'3"+ giants with hops.  Where is Stephen Hill? How about Da'Rick Rogers?

#3053126 Rivera: " couldn't find a left tackle to fit what we do"?

Posted by top dawg on 29 October 2014 - 01:35 PM

It's G-man's responsibility to grade and sign talent.  


The Rivera bashing is getting nauseating.

#3053091 Football Gameplan's 2014 Wk 9 Preview - Panthers vs Saints

Posted by top dawg on 29 October 2014 - 01:12 PM

I also believe Cam is the X-factor, but I also believe that Kony Ealy is the Y-factor, and the running game (i.e., D-Will and J-Stew) is the Z-factor.

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