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#1707675 Pete Caroll: "watch Out For Cam Newton & Panthers!"

Posted by fieryprophet on 28 March 2012 - 04:29 PM

Sounds like one NFC rival coach is very impressed:

http://www.charlotte...ut-for-cam.html

“Look out for those guys. Holy mackerel,” Carroll said at the NFC coaches breakfast. “If he can just stay out there, they're going to be a fantastic team.”


:cam:

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#1704714 [Video] Trent Dilfer's Speech To Hood Hargett Club About Cam

Posted by fieryprophet on 26 March 2012 - 03:24 PM



It's about 15 minutes, and he starts talking specifically about Cam at the 6 minute mark, but it's a fantastic talk:

Dilfer talks about Cam's ability to transform into an elite QB at an extreme rate, his leadership skills and his road to greatness. He also mentions Cam's incredible work ethic and that he is one of the very few truly special players in the game, and Trent believes Cam will revolutionize the game.

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#1704526 Cam Still Crushing Madden Vote

Posted by fieryprophet on 26 March 2012 - 01:35 PM

http://espn.go.com/e...dden-cover-vote

And while Cam Newton is still crushing the field and getting the most votes of any other player in the tournament, there is a new number two in total votes, and that's Calvin Johnson. Megatron is straight-up laying the smackdown on Dwayne Bowe, and could end up going all the way if his huge swell of support continues.


We may just have to accept that his swag is too great to be contained, and that we'll all have to preorder Madden '13.


#1704334 Cam Newton - On Learning Carolina's Offense

Posted by fieryprophet on 26 March 2012 - 11:03 AM

The main takeaway I get from this is that Cam is extremely hard on himself, and takes failure in any form as a personal affront, but is grateful for the opportunity regardless. The fact that he can openly talk about how difficult he found training camp and the coaches' workload, yet can still thank them and hold them in high regard says a lot about his character and work ethic. He doesn't blame the coaches for making him look bad by allowing him to attempt things he wasn't prepared to do, and understands it was a necessary part of his enormous NFL learning curve. That is an incredibly good sign: the abilty to be enormously self-motivated and yet retain a willingness to learn.


#1695067 Are We Still Excited About Facing Fox?

Posted by fieryprophet on 19 March 2012 - 06:12 PM

We'll play anyone, anywhere, any damn time, and we can win. This isn't Pop Warner, it's the motherlovin' NFL, where all teams are vulnerable and the only losers are trolls named TheRealDeal.


#1690283 Hurney is given too much credit

Posted by fieryprophet on 15 March 2012 - 11:04 PM

Yea and I think the past 4 or so years stupid poo outweighs great things

Fox left... why he still here I dont understand at all. Somebody obviously dont want to take on that role of replacing him


Richardson wants Hurney here, and thinks the world of Hurney. It would take some serious screw up for Hurney to be out (how do you think he survived last season?)

After the Big Cat fired his kids, he put Danny Morrison and Hurney in charge. If you have a problem with our GM you have take it up with J Rich.


#1687359 Panthers interested in Safety Steve Gregory

Posted by fieryprophet on 14 March 2012 - 12:29 PM

RIVERA is plain STUPID with all his stupid chargers players.
if you going to do it do it like how rex ryan brought in bart scott or etc.
who the hell is this gregory guy. at least look at jim leonard or reggie nelson.
we are turning into the freakin carolina charger. damn you rivera. damn you legudu nanneee


God, sometimes I wish I could keep the team and trade the fanbase. . .


#1685036 Will Leave The Hurneywagon If We Don't Make An Effort To Improve The Team Thi...

Posted by fieryprophet on 13 March 2012 - 01:26 PM

I've said this a million times, and I'll say it again:

Hurney is a coaches GM. Outside of Fox's lame duck year, almost every draft he works with what the coach wants to do, and targets the players the coach feels will help the team.

