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#2319294 The reciever battle

Posted by KendrickPanther on 10 August 2013 - 04:59 PM

No. No, he wasn't. Pickles was the emergency 3rd QB. Per NFL rules you can have one QB that's "inactive" in regards to your "active" game day roster, who can come in as an emergency injury replacement. 


Pickles was our 3rd QB all season. AE would have been fourth, if such a thing even existed. 


That rule change a couple years ago. How do you figure Jimmy was going to enter a game when he was wearing a TShirt and gym shorts?

#2318653 Ted Ginn JR

Posted by KendrickPanther on 10 August 2013 - 01:25 AM

Because this is such a big deal (lol) I looked at it on the DVR. TD had a football in his hand. You could speculate the only reason he would have a football in his hand in the 4th quarter is because he wanted to sign it and give it to a fan or veteran. He probably wanted Cam to come meet someone.


Also I was flipping through the game, TD was talking to Cam throughout the game, it wasn't just that one time because of him goofing with the cameras. Steve plays to the cameras, Deangelo plays to the cameras. Remember when JStew started dancing and ripping his shirt open like Cam a couple years ago? This is such a joke.

#2318266 So.......it's a win!

Posted by KendrickPanther on 09 August 2013 - 10:15 PM

Armanti Edwards for prez. F Gettis, he got more targets. AE would have scored 7 TDs with all those targets.

#2317644 Official Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers Gameday Thread

Posted by KendrickPanther on 09 August 2013 - 08:22 PM

The worst part of this game is Scotty McCreary. This guy looks 5 with a voice dub. It's like those All State commercials with accident forgiveness.

#2316930 Someone pinch me

Posted by KendrickPanther on 09 August 2013 - 04:06 PM

I am excited too. But lets be honest when Jimmy comes into the game your gonna start thinking "I wish it was regular season".


#2316161 AJ Klein

Posted by KendrickPanther on 08 August 2013 - 06:42 PM

This is painful.


Should read: He got A LOT of cool points...


My grammer hammar broke out on that there.


I don't think it's proper grammar to capitalize "a lot".

#2315552 Which one of you A-Holes did this?

Posted by KendrickPanther on 08 August 2013 - 10:01 AM

All I saw was a sexy pair of legs. Good thread.

#2315309 Happy birthday Boo!

Posted by KendrickPanther on 08 August 2013 - 02:16 AM

I was listening to the radio and Mac said Happy Birthday Boo. I wondered if it was our Boo and it is! Happy Bday.

#2312736 A Guide to Preseason Game Viewing

Posted by KendrickPanther on 06 August 2013 - 07:31 AM

The best is preseason legends like Taye Biddle and Lamont Bryant.

#2310911 So Armanti has earned a roster spot..

Posted by KendrickPanther on 04 August 2013 - 01:31 PM

Armanti is a man with children and a wife. I wish him the best. He's a good guy from everything I know. He had a couple big plays last year.

#2309227 Screen pass.... The 2013 panthers Bread and Butter!

Posted by KendrickPanther on 02 August 2013 - 06:05 PM

You joke but they have been working on screens quite a bit. Deangelo spends his free time catching passes on the sideline.

#2309207 To the Huddlers I have met at camp....

Posted by KendrickPanther on 02 August 2013 - 05:49 PM

Yeah thanks for running this place Zod. None of my coworkers, family, or friends love the Panthers the way I do. It's nice to talk a little sports with equally passionate people.

#2309028 KP Training Camp Notes 8/2

Posted by KendrickPanther on 02 August 2013 - 02:06 PM

I drove on down to camp today. Unfortunately most of the team drills were held on the far field so I couldn't see numbers on most of that stuff.


My new Training Camp Ninja is DJ Moore. Hopefully I don't jinx him the way I did Lamont Bryant. The reason? He was on the field 30 minutes before practice and pulled some boys out of the crowd. He ran them through warmups and tossed a few passes with them. When they dropped it he made them do pushups(accountability!). I'm sure it meant the world to the kids, they can remember that for many years.




Early in practice the Linebackers worked on run fits and shedding blocks. This is very boring and very important work. No one really stood out as great or bad and how could they in these drills.


The Dline went through their drills. The one thing that stood out to me was the contrast in Fua and Star. We have heard mixed reviews on Star but let me tell you, his talent is visible to the untrained eye. Fua labors to get out of his stance. It's like watching a big momma get off the sofa. Star springs out of his stance like a grasshopper. That is one thing I notice from good players in camp. They look natural and effortless in drills.


The Defensive backs worked on their back peddles and catching. Mike Mitchell had a particularly nice diving catch. Everyone looked good with the exception of #42 Colin Jones. He kept trying to make body catches. That just doesn't work for a DB. He dropped 2 and barely caught a 3rd.


Next they went into team drills. One of the defenders could be heard yelling "Let's get ready to rumble!". The DBs and WRs battled on one side and the Oline/RBs battled the Dline/LBs in running plays. In the running game it was no contest. The defensive line swallowed the Oline. To be fair there was no threat of play action or passing in general but still it was a beat down.


I had trouble watching the passing drills because I couldn't see the numbers all the time. Steve did make a bunch of catches but that's just what he does. Brandon Lafell looked good. He's great at extending the arms and catching with his hands. He definitely looks like a guy that works on his game. It's sad to say but I still think our best fade route runner in the red zone is Steve Smith. Ted Ginn looked lost on the fade route.


The team broke up into position drills again. The defensive line and linebackers did a sort of walk through of their blitzes. It was really neat to watch McDermot set up an all out blitz. Your thinking "It's simple, everyone meet at the QB". It was actually pretty complex. Certain guys take on the blocks, others make runs, and then other stand in the short passing lanes and jump with their hands in the air. It was pretty cool to see the strategy. They gave some looks with Loc Ness Monsta, Hydra, and Kraken. Oddly Mario Addison was in with them. Sometimes a Linebacker would be in a 3 point stance and the Dlineman were all upright. It was just a ton of different looks. I managed a picture of the 2nd team:



The guys went back into team drills and I really can't comment much. It was all moving a little slow and I had a bad view. Hopefully Zod has a better idea of what was going on but it looked more like a walk through.


It was super hot out there and muggy as usual. It wouldn't surprise me if some guys left practice. Kugbila was in shorts but he took mental reps and oddly snapped the ball a few times to Colby Cameron. Thomas Davis was in pads and moving around well. But overall not much happened from my view.


#2306208 What exactly is the point of running a conservative offense?!?

Posted by KendrickPanther on 31 July 2013 - 02:35 PM

Our passing attack isn't conservative at all. Running the ball sets up the pass. It's not like running the ball sets up the run.

#2305694 GM confident in Cam Newton aka Joe Person is a moron

Posted by KendrickPanther on 31 July 2013 - 12:39 AM


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