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#2964165 Can you relate?

Posted by top dawg on 19 September 2014 - 08:04 AM

How can you feel sorry for a team that put on such a disgusting display of professional football?  They were the Bad News Bucs.

 

As for needing them to beat anyone, that's not true.  As long as we handle our business, everyone else can kick rocks.




#2963993 Our win against the Bucs is looking less impressive - ATL/TB watch thread

Posted by top dawg on 19 September 2014 - 01:15 AM

Motherfuger! 

 

I don't give a poo what the analysts say, and all the politically correct bullshit about the Falcons' impressive performance, this game was totally about the absolute suckiness of the Bucs on this night.  It was absolutely the most horrendous display of football by a professional football team that I have ever seen in 38 years of earnest watching.

 

The Falcons suck factor may be lost to many amid the Bucs' complete implosion, but when the Panthers beat the Falcons' collective asses there will be absolute clarity as to the Panthers' superiority in not only the NFC South, but the whole of the NFC.




#2962705 Don't take the pink dreads for granted, Huddle. Others aren't.

Posted by top dawg on 18 September 2014 - 01:05 PM

As Panthers fans, I think that we may have gotten comfortable with the idea that D-Will is wearing pink dreads, so the novelty is easily lost.  But let us remember why he's doing it as we hopefully watch them flow in the wind, in wake of D-Will breaking a few tackles and "taking it to the house".

 

A  couple in Texas wants to honor D-Will's mother as well according to Bleacher Report.

 

After learning of Williams’ story, LaTisha said she feels compelled to pay tribute to his mother during the month of October.
 
“I would love to walk in his mother’s honor,” said she as she continued to fight back tears. “I would love to put his mother’s name on my back. This young man didn’t ask for his mother to get breast cancer. He’s playing the game in his mother’s honor. He needs more exposure for what he’s doing because it’s positive. People need more awareness as it relates to breast cancer.”

 

 

It's not just a cool thing to do---wearing pink dreads---but it means something.

 

 

 

 

 




#2962393 D.G.saved this season regardless of what some think

Posted by top dawg on 18 September 2014 - 10:32 AM

Since day one, my only issue with Dave has been how high he chooses to pull up his coaches shorts. He jacks them bitches up like a champ.

 

Those kahunas need a little extra support.




#2962326 D.G.saved this season regardless of what some think

Posted by top dawg on 18 September 2014 - 09:50 AM

Moreover, overall I think that people support G-man and believe in his ability to scout talent.  That's not to say that he gets a blank check because he hasn't been perfect---particularly from a public relations' standpoint.  But most mature and knowledgeable fans know that he is doing what it takes to build the team the best way that he sees fit under tough cap considerations.  Will everyone agree with all his moves philosophically? No. Will most respect the reasoning behind his moves even if they don't necessarily agree philosophically with every one? Yes.

 

 




#2962312 D.G.saved this season regardless of what some think

Posted by top dawg on 18 September 2014 - 09:33 AM

I am not trying to be flippant, but the season was never in peril in my opinion.  To me the question was always whether we could build upon what we accomplished last year.




#2954543 Speed at Wide Receiver

Posted by top dawg on 15 September 2014 - 09:06 AM

Denarius Moore is being grossly misused in the Raiders' offense.  He is a vertical receiver, and they aren't going vertical.  Here, he would fit perfectly. Plus he's an adept returner as well.

 

We need to take a chance if the Raiders are willing, and see what we can come up with.




#2951829 We are for real

Posted by top dawg on 14 September 2014 - 03:20 PM

Defense is still stout. Offense is still conservative, but with better hands at the WR position. and more creative play calling. The special teams is well-coached. Cam is markedly more mature and makes better decisions.  Luke and Thomas Davis have turned it up a notch. Dwan Edwards, who may be the forgotten man, is still solid.  Big Frank and Greg Hardy may not be available, but Addison is not a slouch.

 

I could go on, but you get the point.  We, and now the rest of the NFL, now know that we are not a team that can be taken lightly under any circumstances this year.




#2947722 Suh pissed at Donkey Kong comments

Posted by top dawg on 13 September 2014 - 06:59 PM

It was stupid to say. It shows immaturity. Everyone here who blows it off as Cam just being "care free" or "joking around" is in denial. Suh is going to have a big game tomorrow - mark my words. I still don't understand why he thought it was a good idea to disrespect one of the best DL in the NFL (who happens to also be one of the dirtiest players in the league) by basically calling him an ugly, stinky gorilla. 

 

 

Everyone who is making this out to be something more than it is is in denial.  That, or victims of an uninformed media that wantonly neglects the fact that Donkey Kong Suh was the man's nickname in college.  I guess anything to cast negativity upon Cam will do.

 

 

BTW, Donkey Kong was a cool beast, not some "ugly stinky gorilla".  I used to love using him in Smash Brothers.




#2947332 Norman wants to be Optimus Prime

Posted by top dawg on 13 September 2014 - 12:55 PM

Some of you guys are poster boys for the No Fun League.




#2947184 Devilishly pleased this week: My opponent HAD Peterson

Posted by top dawg on 13 September 2014 - 11:21 AM

And I picked up both Asiata and McKinnon. 

 

 

I'm starting Asiata being that MoJo is injured...And, yes, I had already acquired Latavius Murray who is sitting on my bench. 

 

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#2947164 Jerry Richardson demonstrating character

Posted by top dawg on 13 September 2014 - 11:02 AM

Could be about capitalism and/or communism using that logic.




#2944884 Smitty may be even more pissed than we thought (Panthers related)

Posted by top dawg on 12 September 2014 - 12:04 AM

I am a Dave Gettleman guy, but unlike you I can disagree with him and still respect him.  I have never been a yes man or a guppy. If that's what does it for you, then that's your own limitation.




#2944852 Smitty may be even more pissed than we thought (Panthers related)

Posted by top dawg on 11 September 2014 - 11:21 PM

if anything his resurgence proves how much he kicked it on cruise control in carolina

 

the better he does, the more it looks like he was just phoning it in

 

Oh, now Steve frickin' Smith dialed it in...

 

You do realize how outrageous that sounds...don't you...I hope.

 

I swear, I try to be civil and give people a certain amount of grace but to suggest Steve Smith did anything less than give his 100 percent on the field is just plain stupid.  There is no way to justify it.  It just shows that you and others like you that would dare suggest such idiocy have lost your senses on your personal sabbatical to cast negativity upon 89.




#2944796 Smitty may be even more pissed than we thought (Panthers related)

Posted by top dawg on 11 September 2014 - 10:31 PM

He averaged 49.

 

I am well aware of that.

 

The point is that it's not really rocket science to have prognosticated that Smitty's production would increase when he isn't the primary focus of the defensive backfield.  I and others have been beating that drum for years.  It's just a shame that it's for the Ravens.






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