Don't look at Hurney, look at Rivera. If we pick out free agents from other teams they will be because Ron likes what they could bring to the team. Hurney is not going to pull the trigger on players by himself. So, while I think our philosophy is still going to be "build through the draft" we will probably utilize more outside players than before because Rivera doesn't seem to be as fixated on "in-house" talent as Fox always seemed to be (although he does seem to be fixated on former Chargers ;) )

We'll be fine.


#1676846 Minter says Players were rewarded for Game changing plays..

Posted by fieryprophet on 07 March 2012 - 01:55 AM

All teams run "reward" systems. ALL TEAMS (I wouldn't be surprised if we ran one last season. . .although it wouldn't have paid very much :P)

The difference is 1.) it's almost always player-led (no outside contributions), 2.) completely informal (no coach "manages" the pot), 3.) rewards legal momentum-shifting plays (INTs, fumble recoveries, etc.) and 4.) DOESN'T HAVE A PAPER TRAIL.

The Saints screwed up on all of these by running a coach-managed bounty system that rewarded illegal behavior using outside funding and documented their participation. The mere fact that got busted for this is incompetence on an unprecedented level, especially considering they were given a long-standing warning from the league to cut it out.

The scenarios are really not similar in any way.


#1675983 Cam spends 100,000 At KOD

Posted by fieryprophet on 06 March 2012 - 03:46 PM

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#1674768 Brees Refuses to Sign Franchise Tender, "Livid" With Saints Org

Posted by fieryprophet on 05 March 2012 - 09:15 PM

IT GETS EVEN BETTER!

Former Saint Kyle Turley wants the NFL to investigate and possibly SUSPEND Drew Brees depending on his knowledge of the bounty program, and for the NFL Players Union to demote him since they have been arguing for years for improved player safety and Brees is an executive within the players organization.

http://www.nfl.com/n..._headline_stack


#1674677 Brees Refuses to Sign Franchise Tender, "Livid" With Saints Org

Posted by fieryprophet on 05 March 2012 - 08:34 PM

http://www.cbssports...475988/35104485

"Brees is 'livid' about being … tagged and not receiving a long-term contract, according to WIST-AM in New Orleans. The radio station cites sources in the Brees camp that he will not sign the franchise tag deal.


:D

BONUS EDIT: FORMER SAINTS PLAYER WANTS NFL TO SUSPEND BREES

Former Saint Kyle Turley wants the NFL to investigate and possibly SUSPEND Drew Brees depending on his knowledge of the bounty program, and for the NFL Players Union to demote him since they have been arguing for years for improved player safety and Brees is an executive within the players organization.

http://www.nfl.com/n..._headline_stack


#1664367 Cam, Luck and RG3's 40 yard Dashes Compared

Posted by fieryprophet on 26 February 2012 - 03:34 PM

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They're all pretty damn fast. And RG3's form is sooo much better, his track pedigree shows.

EDIT: Rich Eisen added, w/ 10 yard head start. Still gets pasted.
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#1659238 New Under Armour Ad Featuring Cam

Posted by fieryprophet on 21 February 2012 - 11:42 AM

http://espn.go.com/e...ommercial-shoot

Rata-tat-tat-tat-tat-tat. Psssssssssssshhhhhhhh! CAM!

And, right on cue, the camera shows Newton as he cuts, spins and leaps into the end zone.

Afterward he stands, tall and proud, and, as the music stops, Newton screams to the heavens as he rips open his Superman pose.

Then he looks straight into the camera, through it really (the kid's got chops after all), and with emotion and rage pent up for more than a year the QB half smiles and half growls -- WHAT?!!? -- questioning us, challenging us, daring us to say something about him now.

What are you looking at? Newton seems to be asking.

What are we looking at?

The next great pitchman in sports, that's what.


:cam:


#1642257 Katy Perry Wants It

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 February 2012 - 08:32 PM

Didn't she want The Golden Calf of Bristol a few weeks ago?


Her parents wanted The Golden Calf of Bristol, but she preferred someone who could kiss a girl and like it.




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