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#2691516 Blood and Guts

Posted by Navy_football on 13 March 2014 - 02:18 PM

Love Smitty but Flacco will not have enough time to get him the ball against us...UNLEASH THE KRAKEN!!  Bring it!


Against our secondary? Just throw it up in his general direction.


He'd probably jump over White, catch the ball, then mush him to the ground, run it to the 1 yard line, hand the ball to Dockery, then pick Dockery up and slam him to the ground  while stripping the ball back away from him, then pick the ball back up and walk into the endzone for a TD.


Then for the fans, give the ball to Cam on the sideline to give to a kid in the stands... Smitty love the kids!

#2690880 Panther SB on NFLN

Posted by Navy_football on 13 March 2014 - 12:05 PM

Cursed Football Gods!!! Why must you torture me like this?!!!??!!

#2683561 Smith to 49'ers?

Posted by Navy_football on 11 March 2014 - 12:13 PM

Would be afraid of Smitty giving Kap ANOTHER weapon...


But honestly, does Kap ever make it to the 3rd read?

#2683287 Steve getting cut tuesday, had dinner with JR

Posted by Navy_football on 11 March 2014 - 10:13 AM

64 receptions, 745 yards, 4 touchdowns, 11.3 yards/reception, 6 drops, 35 years old making $7MM+ this next season.
49 receptions, 627 yards, 5 touchdowns, 12.8 yards/reception, 6 drops, 27 years old making likely $1MM+ this next season.

One of these receivers is Steve Smith, the other is Brandon LaFell. One is a player that 99% of the people here don't ever want on this team again. The other is a player that 80% are ready to turn in their panthers fan card, burn b of a down, and kill the new front office for letting him go.

This is what emotions do to your football team people, and why it is imperative for the GM to get passed those emotions and make tough decisions. I love Steve Smith. But JR hired Gettleman to do a job and y'all kept bitching and bitching that he was just another yes man. You think it was easy for Gettleman to walk into JR's office and put this idea on the table? I'd be nervous that's for sure. Obviously JR has given him the authority needed to make some tough calls in order to get this team where it needs to go, which is at least a step in the right direction.


Damn, I know Montsta, I know...


You are absolutely right man... I know...


This is the right move for the Panthers. They almost have to do it for financial reasons, if Smitty isn't willing to take a pay cut.


I also wondered last season why Cam didn't seem like the leader he was at Auburn. He didn't seem as clutch or as confident as a Panther.


You know why... he was the unquestionable leader of that team in Auburn. I'm guessing the same at Blinn. When you're the man, you play like it. You speak like it. You prepare like it, and you push others to do the same. You schedule personal workouts in the offseason with your WR corps, and no one declines. You announce team building sessions at the local watering hole during the bye week. You buy your OL expensive watches and they love you for it. You own the team. I don't think he could have been that guy with Smitty around. I get it...


But damn Montsta... it's Smitty.

#2683250 You want a winning team or a "feel good" mediocre one?

Posted by Navy_football on 11 March 2014 - 09:56 AM

it is done fellas... no choice but to look ahead. many of you don't handle a breakup well i see. nevertheless, whatever it takes to win. I don't expect us to exactly pickup where we left off, but if you think this year's cuts are big next year will be bigger in reference to "attachment" players. The RBs are next year.


These RBs can in no way be compared to Smitty.


Not even in the same ball park, neighborhood, town, county or state.

#2683225 How will you remember #89?

Posted by Navy_football on 11 March 2014 - 09:40 AM

All time favorite players to watch...


1. Barry Sanders - for you youngins that didn't get to see him play on Sundays, Mondays and Thanksgiving Thursdays, I am truly sorry for you. Your life will never be complete.


2. Steve Smith. Meanest little SOB to ever don a football helmet.

#2682004 Panthers attempting to trade Steve Smith.

Posted by Navy_football on 10 March 2014 - 06:03 PM

They have removed his jersey from the Team Store too. I doubt it's anything but the real deal. Sadly.


