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#1641449 NFL.COM "Super Cam" video

Posted by fieryprophet on 03 February 2012 - 07:34 PM

Supercam: Rise of the Panthers


Cam Newton as SuperCam
Steve Smith as Lil' Playmaker
Jon Beason as The Beast
Greg Hardy as The Kraken

Special Guests:

The Atlanta Falcons as The Flying Henchman
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers as The Sinking Shipmen
The New Orleans Saints as The Toodumb Mafia

and introducing

Matt Ryan
A small child

A "He Dat Deal" Production
Directed by Ron Rivera
Coming to a Stadium Near You, September 2012

#1636350 Why I'm more concerned about the O-line then WR

Posted by fieryprophet on 30 January 2012 - 10:42 PM

The Pro Bowl just proved it even further: good offensive line play is paramount for quarterback success.

When Rodgers and Brees had all day to throw, they killed the defense. When the AFC decided to gun for Cam, despite having Pro Bowl receivers at every position he was basically screwed every snap.

Wide receivers are the shiny hood ornaments of the offense:

a bunch of decent ones plus a great o-line > a bunch of Pro Bowl targets and a crap o-line.

#1628392 Cam Seen Clubbing w/ Rapper Common in Atlanta

Posted by fieryprophet on 25 January 2012 - 01:47 AM

any trainer worth a damn will tell you getting enough sleep is a huge part to a successful training regime as your body needs the time to recoup after the beating it takes from training/working out.

something you obviously can't do if you're out grinding on club skanks all night

He left at 9:30 PM you dumb toilet loaf.

#1627612 Captain Munnerlyn "sick of" talk Panthers need a corner

Posted by fieryprophet on 24 January 2012 - 04:07 PM

I think the lot of you are missing the biggest point: we need to generate consistent pocket pressure, first and foremost. It doesn't matter who you have in the secondary if you can't get to the quarterback.

#1627525 Captain Munnerlyn "sick of" talk Panthers need a corner

Posted by fieryprophet on 24 January 2012 - 03:27 PM

If Captain was simply four or five inches taller we wouldn't be having this discussion. He can't help that QBs generally just throw it over him.

That being said, I'm more concerned about DT and LB depth. Great secondaries start with great front sevens, not vice versa.

#1626332 Cam Newton Wins Sporting News 2011 Rookie of the Year

Posted by fieryprophet on 23 January 2012 - 04:04 PM


This is an award voted on by NFL players, coaches and executives as well, showing he earned the respect of his peers.

Cam Newton looked very comfortable in his first NFL season. The defenders trying to stop him did not. That’s why Newton, quarterback of the Carolina Panthers, was the runaway winner of our rookie of the year award.

Newton, the No. 1 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, received with 327 votes to Denver linebacker Von Miller’s 96.5. Voting was done by NFL players, coaches and executives.

#1620822 Owning what you write

Posted by fieryprophet on 18 January 2012 - 07:57 PM

You should watch more of his passes then.

As a NFL Game Rewind subscriber, I have. Cam and Dalton are in different classes, particularly when it comes to "bucket" throws, where the ball has to drop in between two defenders. It's not that Dalton is inaccurate on these kinds of throws: he actually has no clue how to make them. He usually overthrows his target and forces them to leap for it when the ball is supposed drop into their basket, and if they don't get a handle on the pass it may end up picked. Cam, on the other hand, hits them with regularity (see vs. Washington, the pass thrown to LaFell the play before he ran in the TD.)

Dalton's specialties are slants and crossing routes. He displays great touch on passes within a horizontal window, and is more than adequate on downfield throws as long as he is not under pressure.

Cam, on the other hand, can make any throw, at any time, under any pressure, as long as he at least attempts to properly set his feet, and even sometimes when he doesn't. I'm not saying he always makes them, but he has shown the ability repeatedly to make passes that are far beyond the norm for any rookie passer, or anything Dalton has dreamed of attempting (a perfect example would be the 20-yard throw he made, on the run, with both feet off the ground at his release, to Steve Smith to move the chains against Houston despite heavy pressure from a free blitzer.)

You frankly have no fugging clue what you're talking about when it comes to either one, and basically rely on a couple of stats and rankings that you think say things they really don't say because you literally have no idea what actually happens in a football game and are only here because nobody loves you and you feel a desperate need for attention.

