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#3331335 Star Wars Battlefront Trailer

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 23 April 2015 - 01:05 AM

No campaign either.  Been looking forward to this for a while, but I'm approaching with caution at this point.  It seems like it's pretty much Battlefield with a Star Wars skin right now - and I like Battlefield... but Battlefront had it's own unique thing going on.


Hell, Battlefront 3 (before it was fuging scrapped by Disney after their buyout, those cocksuckers) you could actually LEAVE THE PLANET IN REAL TIME and join a space battle that was happening simultaneously with all the action on the ground.


Battlefront 3, that Boba Fett game, and that Darth Maul game all looked amazing.  Pisses me off that Disney canceled them all because it wasn't "their games".

#3331325 Carolina has an 11 day rest advantage on their opponents this year, most in t...

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 23 April 2015 - 12:52 AM

Good thing we play so great when we're well rested, amirite

#3327758 Thomas Davis can't let go of the past

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 20 April 2015 - 01:47 PM

Here, I'll start it off



#3327070 Panthers draft hat has been unveiled:

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 19 April 2015 - 08:35 PM

Lol, got a good chuckle at the posters in this thread (even his highness) who act like flat bills are some new thing people just started doing recently.  It's been going on forever... in fact it's how the hats are originally made.  As someone already pointed out, even the baseball players used to wear their hats with a flat bill.


It's not some new fad.  Even in the 90's and early to mid 2000's people were wearing flat bills in pop culture.  Hell, even growing up in my area in southeast NC I've saw plenty of farmers wearing flat bill netted hats when I was younger.


If you don't like it, fine, don't wear it.  Put a bend in your hat.  It's just funny how something as simple as a hat can bring out the intolerance and ignorance in people so quickly.


Flat bills aren't going anywhere.

#3326742 I remember my first beer

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 19 April 2015 - 03:26 PM

Yeah, I'd be lying if I said I actually remembered my first beer. It happened pretty casually...

Now my first time getting drunk? Lol yeah. I remember that one. Wild Turkey 101 and Bacardi 151. I was 14.

That ended up being a very, very, VERY rough night. Learned a whole lot of rookie lessons really quickly the hard way that night. Threw up all over the living room floor all the way to the bathroom.

#3324600 Final Four! Greatest Fan Base, vote your bracket here

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 17 April 2015 - 09:53 AM

So apparently I've missed this entire thing... someone want to give me the quick rundown?


We been pissing off other fanbases like with our Greatest Uniform of All Time (that we had only worn once up until that point) a couple of years ago?

#3324329 Philly Brown 200 pounds?

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 17 April 2015 - 03:03 AM

Eh, Philly has looked pretty fast on the field to me.  He's not like top end Ted Ginn/Desean Jackson/etc. speed or anything... but fast nonetheless.


I've read that he's ran around the late 4.2 and 4.3 range multiple times (even recorded a 4.3 or something at his pro day)... just had a rough day at the combine.


4.5 is probably average or slightly above average for a WR.  Philly definitely looks faster than "average" on the field IMO.  Honestly, I'm really high on the guy going forward... probably more so than most.

#3320634 Rotoworld ranks Gettleman 9th best GM in NFL

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 13 April 2015 - 05:56 PM

Belichick #1 is outrageous. He's an all-time head coach, not an all-time personnel man.

He controls all the Pats' personnel decisions as well. He's pretty much their GM and head coach.

They've missed the playoffs once in the past 15 years (with an 11-5 record and Matt Flynn as the QB at that IIRC). I'd say he's done a pretty fuging good job.

#3310625 Will our cap wealth next season change Gettleman?

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 02 April 2015 - 10:02 PM

He's more than likely going to extend players like Norman within the next couple of years and then spend the rest of the cap space on mid tier guys with potential while building through the draft.

We have a lot of players we need to keep on the books. Cam, Star, Luke, Short, Norman, KB, Trai, Bene, etc.

I'm pretty sure those are our main priorities along with the draft. I just don't see us going after any real big names in the near future.