Now that's some Bull ISH.


I don't care if Calvin Megatron Johnson was brought in to replace him. You don't do Smitty like this.

#2681997 Panthers attempting to trade Steve Smith.

Posted by Navy_football on 10 March 2014 - 06:01 PM

What the...?


Every time I come on here, I learn about some crazy ish going down!!!!


Not Steve man, not like this... not like this....

#2667089 Jordan Gross press conference at 1pm

Posted by Navy_football on 26 February 2014 - 01:22 PM

This is too hard to watch. I keep getting this damn dust in my eyes...

#2635930 Cam on NFL AM(tv) now

Posted by Navy_football on 30 January 2014 - 01:25 PM

So is Cam going head to head with Manning? P-Hut vs Papa Js?

#2618791 would you sacrifice...

Posted by Navy_football on 16 January 2014 - 12:43 PM

Given the scenario you offer - I don't think so. 25% decline in this defense for a 50% increase in this offense would depend on the team they're playing. We still would have lost against SF last week if you're looking at the final score only. But, if you look at it by stats, and the cascading effects, then yes without a doubt.


But, let's take it a step further. Let's look at this by position, rather than by total units. I'd take a 25% drop in DE/DT play, for a 50% increase in OT/OG play on this team.


The loss to the defense would likely equate to an extra TD/FG per game, 3 or 4 fewer QB pressures/sacks/hits per game, 25 additional rushing yards against per game, and a loss of 2-3 minutes in TOP (more first downs against) - from a defensive point of view only. The difference would be noticeable but not mind blowing.


A 50% increase in run blocking and pass blocking would make this offense elite. With the current skilled players only, they'd score a lot more TDs in their RZ visits and control 35-40 minutes of the clock a game. Imagine this offense with a dominant OL? Actually scary. Tolbert, Cam, DWill running the ball with open lanes - getting to the second or third level of the defense clean. Or Smitty and Ginn consistently having 4 -5 seconds to get open while Cam is firing lasers all over the field.


In other words, I'd let a Hardy (though I love his passion and ability) and a Dwan walk if it means the OL would be upgraded with 2 young, proven vets at LT/RG. Then, focus on upgrading other holes like WR and CB with the draft.


edit: meant LT/RG.

#2616984 Florio comments

Posted by Navy_football on 15 January 2014 - 10:38 AM

Franchise QB is such a subjective term though. It's not black or white. Actually, maybe it is black or white in the eyes of some.....


****runs for the hills*****


uh oh...


you done did it now!

#2614029 Phil Simms: "If you think Cam played bad you can suck it."

Posted by Navy_football on 13 January 2014 - 09:02 PM

The cardinals game was on the OL and WR's. Lafell dropping a ball that hit right in the hands on a huge fourth down play and Smitty dropping a gimme in the endzone.

Cam looked amazing in the first quarter of that game and then slowly his team started letting him down... Again.


I honestly think Cam was exhausted. He can't be the RB and QB at the same time. Not sure who's responsible, but Cam should never be the leading rusher on this team - carries and yards.

#2604832 Cam and Co. Will Step Up for the Playoffs

Posted by Navy_football on 12 January 2014 - 04:29 AM

Just to remind you hillbillies about your degenerate QB...since you guys are always talking about how "he's such a good guy".



This will not end well...


They coming...

#2526032 PFF: Star is the best run stopping DT in the league

Posted by Navy_football on 03 December 2013 - 01:43 PM

Star is going to be very good for us but from what ive seen from short he could be a VERY dominant 3 tech for us cant wait to see what gettleman does on the offensive side of the ball this offseason


Agreed. I have a feeling our Oline will be as dominant after the 2014 draft as our Dline is now. Just like the Dline, it's the biggest area of need and I have a feeling Gettleman will make it a strength. The picks won't be popular at the time (just like Short), but it'll have huge pay offs, as the running game will all of a sudden wake up and Cam will be able to just sit in the pocket and fire heat seekers all over the field.

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