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#2470289 Fua Has Been Moved To O-line!

Posted by fieryprophet on 06 November 2013 - 01:49 PM

OK, it's time for obvious statements: all that's going on is that we're down a number of linemen and Fua was asked to stand in during drills so our new starters don't have to take more snaps than they're conditioned for. Fua isn't seeing the field as an OL, this isn't some conspiracy, it's basically "hey, fat man, stand here and help us finish our drills."




#2470167 Fua Has Been Moved To O-line!

Posted by fieryprophet on 06 November 2013 - 12:54 PM

John Matsko is the Honey Badger of offensive line coaches.




#2469222 Panthers Are First Purple Heart Team

Posted by fieryprophet on 05 November 2013 - 06:01 PM

http://www.panthers....1c-39b2a6544411

 

 As a longtime Panthers fan and long-ago recipient of the prestigious Purple Heart, Mike Stubbs is overwhelmed by the way the Panthers have reached out to military in the region.

"They just do an incredible job," Stubbs said. "They make sure the veterans are seen and respected."

Tuesday, Stubbs and four fellow Purple Heart veterans bestowed a humbling honor upon the Panthers, designating the organization as the first to be recognized as an NFL Purple Heart team.

"I attend a lot of the games, and I see what you do. It's amazing what you give," Stubbs said as he presented the Panthers with a Special Recognition Award from the Military Order of the Purple Heart. "We think it's time somebody gave something back to the Panthers."

The Panthers will present an official proclamation honoring the Military Order of the Purple Heart as a part of the NFL's annual "Salute to Service" program when the New England Patriots visit on Nov. 18.

But the relationship between the Panthers and the military isn't a once-a-year thing. The "Row of Honor" in the Bank of America Stadium stands is a part of every home game and always includes a Purple Heart recipient, and team personnel make multiple trips throughout the year to military bases in North and South Carolina.

"We have several military installations here, and a lot of retirees here are military," said head coach Ron Rivera, who grew up in a military family. "We have such a good relationship with the military."




#2468262 Dumb Niners Fan on reddit puts all his money on niners parlay bet with bengals

Posted by fieryprophet on 05 November 2013 - 09:34 AM

If there is justice in the universe this man will be one sad 49ers fan come Sunday night.




#2468035 Star Lotulelei at Panthers Radio Show

Posted by fieryprophet on 05 November 2013 - 12:26 AM

The opening chat with Rivera is hilarious, because when Ron talks about going for it on 4th the crowd breaks into applause.




#2467892 Mike Tolbert and D Will have a bond bigger then you can imagine.

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 10:38 PM

Holy poo I totally read your hashtag wrong! I was about to blast it, then I see that there is no L between the b and the a.

Wow that gave me some grey hairs. Lol

Carry on.

 

Ahahahahahahaaahahahahah!

 

But seriously, we need to keep our RB group, they're going to destroy teams.




#2466822 what 49er fans are saying

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 03:07 PM

Nothing would make me happier than to come out Candlestick looking like a superior version of everything 49ers fans think their team is.




#2466810 Chandler could start at RG

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 03:03 PM

This definitely isn't good news, but Chandler's been surprising the hell out of me ever since he moved to the offensive line.

 

And here's a tidbit that hasn't gotten out there, but Nate's move was predicated by him filling in at OT in a pinch in the offseason, which caught the eyes of the offensive line coaches, who then proceeded to talk Ron into letting them have him because they loved his athleticism. He then went on to put together a stellar preseason PFF grade in pass-blocking (and a very poor one in run-blocking) and did a fine job yesterday again in pass blocking (and mediocre in run blocking.)

 

Now, Scott's run blocking grade has also been abysmal, but if Nate can keep on doing well with his pass protection we may be able to get by just like we've been doing.




#2466716 So, according to PFF Kuechly is struggling

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 02:20 PM

Gonzo burnt the poo out of him in on that TD. Not that it wouldnt happen to many others, but still, he had a very good day against imo and that should impact Luke.

 

Said it elsewhere: that wasn't Luke's fault. Mikell was supposed to be bracketing Gonzo high, but he went off the grid.

 

Now, in the run game, Luke has been having issues getting off blocks. One of Jackson's big runs that got Atlanta off the goal line came from Luke getting manhandled. It's something he still has to work on.




#2466465 Grantland <3s Cam and the Panthers

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 12:19 PM

It's a different piece, folks. Great stuff, they sum it up succinctly:

 

However you feel about Newton and the Panthers and where they're going, we're a long way off from reporters asking about his body language.

The most important Cam Newton Life Lesson? Show up, show out, and the bullshit takes care of itself. Cammy Cam juice for everyone.




#2466354 We Made The Falcons Mascot Want to Kill Himself

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 11:23 AM

http://www.usatoday....-tweet/3431633/




#2466222 So... Panthers control their own destiny.... right?

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 10:31 AM

I'm just waiting for the patented Rob Ryan late season defensive collapse, so we can wave at New Orleans while they fly past us on the way down.




#2466105 Was this the loudest BofA Stadium has been all season?

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 09:39 AM

They were having a party after that Florence pick-six and it lasted the rest of the game. It was awesome to hear. I would have came to the game if I wasn't dealing with a flu.




#2466096 This Panthers team has the most swagger of any I can remember. Why don't...

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 09:36 AM

I've never been the showy type of fan anyways. But I'm fully confident if we can get our hides in the playoffs we can come out on top. Once you're in, all bets are off, we can beat anyone.

 

Just got to get there.




#2465810 Along the Sidelines - Falcons Edition

Posted by fieryprophet on 04 November 2013 - 12:53 AM

Luke isn't the best. He's close but he just isn't there yet. The Tony TD showed that.

 

 

Great photo's, you take nice action shots.

 

He passed Tony off to the safety (Mikell) who was not where he was supposed to be. Not Luke's fault.


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