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#1790910 Cam Doing More Charity Work, Encourages Student-Athletes to Get Heart Checkups

Posted by fieryprophet on 02 June 2012 - 08:14 PM

I'm just messing with you. I like the articles on the site.

Thanks, I've worked my ass off on this thing.

#1790881 Cam Doing More Charity Work, Encourages Student-Athletes to Get Heart Checkups

Posted by fieryprophet on 02 June 2012 - 07:33 PM


#1790810 would you pay chud more than rivera?

Posted by fieryprophet on 02 June 2012 - 05:06 PM

Who picked Chud?

Who picked Cam?

Who got Steve Smith to buy in and stay?

Who sets the tone of the entire team, where excuses aren't tolerated and nothing short of a title is the goal every year?

Who has players showing up early and staying late to voluntary workouts in droves?

Who decided that defying conventional wisdom about a rookie quarterback and how to develop one was the best plan of action, and unleashed the best rookie QB the league has ever seen?

Who was a key cog on one of the greatest championship teams of all time?

Who has had outstanding success and good working relationships in his entire coaching career with the barest of drama?

Ron. Mother. Fugging. Rivera.

If Chud ever leaves Ron will find someone with the same philosophy and we'll keep rolling, because our current scheme is the one he advocated for.

#1790390 Cam Newton Interview - Fox 5 Atlanta

Posted by fieryprophet on 01 June 2012 - 10:58 PM

Shukrhan jazhlen, ya sadeeki.

FYI to others, what he said in very rough Arabic is "Thank you very much, my friend."

#1790378 Cam Newton Interview - Fox 5 Atlanta

Posted by fieryprophet on 01 June 2012 - 10:38 PM


#1790291 Ron Rivera OTAs Interview - 06/01/2012

Posted by fieryprophet on 01 June 2012 - 08:04 PM

Great interview thanks for sharing and it is good to see guys that want to make this a Special Team!

No problem, I figured I'd save everyone the pain of watching another BotS tour ad.

#1790274 Ron Rivera OTAs Interview - 06/01/2012

Posted by fieryprophet on 01 June 2012 - 07:39 PM

#1789979 Silatolu Picking Up the Playbook Better

Posted by fieryprophet on 01 June 2012 - 01:28 PM

what kind of fly-by-night website is that?

do nigerians now have my credit card number?

Worse, North Carolinians.

#1788665 Vote To Remove Rep

Posted by fieryprophet on 31 May 2012 - 01:00 PM

On a side note, anyone want to clue me in on where my "New Panthers Blog" thread went? I thought I made it pretty clear that it was a Panthers news blog, not a direct competitor for the Huddle, but. . .well, you know the implication.

And yes, rep should be gone, because it just ends up being used as a means to attack more often than commend.

#1788171 Nfl.com: Stafford's Great, But Newton's Better

Posted by fieryprophet on 30 May 2012 - 10:23 PM

Lions fans are about to pitch a fit, lol:


#1787124 Ban Trd?

Posted by fieryprophet on 30 May 2012 - 09:49 AM

What the hell is the Huddle's culture anyways? Is this a Panthers FAN forum or not? If threads calling for banning TRD and Grits and whoever come up all the time that's a failure of culture, where expectations for regular contributors are not being met.

Some of you may enjoy the borderline, everything-is-on-fire anarchy but it reflects extremely poorly on the fanbase as a whole.

#1786641 Rivera Kicks Players Out Of Otas

Posted by fieryprophet on 29 May 2012 - 07:22 PM

. . .for working too much ;)


Ron Rivera had to do something last week he had probably never done in 16 years of coaching: Kick players out of the team facility for studying too long.
Rivera, the Panthers’ second-year coach, learned there were players who had been at Bank of America Stadium last Monday longer than the six-hour limit spelled out in the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement.
So Rivera stuck his head in the first-floor meeting rooms to break the bad news.
“I went downstairs and said, ‘OK, everybody who’s been here since 7, you’ve got to go,’” Rivera said. “So those guys got up and left.”

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#1786492 Ban Trd?

Posted by fieryprophet on 29 May 2012 - 06:16 PM

I've decided. We should ban fieryprophet too.

I would voluntarily take a ban to save the rest of the Huddle from having to deal with TRD and his ilk. Not even a joke.

#1786261 Cam Newton: "i Was A Bad Teammate Last Year."

Posted by fieryprophet on 29 May 2012 - 02:49 PM

Dude, this just feeds their ego... ignore the trolls, they will get bored and go away.

Why? Is this a f*cking Carolina Panthers fan forum or not? This is the most troll-infested board I've EVER been a part of, and the mods and management have no qualms letting actual fans fend for themselves and giving the trolls freedom to annoy and infest every thread with their crap. I'd rather the moderators used the powers granted them and did their f*cking jobs. Check my pie count, I bring a LOT of quality articles and news to this board's attention and try to contribute to the threads but I'm EXTREMELY FED UP with having to deal with people like TRD and Grits just because Zod prefers flamewars than actual content. And don't give me crap about an alt account, has no one ever heard of an IP-ban? One fell swoop and their retarded selves are too stupid to work a proxy.

#1786027 Doug Farrar Of Shutdown Corner Obliterates Alex Smith's Argument Against Cam

Posted by fieryprophet on 29 May 2012 - 11:56 AM

Fairly long, but oh so good:


And this is where we would like to offer Alex Smith a nice warm cup of Shut The [Bleep] Up. In 2005, Smith took the reins of a team that had gone 2-14 the previous year and finished near the bottom in offensive efficiency -- 29th in Football Outsiders' opponent-adjusted DVOA rankings. In 2005, with Smith making his NFL transition, the 49ers actually regressed severely -- they finished dead last in DVOA, and by a fairly huge margin. The 2005 49ers weren't just bad; they were horribly, epically bad. Smith had Brandon Lloyd, Arnaz Battle, and Johnnie Morton as his primary targets, and none of those men finished higher than 72nd in FO's cumulative or per-play numbers. More damning was the fact that Lloyd -- Smith's primary target -- regressed in his own numbers compared to the year before. Lloyd ranked 56th in DVOA among qualifying receivers in 2004 and 74th in 2005. He ranked 52nd in DYAR (FO's cumulative efficiency stat) in 2004, and 75th in 2005.

Put simply, and in every possible way, Cam Newton elevated his team like few rookie quarterbacks ever have. That Alex Smith is attempting to minimize Newton's statistical exploits, and that others might minimize them in the name of the "winning is all that matters" mandate ... well, a more important point is missed. The Panthers have a nearly limitless version of the game's most important position, while the 49ers spent their offseason trying to get Peyton Manning to replace their version.Is there any doubt in anybody's mind that the 49ers would swap Smith for Newton in a hot minute? And how many first-round draft picks would the 49ers have to throw in to make that deal remotely square? More than the two first overall picks spent on Smith and Newton, and the value in the Panthers' favor reveals the truth: Can Newton isn't just more valuable than Alex Smith; he's in a completely different stratosphere when it comes to player value.

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