#3305728 A Message From Kony Ealy

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 30 March 2015 - 03:09 PM

Re: havoc

Ready to reply to the subject of havoc

#3299904 Top Selling Throwback Jersey's by State

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 26 March 2015 - 12:45 AM

A little surprised Walter Payton is over Michael Jordan in Illinois.


I mean Payton was still the fuging man... but come on... it's Michael Jordan.

#3297843 Thomas Davis will get an extension, plus more not mentioned in tweets

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 24 March 2015 - 05:56 PM

Hardy was never better than CJ.

CJ is the one who was always double teamed, which helped Hardy even more. CJ also played '13 with a bum knee after that Patriot chop blocked him. Not to mention that nearly half of Hardy's 2013 stats came against the worst LT in football while playing week 17 against a terrible 4-12 team.

Those stat stuffing games against ATL's terrible OL really raised the hype and myth around Hardy.

But this year will be different. Hardy doesn't have CJ in Dallas to take on double teams and leave him with 1 on 1 coverage. He's going to be the one getting double teamed.


Dude, that's a load of crap.  CJ wasn't "always" double teamed... Hardy was the one facing double teams more often than not.  Hardy and Star were the two most double teamed players on the line in 2013.  In 2012 you have an argument, but not 2013.  Hardy also VERY consistently got pressures and QB hits (near the top of the league in fact) WHILE going up against LTs, who are generally the team's best pass protector.


I hate when people bring up that "but he feasted on bad LTs!" argument.  That's what the fug elite DE's do.  Julius Pepper did it, Jared Allen made a career out of it, and the list goes on.  You can't hold completely taking over a game against Hardy.  Even when Hardy wasn't getting sacks he was consistently causing disruption in the backfield forcing bad throws or closing up running lanes.  You sit here and use the argument that CJ was injured in 2013, but at the same time ignore that fact that during Hardy's back-to-back games where he got 7 sacks... CJ was injured... and Hardy was facing double teams like crazy.  That logic is circular as hell.


Hardy is also way better at playing the run than CJ, even in 2012.  Hardy is damn near just as effective from lining up and rushing the passer from inside as he was outside, which allowed us to dial up all kinds of pressure on 3rd downs.


He's also younger.


Just to sweeten the pot even more, Hardy also had the speed and athleticism to drop back into coverage and actually be effective in certain blitz packages.


CJ is the man, but Hardy as he was in 2013, is a better player than CJ even before he got leg-whipped.  Player to player, Hardy is more valuable.

#3297778 Thomas Davis will get an extension, plus more not mentioned in tweets

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 24 March 2015 - 05:09 PM

He's not elite enough to have a cap hit of $20M. And in response to one of your other posts, Hardy is better than Johnson.


He's right.

Hardy was neck and neck with CJ in 2012, with CJ still having the edge, but Hardy surpassed him in 2013. I honestly don't understand how that was so hard to see.

#3296555 Panthers get a 5th and 6th comp.

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 23 March 2015 - 08:37 PM

Official press release, all picks: 




But forreal though, just looking at that list kind of pisses me off... Cincinnati gets a 3rd and a 4th when they only lost two people.  New England gets a 3rd and a 7th (when they lost the same amount as us), and even replaced them with LaFell, Revis (who for some reason isn't counted), Browner, and even fuging re-signed Blount mid-season despite him counting as a "loss".


Meanwhile we lose 3 big contributors to FA, and somehow Cason counts as a fuging "gain" even though he was cut midseason.


That's not even counting the fact that half our offensive line retired and the whole bullshit Greg Hardy fiasco that the league will probably never compensate us for.


edit: I know the offensive line retirement thing doesn't factor in, was just rolling with it

#3296512 Nippleshorts...Literally

Posted by RelaxImaPro on 23 March 2015 - 08:22 PM

I searched nippleshorts in google images...



It's like basically 80% Carolina Panthers and Carolina Huddle posts/avatars lol