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fieryprophet

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Cam Haters

10 January 2015 - 11:39 PM

If you start after this game with your inane bullshit I will find you and smack the smug out of you. Did he play perfect? No. Does anyone? Hell no. But give him all the f#cking wide open throws Wilson had this game and we would have blasted the Hawks.

This offseason needs to finally fix the fact that this offense demands perfection just to f#cking compete.

I'm talking to Dex, CharlottePanther, and the rest of the incomparably retarded asshats who couldn't diagnose a play if John Madden himself drew it on your eyelids.

Cam Haters

10 January 2015 - 11:39 PM

If you start after this game with your inane bullshit I will find you and smack the smug out of you. Did he play perfect? No. Does anyone? Hell no. But give him all the f#cking wide open throws Wilson had this game and we would have blasted the Hawks.

This offseason needs to finally fix the fact that this offense demands perfection just to f#cking compete.

Someone Finally "Gets" Cam Newton

04 January 2015 - 12:20 PM

http://www.sportsone...wild-card-round

 


What Rivera says there is so key -- for Newton, it's all about being relaxed and having a good time.

So many just don't get that about him. They see him do his Superman celebration when he scores a touchdown and point down the field when the team gets a first down and they think he's showcasing arrogance. But really, he's just playing around. Newton is a big kid -- not in an entitled, Johnny Manziel way, but in a joyful, all-for-the-love-of-the-game way. He works hard and keeps his drama to a minimum -- note how controversy-free his reign at Carolina has been so far -- but he is at his best when he remembers that this game is supposed to be fun. That's when he's able to lead, to improvise, and to do everything that makes him such a special quarterback.

 

Can someone please inform the rest of the media?


They Gambled. They Lost. It's That Simple.

11 November 2014 - 09:11 AM

Everyone wants to find effigies to burn and jobs to be lost and players to be cut and rabble, rabble, rabble.

 

It boils down to one very simple reality: the front office (assign blame between coaches and GM as you wish) lacked the fiscal resources to address all areas of need and decided that the offensive line could hold up if necessary. It was a fatal gamble and they lost. There aren't any real schematic answers that fit with the offensive roster we currently have: we lack the offensive line to establish the running game and play action schemes our core philosophy is built around and other, less line-intensive schemes such as a dink-and-dunk WCO are entirely unsuited to the receiving corps we have.

 

So keep in mind between all of your hell-raising that before amputating every limb off the patient one should wonder if their broken ankle might be the cause that keeps them from walking.


Pete Prisco Sings Cam's Praises

17 October 2014 - 01:01 PM

All these Cam accolades make me feel weird. . .

 

http://www.cbssports...-to-an-elite-qb
 


When I sat down to talk with Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton last summer, I noticed a real change in him, a maturing man who seemed light years away from the Newton of his first two seasons.

Then again, as some of the recent NFL happenings have reminded us -- like Adrian Peterson -- the small glimpse into the players' football lives only gives us a chance to make snap decisions about who we think they are as people. But when I left the interview with Newton that day, I thought he came off as a more reflective quarterback, one more willing to take on the responsibilities of playing the marquee position in sports.

The notion that he was a player who didn't care, a quarterback who could only succeed in some gimmicked-up offense to take advantage of his legs, with a look-at-me attitude of a player who would never lead a team the right way seemed something he wanted to disprove -- and would disprove.

Fourteen months later, I think we're seeing just that, which is why we are watching a different Newton play quarterback. His numbers aren't outrageously gaudy, but Newton is playing one of heck of a brand of quarterback for the Panthers right now.


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