#1620482 Owning what you write

Posted by fieryprophet on 18 January 2012 - 03:07 PM

When defenses play bad Qbs, their pass defenses look better, when they play good QBs, they look worse. The AFC North has Dalton, injured Ben, Flacco, and Colt McCoy. The NFC South has Cam, Freeman, Ryan and all-time yardage king Brees. That same Pittsburgh defense that Dalton struggled against got burned by frickin' The Golden Calf of Bristol, who then got destroyed by the 31st worst pass defense in the Patriots.

Dalton is neither a better QB nor a better passer than Cam, and only imbeciles and trolls think or say otherwise. You won't find a single analyst, even long-time doubters of Cam, who say Dalton as better in any facet of the game at this point. NONE. You're the lone ranger of dumb.

For, crying out loud, even the Bengals fan sites actually agree that Cam deserves the RoTY and looks to be the better overall QB.

#1620354 Owning what you write

Posted by fieryprophet on 18 January 2012 - 01:44 PM

You are right, but many regard Dalton as a better pure passer so based on an "educated assumption" Dalton might have thrown for 5,000 yards.

Actually, if you had bothered to watch any of Cincy's games as they got closer towards playoffs contention you would see that the Bengals repeatedly try to push the ball downfield as their opponents started crowding the running game and trying to force Dalton to beat them, and he struggled more and more the longer the season went on. The Bengals asked Dalton to do more, and he couldn't, having one of his worst games of the season in their playoff game vs. Houston.

And, no, many do NOT consider Dalton the better passer, just because you assume people aren't well-informed enough to call you out on your farcical comments doesn't mean they are any more correct. Even KC Joyner, who wrote around midseason that he thought Dalton should win RoTY based on his passing abilities alone, later admitted that Dalton regressed and Cam overtook him in that department as well.

Seriously, grow the fug up and get a life away from this board, you're a fugging embarrassment to yourself.

#1605369 Zod...Who's the Dildo now?

Posted by fieryprophet on 08 January 2012 - 09:02 PM

If you came away from this game thinking The Golden Calf of Bristol was a serviceable quarterback, you're an insufferable moron who needs some serious mental help.

Until I see The Golden Calf of Bristol win a game where the opposing team didn't play like a bunch of doped up retards that just spent the day eating bad mushrooms, or where their defensive coordinator wasn't tripping acid and pretending he was playing Tecmo Bowl, The Golden Calf of Bristol's nothing more than a criminally over-rated sack of crap getting undeserved accolades when he should be flipping burgers in some third world country for a living.

To all the The Golden Calf of Bristol lovers: BLOW ME.

#1603721 A thought on building a title team

Posted by fieryprophet on 07 January 2012 - 11:37 PM

To everyone saying that "the new NFL defense is offense" and thinking we need to try to become a shootout-style team, I say HELL NO.

The Lions lost tonight because their defense could not come up with stops when they mattered. If they had a grand total of three of those stops and kept the backbreaking plays to a minimum they win this game easily.

We need to augment the offense, yes, but defense needs to be our primary focus for at least the next two offseasons.

#1597173 Cam Lands Sporting News Cover

Posted by fieryprophet on 03 January 2012 - 02:35 PM


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SUPERSWAG :cam: :cam:

#1597163 Cam Lands Sporting News Cover

Posted by fieryprophet on 03 January 2012 - 02:33 PM


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#1596900 Greatest Offensive Turnaround in NFL History

Posted by fieryprophet on 03 January 2012 - 12:28 PM


The Carolina Panthers set a new record for the largest year-to-year improvement in offensive DVOA, and they set it by leaps and bounds. The Panthers were dead last in 2010 at -31.9%. This year, they rank fourth at 23.0%. That's an increase of 54.9%. There is only one other team that has ever improved its offense by 40% DVOA in one season: the 1998-1999 Raiders, who went from -28.1% DVOA to 15.2% DVOA.

The Panthers also set a new record with the best running game in DVOA history, thanks to adding Cam Newton to their running back tandem of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. The Panthers led the league with 36.0% rushing DVOA. The previous record was 34.4% by the 2000 St. Louis Rams, followed by the 2002 Kansas City Chiefs at 32.0%.

#1588354 ESPN Rank 'Em NFL ROY

Posted by fieryprophet on 29 December 2011 - 10:13 PM

Maybe my ONE vote doesn't but at least i'm not so wrapped up in a player to sit an vote countless times just for him to win some meaningless contest.

Sit and vote? I've got better things to do with my time, like troll message boards.

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